Replace Missing Teeth – Longmont, CO
Rebuilding Smiles with
At Coats Dental Group Family & Cosmetic Dentistry of Longmont, not only do we offer basic preventive and restorative care, but we also offer high-quality specialized services like dental implants and beautiful, custom-crafted prosthetics. This allows our patients to get all of their dental needs met under one convenient roof. Whether you’re missing a single tooth or several teeth, we offer multiple tooth replacement solutions that we can tailor to fit your unique needs and restore your smile. To learn more, we invite you to schedule a consultation to discuss options to replace missing teeth in Longmont, CO today!
Why Choose Coats Dental Group Family & Cosmetic Dentistry of Longmont
for Tooth Replacement?
- Modern Dental Implant Tooth Replacement
- We Accept Dental Insurance
- Comprehensive Dentistry Under One Roof
Dental bridges can replace one or more missing teeth in a row. They’re comprised of two dental crowns that are fused to either end of one or more free-standing replacement teeth called pontics. The crowns are secured to your existing teeth and act to hold the prosthetic in place, literally bridging the gap in your smile. By filling the space in your arch, you’ll be preventing surrounding teeth from drifting out of place to fill the gap over time.
We offer full and partial dentures that are customized to look natural and restore your ability to complete basic daily tasks like eating and speaking. Both prosthetics are comprised of a gum-colored acrylic base that holds customized replacement teeth within your arch. The primary difference is that partial dentures are designed to fit like a puzzle piece between your existing teeth and full dentures restore an entire arch of teeth using natural suction when placed over the gums.
In addition to offering traditional restorations, we also provide a more modern, permanent solution to tooth loss, called dental implants. These secure restorations attach to small, titanium implant posts that are surgically placed below the gum line and into the jawbone. They’ll fuse with the bone through a natural process called osseointegration, providing your restoration with a strong and stable foundation that lasts for decades. To learn more, click on the link below.