Replace Missing Teeth – Farmington Hills, MI

How We Help Patients with Tooth Loss

Whether you’ve lost a single tooth in an accident or had to have multiple teeth extracted due to an advanced oral health issue, you should look for a way to rebuild your smile as quickly as possible. There’s more than one way to replace missing teeth in Farmington Hills, and our team at Radiant Dental is here to narrow down the option that’s right for you. Is your smile currently incomplete? Get in touch with us right away to see how we can help.

Why Choose Radiant Dental for Replacing Missing Teeth?

  • Entire Dental Implant Process Performed In-Office
  • Durable, Lifelike Replacement Teeth
  • Warm, Inviting Dental Environment

Dental Bridges

Illustrated dental bridge replacing a missing tooth

The form of tooth replacement that we recommend often depends on the number of teeth missing. If you have either lost one tooth or a minimum of two consecutive teeth, you could be eligible for a dental bridge. The crowns at either end of the bridge will keep it anchored to your remaining healthy teeth; the prosthetic teeth suspended between the crowns will help complete your smile again. Once your dental bridge is in place, you should see an improvement in your ability to eat and speak.


Full dentures on table next to two dental mirrors

Is there more than one gap in your smile to fill? Has an entire row of teeth been lost or compromised? In these situations, you might benefit from getting a denture. Partial dentures can be personalized to replace teeth in specific parts of the mouth while a full denture can be used to replace an entire arch. A traditional denture can be taken out of your mouth at any time, so don’t forget to remove it before going to bed so that your mouth has a chance to rest.

Dental Implants

Dentist holding a model of a dental implant and crown in the lower jaw

Traditional bridges and dentures cannot replace the roots of your missing teeth – but dental implants can. This unique form of tooth replacement forms a lasting bond with your jaw, allowing you to enjoy strong, stable new teeth that look, feel, and function very similarly to your natural ones. Could you be a candidate for dental implants? In order to answer that question, you will need to schedule an appointment with our knowledgeable dental team. 

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