Replace Missing Teeth – Hillsboro, OR

Giving Your Incomplete Smile a Second Chance

Woman sitting on couch and smiling after replacing missing teeth in Hillsboro

According to the American College of Prosthodontists, 36 million Americans have no remaining natural teeth, and 120 million are missing at least one tooth. To provide a remedy for this problem, our dentists are pleased to offer effective solutions for replacing missing teeth in Hillsboro – dental bridges, dentures, and dental implants. Reach out to our team to find out which option can help you see a complete smile once again.

Why Choose The Dentists at Orenco Station to Replace Missing Teeth?

  • Partner with Local Implant Surgeons in Hillsboro
  • High-Quality Materials Used to Create Natural Appearances
  • Advanced Digital Impression System for Greater Accuracy

Dental Implants

Illustrated dental implant replacing a missing tooth

Reconstructive dental care would not be complete without dental implants. This method of treatment is viewed as the gold standard of tooth replacement because of its ability to replace not only the crown but also the root of a tooth. Offering continuous stimulation to the jawbone once the posts are in place, these prosthetics restore function, improve aesthetics, and offer patients like yourself the opportunity to enjoy life with teeth that can last 30 years or more.

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Dental Bridges

Illustrated dental bridge being fitted onto two natural teeth

When multiple consecutive missing teeth are a problem, a dental bridge can be created to fill in the gap and create a cohesive appearance. Using dental crowns that fit over abutment teeth, artificial replacement teeth (pontics) serve as the remaining part of the bridge that rests on top of the gums. After altering the anchoring teeth on either side of the gap, the restoration is put into place, allowing teeth to be used like normal and improving your appearance.

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Hand holding a full upper denture

Custom prosthetics such as full and partial dentures have been used for centuries to rebuild smiles. As materials and dental technology have changed, these teeth now look more natural and offer greater durability. Crafted with acrylic bases that mimic gum tissue and artificial teeth that help to fill in the gaps or complete arch, these prosthetics allow you to eat your favorite foods once again as well as embrace greater confidence.

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