Replace Missing Teeth – Claremore, OK

Helping You to See a Complete Smile Once Again

Denture next to two dental mirrors
Smiling senior woman holding her cheeks after replacing missing teeth in Claremore

More than 170 million people in the United States are suffering from tooth loss. No matter how many teeth are missing, the consequences can be problematic. Eating, speaking, and smiling can be inhibited. At Battle Family Dentistry of Claremore, however, we use safe and effective solutions to restore teeth to their full functionality. With dental bridges, dentures, and dental implants, we can finally help you to see a complete smile once again. Call us to inquire more about our options for replacing missing teeth in Claremore.

Why Choose Battle Family Dentistry of Claremore for Replacing Missing Teeth?

  • Beautiful Zirconia Dental Bridges for Natural Appearances
  • Serving the Community for 40+ Years
  • Dentist with Extensive Experience & Training

Dental Bridges

Animated dental bridge replacing a missing tooth

Our dental bridges are made using zirconia materials, the same that is used to create our dental crowns. Designed to fill in the space left behind by missing teeth, this unique restoration literally bridges the gap, creating a complete, whole smile once again.

Using healthy abutment teeth on either side of the gap, Dr. Battle will prepare them to serve as anchors so that the bridge will fit properly and comfortably over the tops. The remaining artificial teeth (pontics) will rest on top of your gums, giving the appearance of a complete smile. And because of the material used, it will blend right in, making it difficult to discern which teeth are real and which ones are not.


Hand holding a full upper denture

When an entire arch of missing teeth is a problem, we can turn to full dentures. When multiple, nonconsecutive teeth are missing, it is a partial denture that is recommended. Both are made using gum-colored acrylic for the base; they use artificial teeth that are set into place before being attached to your smile. Partials rely on metal clasps that attach to regular teeth, while full dentures remain in place with the help of suction and denture adhesives.

Dental Implants

Animated dental implant with dental crown replacing a missing tooth

As the only permanent dental prosthetics available, dental implants are considered superior when compared to traditional dentures or dental bridges. Not only are they capable of lasting a lifetime with optimal care, but they are the only solution that can restore a tooth’s entire root-to-crown structure. Fusing with surrounding bone tissues once surgically implanted into the jawbone, they create a firm foundation for your new smile, no matter how many teeth you need to have replaced.

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