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Replace Missing Teeth – Fitchburg, MA

Improve Your
Quality of Life,
Restore Your Smile

Older couple laughing together after replacing missing teeth

According to the American College of Prosthodontists, an estimated 178 million people in the nation are missing at least one tooth. If you have a gap in your smile that’s bringing down your self-esteem and making it hard to complete basic tasks like properly chewing your food, know that you’re not alone and our team at Super Dental can help. We offer a variety of tooth replacement solutions that can restore any number of missing teeth in Fitchburg. If you would like to learn how we can help rejuvenate your smile, call us today to schedule a consultation to discuss options to repalce missing teeth in Fitchburg, MA!

Why Choose Super Dental for Tooth Replacement?

  • Experienced Restorative
    Dentist
  • Natural-Looking
    Dental Materials
  • Custom-Fitted Restorations
    That Last

Dental Bridges

Animated smile during dental bridge placement

If you’re missing one or more teeth in a row, you may be able to benefit from our customized dental bridges. These restorations are comprised of two dental crowns located on either end of free-standing replacement teeth called pontics. The crowns are secured to the two natural teeth located on each side of your smile. Once cemented, they will hold the replacement teeth in place, restoring the appearance of your complete grin.

Dentures

Full denture in glass of water

If you are missing several or all of your teeth, we also offer full and partial dentures. These are made using a gum-colored acrylic base that holds custom-crafted, natural-looking ceramic teeth in place. The primary difference between these two types of restorations is that full dentures utilize natural suction and denture adhesive to stay securely in place on the gums, while partials have a specially designed base that fits like a puzzle piece between your existing teeth. However, both of them provide you with the same effects of a functional and complete smile.

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