Replace Missing Teeth – Wesley Chapel, FL

Our Solutions for Tooth Loss

Woman in dark green jacket smiling after replacing missing teeth in Wesley Chapel

Your permanent teeth are intended to stay in your mouth for a lifetime. Unfortunately, there’s always the chance of poor oral hygiene or a sudden accident leaving you with space in your smile. Dr. Ali knows how important a complete smile is for maintaining your overall oral health and as such will recommend replacing any missing teeth in Wesley Chapel with a bridge, denture, or dental implant as soon as possible. Get in touch with our Wesley Chapel practice today to see which tooth replacement option might be right for you.

Why Choose Kaizen Family Dentistry for Replacing Missing Teeth?

  • High-Quality, Long-Lasting Restorations
  • Dentist That Enjoys Connecting with Patients
  • Saturday Appointments Available

Dental Bridges

Illustrated dental bridge replacing a missing tooth

A dental bridge might be a good choice for restoring your smile if you’ve either lost a single tooth or more than one tooth in a row. We can create a bridge by combining two dental crowns with one or more free-standing prosthetic teeth called pontics. The crowns are used to secure the restoration to two of your natural teeth; the pontics are what ultimately fill in the gap. Your bridge will be carefully personalized so that it resembles your natural teeth as closely as possible.


Gloved hand holding a full upper denture

Dentures are often the tooth-replacement option of choice when several or all of the teeth in a single arch are missing. The gum-colored base of the denture supports several custom-shaded, natural-looking false teeth. Partial dentures that fill in multiple gaps in your smile can be secured in place with a clasp; full dentures that replace an entire row of teeth rely on natural suction to stay on the gums. Unlike traditional bridges, dentures are removable and should be taken out of your mouth when it’s time to clean them.

Dental Implants

Illustrated dental implant replacing a missing tooth

Depending on your oral health and the state of your jawbone, you may be eligible for dental implants, which are often seen as the gold standard for replacing missing teeth. The implant posts are surgically placed in your jaw, which lets them act as new tooth roots in order to prevent bone loss. It also helps them look and feel more like natural teeth. Are dental implants a good fit for you? We can answer that question if you schedule a consultation at our office.

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