Replace Missing Teeth – Saratoga Springs, NY

Get a Complete Smile Again

When you don’t have all of your natural teeth, it can be hard to find a reason to smile. Rest assured that our team will never judge you for the number of teeth you have. We offer several possible treatments for replacing missing teeth. We’ll always take the time to explain your options, so you fully understand your new smile. Give us a call today to get started reviewing options to replace missing teeth in Saratoga Springs, NY!

Woman with healthy smile after replacing missing teeth

Why Choose Springs Dental for Replacing Missing Teeth?

  • Putty-Free Digital Impression System
  • Entire Dental Implant Process Performed In-House
  • Dental Insurance-Friendly Dental Office


Dental Bridges

Dentist showing patient dental bridge options

If you’re missing one, two, or three teeth in a row, a dental bridge can complete your smile and prevent the remaining teeth from drifting out of alignment. The bridge is made up of three or more fused dental crowns, with the ones in the middle fitting into the empty space. Each of the crowns on the end is hollowed out and anchored onto your natural teeth adjacent to the gap, giving the bridge stability.


Hand holding full dentures

Dentures remain one of the most popular ways to replace several or all of a person’s missing teeth. Not only are they a relatively low-cost tooth replacement, but technological advancements have made them look and feel more natural than ever before. Full dentures contain a row of prosthetic teeth on a pink base that sits on the gums, while partial dentures consist of a personalized number of artificial teeth that seamlessly fill the empty spaces.

Dental Implants

Animated smile with dental implant supported dental crown

Are you looking for a more permanent answer to tooth loss? If so, we ask you to consider dental implants. Rather than just replacing the “top” part of a missing tooth, a dental implant recreates the hidden roots with a titanium post that we embed in the jawbone. In the end, this method gives you a replacement tooth that is stabler, longer-lasting, and more lifelike than bridges or dentures alone.

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