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Replacing Missing Teeth – Texas City, TX

Close the Gap
for Good

Older man and woman laughing together after replacing missing teeth

It’s amazing how much of an impact even one missing tooth can have on your daily life. It can make speaking feel awkward, eating uncomfortable, and smiling a source of anxiety. Thankfully, Stephen C. Hale, DDS is ready to offer multiple replacement options that look great and can be trusted to stand the test of time. If you’re ready to have a complete smile again, contact us to learn more about your options for replacing missing teeth in Texas City, TX.

Why Choose Stephen C. Hale, DDS for Replacing Missing Teeth?

  • Start-To-Finish Dental Implant Care
  • Trusted by Texas City Families Since 1983
  • Extremely Precise Treatment Planning with CBCT Scanner

Dental Bridges

Model smile with dental bridge restoration

Dental bridges use the strength of the remaining teeth to replace one to three missing ones in a row. Crowns are placed over the teeth on either side of the space, and these provide support for additional dental crowns in the middle. Bridges not only restore the bite and smile, but they also prevent the rest of the teeth from shifting out of place.

Dentures

Full set of upper and lower dentures

The right denture can be life-changing for a patient missing several teeth. You can get a partial denture that will fit among your remaining teeth like a puzzle piece or a full denture that can bring back an entire row at once. Patients also have the choice of traditional removable dentures or implant-retained prosthetics.

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Dental Implants

Animated dental implant supported replacement tooth

Right now, dental implants are the only treatment that restores an entire tooth from root to crown. A small titanium post placed into the jawbone is used to support a crown, bridge, or denture. They are the closest thing to real teeth when it comes to aesthetics, strength, and durability. With minimal care, they can easily last for 30 years or more.

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