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Replace Missing Teeth – Winfield, KS

Rebuild and Enjoy
Your Smile

Millions of Americans are missing teeth already, and only more are losing them every day. In fact, it’s estimated that about 120 million Americans are missing at least one tooth. If you’re one of them, there’s reasons for you to be optimistic. Not only does Dr. Parsons offer multiple options to help you replace teeth, but he provides services that are truly on the cutting-edge. No matter how you decide to replace missing teeth with our Winfield, KS dentist, you’ll be doing your smile and your long-term oral health a favor.

Why Choose David C. Parsons DDS for Tooth Replacement?

  • Long-Lasting Dental Restorations Made from Ceramics
  • Dental Implant Placement Available In-House
  • Modern Dental Technology for Better Planning

Dental Bridges

Model smile with dental bridge restoration

If a gap exists within your smile, a dental bridge can effectively replace it to ensure neighboring teeth no longer shift out of place. Bridges consist of two crowns that have been fused together and rest on top of existing teeth to remain stable. This means teeth are minimally modified to hold the bridge, similar to how a single tooth holds a crown. With regular at-home oral care and checkups, dental bridges can last as long as 10 years.


Hand holding out a full set of dentures

Considered to be one of the most affordable options for addressing severe tooth loss, dentures are an ideal solution if you are missing teeth on opposite sides of your mouth or throughout an entire arch. They come in either partial, full, or implant varieties and are customized to be removable or fixed. The type of denture you choose will depend on the number of teeth you are missing, your personal preference, and your budget.

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Dental Implants

Dentist and patient looking at denal implant tooth replacement model

If you want a tooth replacement that both looks and feels like natural teeth as well as lasts longer than any other option, dental implants are the most ideal treatment for your needs. They make use of a titanium post that is surgically placed into the jaw and given time to heal. While they are more expensive, many patients note they are worth it for the longevity and reliability they provide, averaging about 30 years of use and longer.

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