Missing Teeth Tampa

You Can Recover Your Full Smile

Even a single missing tooth can cause quite a few day-to-day problems, whether it’s with speaking, chewing, or just smiling. These only compound as more teeth are lost, and it also increases someone’s risk of overall health issues. But at Advanced Dental Associates, we can bring back any number of teeth and offer plenty of options to do so. No matter your situation, we’re more than ready to help, and you can get started by scheduling a consultation today.

Why Choose Advanced Dental Associates of Tampa Palms for Missing Teeth Replacement?

  • Led by 3 Experienced Dentists
  • Family-Owned Dental Practice
  • Dental Treatment As Unique as Your Smile

Dental Bridges

For those missing one tooth or a few in a row, a bridge can fill the gap relatively quickly. It doesn’t involve any surgery and minimal preparation compared to dentures and dental implants. Crowns are placed on either side of the space, and these are bonded to prosthetic teeth in between them, filling the dental arch. On top of helping with aesthetics, our bridges are also able to stand up to daily chewing and remain remarkably stable as the years go by.

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Dentures can help patients missing most of even all of their teeth fully restore their bite and confidence with a single, custom-made prosthetic. Lifelike prosthetic teeth are attached to a gum colored based that is held in place using small clasps or natural suction, improving someone’s appearance and daily function at the same time. They can even be paired with dental implants for more security.

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Dental Implants

Dental implants are the only option that replace both the root and crown of a tooth. A small titanium post is positioned within the jaw, and there it melds with the surrounding bone to become a solid foundation for a crown, bridge, or denture. Dental implants both look natural and have been shown to last for 30+ years, making them the premier way to solve tooth loss for good.

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