Replace Missing Teeth – Euless, TX

Tooth Loss Doesn’t Have to Be a Permanent Reality

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Missing any number of teeth can have a devastating impact on your ability to eat and speak. No matter the reason for your incomplete smile, tooth loss doesn’t have to be a permanent reality. Instead, with the help of our trusted professionals at Pleasant Dental, we can rebuild your smile using a variety of solutions, such as dentures, dental implants, and dental bridges. If you’re interested in learning more about your tooth replacement options, call our dental office today to schedule a consultation.

Why Choose Pleasant Dental for Replacing Missing Teeth?

  • In-House Dental Implant Placement Available
  • Flexible Operating Hours for Added Convenience
  • Your Dental Insurance Is Welcome

Dental Bridges

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Dental bridges are viable options if you’ve lost between one and four consecutive teeth in a row. When receiving a bridge, your neighboring healthy teeth will serve as anchors to hold it in place. Consisting of two dental crowns that attach to abutment teeth as well as pontics that help to fill in the gap, a dental bridge can replicate the look of a fully restored smile while also making it easier to eat and speak without fear of embarrassment.


Dentist holding a set of full dentures

Extensive tooth loss may cause you to feel insecure about your appearance. With full and partial dentures, however, we can give you back a complete smile that works normally and looks natural. Made with gum-colored acrylic bases, partials contain a metal structure that attaches to healthy teeth and remains secured in place. Full dentures use dental adhesive and natural suction to avoid slippage. After a few weeks of wear, you can begin to feel more confident in your new smile.

Dental Implants

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Offering maximum security and durability, dental implants are viewed as a superior form of tooth replacement. Made of titanium or zirconia, they support custom restorations to help fill in the gaps in your smile. Dental implants are surgically placed within the jawbone and fuse with surrounding tissues to create a long-lasting base for your dental crown, bridge, or denture once put into place. And because of their placement, they can last 30 years or more.

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