As people age, some will experience tooth loss from disease or injury. When a tooth is lost, it changes your jaw function, placing stress on the remaining teeth. What’s more, missing teeth can also change your facial appearance, resulting in a loss of confidence and embarrassment.
Here at Coliseum Dental our team works together to restore and renew your teeth, returning your smile to an attractive appearance and your bite to optimal function. We have a wide range of options to suit your personality and your needs.
Dentures and Partial Dentures
If most or all of your teeth are missing, we offer a great selection of custom fitted dentures. A denture is a removable appliance that replaces missing teeth and adjacent tissues. Made of resin and porcelain, complete dentures are used to replace all the teeth. When some healthy teeth remain, a partial denture can be used. A partial denture also keeps the remaining healthy teeth from shifting positions in the mouth.
Full and partial dentures improve chewing ability and speech, and support facial muscles. Our dentures are attractive and secure and allow you to speak, eat and smile with comfort and confidence.
A dental bridge is a custom-made false tooth or teeth permanently placed between two healthy teeth, filling in the area left by a missing tooth or teeth. The bridge is held in place by porcelain crowns placed on the healthy teeth on each side of the space to be filled.
If you are missing teeth and feel as if you are missing life because of it, we have a solution that can help you look and feel great – dental implants!
Versatile, strong and natural-looking, dental implants are permanent replacements for the tooth and root. Dental implants eliminate the need to remove healthy tooth structure and allow for a more permanent solution. Our patients can eat anything they want, smile all night long and simply find life rich, full and satisfying again.
A crown is a custom-made restoration that repairs and strengthens a tooth that has fractured, has a large cavity and has an old filling that has failed, or has had root canal therapy. Unlike an inlay or onlay, a crown completely covers the tooth.