Replace Missing Teeth – Mississauga, ON

What to Do When Your Smile Is Incomplete

Senior man and woman smiling outdoors after replacing missing teeth in Mississauga

When you have lost permanent teeth, you’ll likely have to avoid some of the foods you used to love, and you may feel like you don’t want anyone else to see your incomplete smile. We understand the pitfalls of life with missing teeth and is ready to help you look for a solution. Simply give our Meadowvale dental office a call to learn more about how we can re-complete your grin by replacing missing teeth with dental bridges, dentures, or dental implants.

Why Choose Meadowvale Family Dentistry for Replacing Missing Teeth?

  • In-Office Dental Implant Placement Available
  • Replacement Teeth Made Out of Lifelike Materials
  • We Build Trusting Relationships with Our Patients

Dental Implants

Illustrated dental implant replacing a missing tooth

Dental implants have been around for many years and  they have been proven to be a highly reliable form of tooth replacement. If you are interested in getting dental implants as a solution for your incomplete smile, your first step should be to visit our office so that we can make sure that you’re a good candidate for the treatment.

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Dental Bridges

Illustrated dental bridge replacing a missing tooth

The traditional way to fill a single gap left by one or more missing teeth is to place a dental bridge. This type of prosthesis is made up of two crowns as well as artificial teeth known as pontics. (The number of pontics used depends on how many teeth are missing.) The crowns will be attached to two of your natural teeth in order to secure your bridge in place. Like individual crowns, bridges can be made from various materials, many of which can be custom-shaded to blend in with your smile.


Full and partial denture on table

Thanks to dentures, it’s possible to replace many missing teeth with a single dental prosthesis. However, keep in mind that there’s actually more than one kind of denture. A partial denture can be used when you still have some healthy teeth remaining in your upper or lower jaw; meanwhile, people who have lost an entire arch of teeth can benefit from full dentures. Both partial and full dentures are removable, and they tend to be easy to clean.

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