Replace Missing Teeth Greenbelt

Get Your Complete Smile Back

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Just a single missing tooth can lead to serious problems concerning both your oral health and appearance, and those issues only compound with each additional tooth lost. If you’re ready to restore balance and confidence to your bite, the McCarl Dental Group, PC team has plenty of excellent options for you to choose from to replace missing teeth in Greenbelt. Using the latest techniques and most lifelike materials available today, we can help even the most compromised smile look and feel like new again with dental bridges, dentures, and dental implants.

Why Choose McCarl Dental Group, PC for Replacing Missing Teeth?

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  • Calendar icon Decades of experience


Options for Replacing Missing Teeth


Lower denture in a model of the jaw

A full denture is a removable dental prosthetic that is placed when all teeth have been extracted and the gum tissue has fully healed. Dentures help patients reclaim their ability to chew effectively and speak properly. In addition, they aid in preserving the natural and youthful contours of the face. Full dentures are carefully crafted using only the latest in prosthetic materials to ensure a natural, lifelike appearance and a comfortable fit. Dentures are often made together with dental implants to ensure a "snap on" tight fit.

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Partial Dentures (RPD)

Upper partial denture

Removable partial dentures (RPD) are an option if a patient is missing teeth and is not a candidate for permanent tooth replacement. Partial dentures provide a cost-effective way to replace missing teeth and restore chewing function. These can also be combined with dental implants to improve the fit and chewing ability of the partial dentures.

Porcelain Dental Bridges

Porcelain dental bridge

A dental bridge may be recommended if a person is missing one or more teeth. Gaps left behind by missing teeth eventually cause the remaining teeth to rotate or shift into empty spaces. The imbalance caused by missing teeth can also lead to gum disease, temporomandibular joint (TMJ) dysfunction, and loss of additional teeth.

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Dental Implants

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When a tooth is lost due to injury, decay, or gum disease, the bone tissue in the jaw begins to deteriorate over time. This is because the jawbone requires stimulation from tooth roots to stay healthy. With dental implants, we can replace not only the visible portions of missing teeth but also their roots. Patients with dental implants can once again eat their favorite foods, speak with confidence, and share their smiles.

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