Replacing Missing Teeth – Falmouth
Enjoy A Complete, Confident Smile Again
The loss of one or more natural teeth can send negative shockwaves through a person’s life, especially if you’ve worked hard to cultivate a polished, professional image. You may struggle to enjoy your favorite foods, speak clearly during meetings, or even smile for photographs without feeling extremely self-conscious. In today’s modern dental landscape, Dr. McVety wants you to know that there are modern, seamlessly attractive solutions available for rebuilding your best smile. Contact our Falmouth, ME dental office today to start exploring them in greater detail!
Why Choose Casco Bay Smiles for Replacing Missing Teeth?
- State-Of-The-Art Dental Implants Available
- Comprehensive, Customized Treatment Plans
- Advanced Comfort Amenities & Spa-Like Environment
Dental bridges provide a sturdy and functional solution, particularly when multiple consecutive teeth along a single arch need replacement. Traditionally, this custom prosthetic is sturdily anchored within the gap through the use of dental crowns, which are attached to healthy adjacent teeth. However, these teeth have to be filed down to accommodate the new restorations, which isn’t ideal for continuing oral health. A more conservative and longer-lasting alternative is an implant-retained dental bridge, which relies on the support of two dental implants instead.
Dentures & Partials
Full and partial dentures have been around for hundreds of years, and they’ve come a long way from the bulky prosthetics you surely remember from old-time cartoons. Today’s fully custom models are highly efficient and affordable, and Dr. McVety will ensure that the final fit is sturdy, comfortable, and functional. If you're seeking a greater degree of permanence, we can also pair your new denture with state-of-the-art dental implants for optimal longevity.
At Casco Bay Smiles, our team highly recommends dental implants as the premier solution for tooth loss in today’s modern oral healthcare landscape. Implants succeed where more traditional services fall short because they completely replicate every part of the tooth’s structure, including the root. By establishing this new foundation, the patient’s oral health is well-preserved, and their eventual “tooth” is practically indistinguishable from the one that came before.