Replace Missing Teeth Fulshear

A Chance for a Complete, Healthy Smile

Living with an incomplete smile can be challenging, no matter if you’re a young professional or someone who is enjoying retirement. Although it might seem as if your self-confidence is the only thing that takes a hit, your overall health and well-being can also be negatively impacted. This is why Villagio Family & Cosmetic Dental offers tooth replacement solutions that are safe, effective, and capable of giving you a chance for a complete, healthy smile again. Call us to find out which solution is right for you to replace your missing teeth in Fulshear.

Why Choose Villagio Family & Cosmetic Dental for Replacing Missing Teeth?

  • Honest Evaluation of All Tooth Replacement Options
  • Three Convenient Payment Options for Insured & Uninsured Patients
  • Innovative Technologies for More Accurate Results

Dental Bridges

Creating a dental bridge to replace missing teeth in Fulshear

When two dental crowns and free-standing replacement teeth form to create what is known as a dental bridge, we can fill in the gaps in your smile so that you feel more confident in your appearance and oral health. Using healthy abutment teeth on either side of the gap, the restoration can securely attach, making it possible to eat, speak, and smile without worrying whether you’ll be embarrassed by your pearly whites.


Two hands holding dentures for upper and lower arch

Gum-colored acrylic bases and natural-looking replacement teeth help to form both full and partial dentures. The only difference between the two is that a partial consists of metal clasps or clips that attach to teeth, while full dentures use natural suction and denture adhesive. No matter which option you need, you can expect your smile and confidence to drastically improve upon placement.

Dental Implants

Gloved hands holding a dental implant model

For a more permanent tooth replacement option, we offer in-house dental implant placement and restoration. This process involves placing the titanium implant posts in the jawbone so that they fuse with the surrounding tissues. As a result, dental implants offer maximum stability for a customized crown, bridge, or denture and can last 30+ years or even a lifetime with proper care and maintenance.

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