Replace Missing Teeth Yukon

You Deserve a Complete Smile

Older woman in white sweater smiling after replacing missing teeth in Yukon

Dealing with one or more missing teeth can be a devastating reality. Although more than 120 million people in the United States are living with at least one missing tooth, you likely never imagined that you might be one of them. At First Impressions Dentistry of Yukon, Drs. Cole, Yeary, and Weaver can change all of that! With dental bridges, dentures, and dental implants, we can fill in the gaps and give you the complete smile you deserve. Call our office to schedule a consultation to find out which option for replacing missing teeth in Yukon is right for you.


Why Choose First Impressions Dentistry of Yukon for Replacing Missing Teeth?

  • In-House Dental Implant Placement & Restoration
  • CT/Cone Beam Scanner for Accurate Treatment Planning
  • Custom Solutions Based on Your Unique Goals


Dental Bridges

Illustrated dental bridge being placed to replace a missing tooth

As essential connectors that are designed to fill in the gaps of your smile, dental bridges are customized prosthetics that help to replace one or more missing teeth. Composed of two or more crowns and pontics (artificial teeth) they are designed to match the color and shape of your teeth so that they blend in and remain undetected by others. Anchored to your natural smile through healthy abutment teeth, your bridge allows you to chew, speak, and enjoy a younger-looking facial structure.

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Dentist holding a set of full dentures

As a versatile tooth replacement solution, full and partial dentures are proven effective and have saved smiles for centuries. As a removable appliance, a partial is crafted using gum-colored acrylic for a base as well as carefully constructed artificial teeth that rest on top. The metal framework woven throughout the base ensures that it attaches to healthy teeth and remains in place. With full dentures, the same gum-colored acrylic and beautifully crafted artificial teeth are used to replace entire rows using natural suction and denture adhesives.

Dental Implants

Illustrated dental implant being placed into the lower jaw

If you desire a more permanent option for tooth replacement, you’ll want to learn more about dental implants. As a premier method of treatment, these titanium prosthetics are embedded into the jawbone before a metal abutment (connector) is attached on top. A customized restoration is then built (i.e., crown, bridge, or denture) and secured on top to create a complete, longer-lasting smile that delivers improved bone density and oral function. Dental implants also generate greater self-confidence and quality of life.

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