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Replace Missing Teeth – Bellevue, Wa

Rebuild Your Smile with Our Dental Experts

If you’ve lost a permanent tooth, you’re far from being alone. About 120 million Americans are missing at least one tooth, and nearly 36 million have no natural teeth left at all. But just because this condition is common, it doesn’t mean that you don’t need to do something about your tooth loss. Our team offers solutions that do much more than fill in the visual gaps in your smile—they restore your smile’s function and your confidence. Do you need to replace missing teeth in Bellevue, WA? Reach out to our team and schedule a consultation today, and we’ll work together on a plan that can meet your needs.

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Why Choose Ideal Smiles Dental Care to Replace Missing Teeth?

Customized Treatment Plan for Each Patient

Early & Saturday Appointments Available

Highly Trained and

Experienced Dentists

What Happens if
I Do Nothing

Perhaps you’ve lost a tooth that isn’t as easily visible; in this case, it can be tempting to simply go without a replacement. However, even just one missing tooth can severely impact your oral and overall health—not just your appearance. Not only does one less tooth make it more difficult to eat a healthy diet, but it also allows your other teeth to shift, affecting your bite and increasing the likelihood of more tooth loss in the future.

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What Happens if I Do Nothing

Dental Implants

By far, the most effective and long-lasting way to restore your smile after tooth loss is with dental implants. Instead of holding onto the other teeth for stability, dental implants mimic real tooth structure by bonding directly with the jaw bone. This means that these prosthetic teeth both look and feel just like natural teeth, enabling you to enjoy the foods you love and feel completely confident as you speak, laugh, eat, and smile.

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Dental Implants

Dental Bridges

For one missing tooth, or up to three in a row, a bridge is a popular replacement choice. A prosthetic tooth is sandwiched between two hollow dental crowns, which are attached on top of the teeth that surround the gap. As a result, the remaining teeth are kept in proper alignment and the replacements have a strong bond, which can last for up to about 10 years. This natural-looking option allows you to let your smile shine without worrying about your teeth coming out.

Dental Bridges
Dentures & Partial Dentures

Dentures & Partial Dentures

Although the concept of dentures hasn’t changed in centuries, the quality of materials certainly has. Today, our dentists create a custom smile by using a gum-colored acrylic base attached to prosthetic teeth. This dental restoration can be utilized to replace just a few lost teeth throughout the arch by clasping onto a few remaining teeth (a partial denture) or all teeth by relying on suction (a full denture).

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