Request Request an Appointment Forms Forms Like Us Like us on Facebook Reviews Read Our Reviews Call Give us a Call Map View our Map
¡Se Habla Español! Saturday Hours Available Insurance/Medicaid Dental Emergencies

Replacing Missing Teeth – Temple, TX

Keep Your
Smile Whole

For many people, the biggest reason to replace a tooth is aesthetics. However, filling the empty space in your smile is actually crucial for your health; doing so will ensure that your remaining teeth will stay properly aligned, and you’ll retain your ability to bite and chew a wide variety of nutritious foods. Our friendly experts at Temple Choice Dental can outline your various options for replacing missing teeth in Temple, TX, so call us today to get started.

Why Choose Temple Choice Dental for Replacing Missing Teeth?

Dental Bridges

Model smile with dental bridge to replace missing teeth

If you’re looking to fill a gap that was left by one to three teeth in a row, you can consider getting a dental bridge. This restoration is made up of an appropriate number of prosthetic teeth with a pair of crowns at either end. The crowns will be fitted over the teeth on either side of the gap so that the rest of the prosthetic fills in the empty space. Most bridges are permanently fixed in place and can last around 10 to 15 years on average.

Learn More About Dental Bridges


Hand holding full set of dentures

Thanks to dentures, it’s possible to replace many teeth at once with a single restoration. Full dentures sit directly on the gums and replace the entire upper or lower arch. Partial dentures, in contrast, are held in place with special metal clasps and are personalized to fit among the remaining teeth like a puzzle piece. Both kinds of dentures are typically removable, but they can be attached to implants for a more secure and natural-feeling fit.

Learn More About Dentures

Dental Implants

Animated dental implant supported dental crown

For decades, dental implants have been considered the gold standard among dentists when it comes to replacing teeth. A dental implant allows us to bring back the root hidden below the gum line in addition to the crown that’s normally visible. Your new teeth will be very stable, and they’ll feel much like your original teeth. Plus, unlike other restorations, dental implants can easily last for 30 years or longer with only minimal maintenance.

Learn More About Dental Implants

More to Explore

I Need a Checkup & Cleaning I Need a Dentist for My Child I am Worried About Bleeding Gums I Have a Cavity or Broken Tooth I am Unhappy with My Smile Iam Scared of the Dentist I Have a Dental Emergency I Need My Wisdom Teeth Removed I Have Head/Neck/Jaw Pain View Our Services