Replace Missing Teeth – Broken Arrow, OK

Everyone Needs a Complete Smile

Each tooth plays a role in distributing the forces of your bite, helping you speak clearly, and creating a dazzling smile. Even one missing tooth can lead to any number of dental problems, so don’t let any gap in your mouth stay empty for too long. Call Berkshire Dental Group of Broken Arrow today to schedule an examination; we’ll consider the number of teeth missing as well as your oral health before we recommend a personalized solution to repalce missing teeth with our Broken Arrow, OK dentist that will have you grinning proudly again.

Why Choose
Berkshire Dental Group of Broken Arrow
for Tooth Replacement?

  • In-House Implant Placement with Surgical Guide
  • Nitrous and IV Sedation for Nervous Patients
  • Team That Has Been Helping Patients for Decades

Dental Bridges

Dental bridge used to replace missing teeth

A dental bridge is made of one or more replacement teeth held between two dental crowns. The restoration will be anchored to the teeth on either side of the empty space in your smile. Once the bridge is in place, you can use it to speak and eat comfortably. It will stay firmly in place, so you never have to worry about your restoration shifting and letting people see the space left by your missing teeth. Note that some enamel will have to be removed before a bridge can be placed.


Full set of dentures

When multiple nonconsecutive teeth are missing, dentures are an affordable way to replace them all simultaneously. A denture is made of an acrylic gum-colored base as well as custom-shaded false teeth. If you still have some teeth in an arch, a partial denture can be used to fill in the gaps. In cases where the entire row is gone, we can give you a full denture instead. Since traditional dentures are removable, it’s recommended that you take them out at night to give your gums a rest.

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Dental Implants

Animated smile during dental implant supported dental crown

With dental implants, we can replace your teeth from the roots up. The titanium post in your jaw will keep your new teeth in place and provide stimulation to the surrounding bone tissue. This prevents bone loss and ensures that entire jaw remains as strong and healthy as possible. We are proud to have the training and technology to be able to place dental implants in-house; we use CBCT scans to plan our surgeries carefully for the best possible results.

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