Replace Missing Teeth – Owasso, OK

Answers for an Incomplete Smile

Having a full set of teeth is more important than you may realize. Even a single missing tooth could end up making eating and other daily tasks harder, and it can be difficult to feel confident about your appearance when there’s an all-too-obvious gap in your smile. Luckily, a complete grin is still within your grasp thanks to the tooth replacement options offered by Dr. Lim. Are you suffering from the effects of missing teeth? Call us today to schedule an appointment to replace your missing teeth at our Owasso dental office.

Why Choose Life Smiles of Owasso for Replacing Missing Teeth?

  • Dental Implants Placed In-Office
  • Dentist with Advanced Dental Implant Training
  • Team That Cares About Your Comfort

Dental Bridges

Illustrated dental bridge replacing a missing tooth

One of the most common ways to fill a single gap left by one or more missing teeth is with a dental bridge. A bridge is actually a combination of a number of artificial teeth called pontics as well as a pair of crowns. The pontics are what will actually serve as your new teeth; meanwhile, the crowns will be attached to two of your remaining natural teeth in order to keep the bridge in place. Our dental bridges are made out of high-quality materials that offer durability as well as a natural-looking appearance.


Full dentures resting on table with two dental mirrors

You may be a candidate for dentures if you need to have multiple teeth replaced at the same time. A full denture, which stays on the gums thanks to natural suction, can be used if an entire arch of teeth is missing. Meanwhile, gaps between healthy natural teeth can be filled with a partial denture, which will need to be attached to your smile with the help of metal clasps. Traditional full and partial dentures are made to be removable, so you can take them out of your mouth before you go to bed.

Dental Implants

Illustrated dental implant replacing a missing tooth

Dental implants are able to replace the roots of the teeth – in other words, the part that is usually hidden by the gums. Having artificial roots gives your dental implants all kinds of advantages, such as making them more stable than traditional dentures that might shift at awkward moments. If you have experienced tooth loss, dental implants could be an excellent way to rebuild your smile; feel free to reach out to us to schedule your initial dental implant consultation.

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