Replace Missing Teeth – Dublin, CA

Helping You to See a Complete Smile Once Again

Group of older adults smiling after replacing missing teeth in Dublin

As an adult, you never expect to lose a tooth. After all, these permanent teeth are designed to stay in place forever, right? In an ideal world, yes, you would never need to worry about tooth loss, but the truth is that it is an all-too-common reality for millions of people. Whether it is just one tooth or an entire row of teeth that are missing, our dentists at Waterford Dental Group are here to help you see a complete smile again with dental bridges, dentures, and dental implants. Call our office to schedule an appointment to find out which option for replacing missing teeth in Dublin is right for you.

Why Choose Waterford Dental Group for Replacing Missing Teeth?

  • Start-to-Finish Dental Implant Placement
  • Team That Will Maximize Your Dental Benefits
  • Sedation Dentistry Available for Anxious Patients

Dental Bridges

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The dental bridges of today are different than those created decades ago. With materials that look more natural, it is easy to move through life without anyone ever knowing that you’re wearing one. These tooth replacements rely on customized dental crowns that are anchored over healthy abutment teeth, while pontics (artificial teeth) make up the interior of the bridge and rest on top of the gums.


Hand holding a full upper denture

There are two types of traditional dentures – full and partial dentures. Made out of acrylic and designed to match the color of your gums, they restore smiles so that eating, speaking, and smiling are possible. While partials contain a metal framework and attach to healthy teeth for placement, full dentures only need to sit on top of the gums and rely on natural suction and denture adhesive. Another popular option that many patients turn to is implant dentures, which are permanently placed within the jawbone for optimal stability.

Dental Implants

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Apart from implant dentures, there is the option of receiving an implant crown or implant bridge to replace one or several missing teeth. Using titanium posts that look similar to small screws, dental implants mimic the function of tooth roots by delivering continuous stimulation to the jawbone. As a result, they properly support the customized restoration on top and allow for a longer-lasting smile that patients can enjoy for at least 30 years or more.

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