Replacing Missing Teeth – Upper Arlington, OH

Enjoy Life with a Complete Smile Again

Your smile is designed to function at its best when you have a full set of teeth for eating, speaking, and other everyday tasks. Even one missing tooth can throw off the delicate balance in your mouth and lead to a variety of health issues. Fortunately, missing teeth don’t have to stay missing! Dr. Glamm can fill in the space with one of several lifelike options for replacing missing teeth in our Upper Arlington, OH dental office. Get in touch with Glamm Dentistry today if you have any gaps in your grin that need to be filled as soon as possible.


Why Choose Glamm Dentistry for Replacing Missing Teeth?

  • Partnered with Local Implant Experts
  • Custom-Made Bridges, Dentures, and Partials
  • Dental Team That Treats You Like Family


Dental Bridges

Model smile with dental bridge restoration

Replacing one tooth or a few consecutive teeth is as simple as “bridging” the gap. We can combine dental crowns with an appropriate number of false teeth to create a restoration called a dental bridge, which can be anchored to your natural teeth to fill in the space in your smile. We can make bridges out of the same material as single dental crowns, which means that your new teeth will look very natural once they’re in place.

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Dentures & Partials

Four types of dentures and partials

For those patients with more extensive tooth loss, partial and full dentures are often the best solution. Partial dentures are crafted from a series of replacement teeth set into a gum-colored base that snaps into position between existing teeth like a puzzle piece. A full denture is an arch of prosthetic teeth set into a more extensive gum-colored base that is crafted to stay in place through suction between the denture and natural gum and bone tissue.


Dental Implants

Model smile with dental implant supported fixed bridge

We work with local specialists so that our patients can enjoy the benefits of the most comprehensive form of tooth replacement: dental implants. An oral surgeon will place durable implant posts in your jaw; once we’ve placed a crown or another type of dental restoration on this post, you’ll be able to enjoy new teeth that look, feel, and function like your natural teeth. We can help you determine whether you’re a candidate for dental implants during your initial consultation for missing teeth.

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