Replace Missing Teeth – Stephenville, TX • Eastland, TX

Rebuild Your Smile, Restore Your Confidence

Close up of a mouth with a missing lower tooth

The American College of Prosthodontics estimates that more than 120 million Americans are missing at least one tooth, and nearly 36 million are without any natural teeth. Missing one, multiple, or an entire arch no longer has to be the reality, however, thanks to our team at Texas Dental Excellence. Using a dental bridge, dentures, and dental implants to rebuild smiles, we can restore your confidence and help you embrace a better quality of life. Call us today to schedule a consultation for replacing missing teeth in Stephenville and Eastland.


Why Choose Texas Dental Excellence for Replacing Missing Teeth?

  • Dentists Are Members of the American Academy of Implant Dentistry
  • Experts in the Field of Creating Natural-Looking Smiles
  • Traditional Porcelain Bridges & Partial Dentures Made Using Over 25+ Years of Expertise


Dental Bridges

Illustrated dental bridge replacing a missing tooth

Consisting of two dental crowns fused to one or more pontics (artificial teeth), a dental bridge is a time-tested approach to replacing missing teeth. Used by professionals for decades, this reliable solution offers aesthetic benefits as well as greater functionality. By altering healthy abutment teeth and using them as anchors, patients can enjoy a stable prosthetic that fills in the gaps in their smiles.


Four partial dentures against white background

Whether a person is missing some or all their teeth, traditional full and partial dentures can be used to rebuild their smile. Crafted using acrylic and the highest quality materials for artificial teeth, dentures make it possible for individuals to resume daily functions such as eating, speaking, and smiling with greater ease. Not to mention, today's dentures look more natural now than ever before.


Dental Implants

Dentist holding a model of a dental implant

Dental implants are considered the “gold standard” for tooth replacement, overshadowing other options because of their ability to restore the entire root-to-crown structure. This unique benefit is not attainable by dentures or dental bridges, and these permanent prosthetics can last 30 years or more with proper care. Surgically placed into the jawbone, patients no longer need to worry about stability.


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