Replace Missing Teeth Louisville

Rebuilding Smiles Affected by Tooth Loss

Woman in white blouse smiling after replacing missing teeth in Louisville

Tooth loss is more common than you may think. The American Academy of Prosthodontics estimates that 178 million Americans are missing at least one permanent tooth, while 40 million are missing all of their teeth. If you find yourself a part of this statistic, you don’t have to just accept that your smile will never be whole again. Schedule a consultation with Dr. Garland to learn how our Hurstbourne Dental Care team can help by replacing missing teeth in Louisville.

Why Choose Hurstbourne Dental Care for Replacing Missing Teeth?

  • Long-Lasting, Natural-Feeling Dental Implants
  • Experienced & Compassionate Dentist
  • Welcoming & Homey Dental Office

Dental Bridges

Illustrated dental bridge replacing a missing tooth

Traditional dental bridges are used to replace one or more consecutive missing teeth. The restoration itself is comprised of two main parts: dental crowns that anchor the bridge to existing teeth and free-standing replacement teeth called pontics. Once the two existing teeth on either side of the gap in your smile are fitted with crowns, the pontics will be secured in place, and your smile will be complete.


Dentist holding set of full dentures

Missing several or all of your teeth can have a major impact on your daily life, making basic tasks like eating and speaking much more difficult. With full or partial traditional dentures that are custom-designed, your quality of life can drastically be improved. Dr. Garland utilizes high-quality materials like gum-colored acrylic and professionally shaded ceramic and resin to create strong, natural-looking replacement teeth here at our dental office near Houston Acres.

Dental Implants

Illustrated dental implant replacing a missing tooth

Crowns, bridges, and dentures can all be anchored to dental implants to enhance their stability, longevity, and lifelike look and feel. Dental implants are small titanium posts that are surgically placed below the gumline and into the jawbone to restore the root structure of missing teeth. Once they have fused with the bone, customized restorations can be attached to them to rebuild your smile and renew your oral health.

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