Replace Missing Teeth –  West Hartford, CT, Avon, CT

Filling the Space to Create an Attractive Smile

Dentist showing a patient dentures for replacing missing teeth

Tooth loss is a devastating problem that millions of people face in the United States. At Blue Back Dental, our team of dentists and specialists strive to offer reliable solutions that are designed to fill spaces and create functional smiles. We do this with the help of dental bridges, dentures, and dental implants. Our in-house periodontist is here to deliver exceptional care and service so that you can enjoy a better quality of life. If you’re tired of living with an incomplete smile, call us to schedule an initial consultation to replace missing teeth in West Hartford and Avon.

Why Choose Blue Back Dental for Replacing Missing Teeth?

  • In-House Periodontal Specialist
  • Trusted by West Hartford & Avon for 20+ Years
  • Dental Insurance Welcome

Dental Implants

Dental crown being placed on model of mouth with dental implant

Made of titanium, dental implants are a superior method of tooth replacement because of how they restore the full root-to-crown structure. When a tooth is missing, a titanium post is placed into the jaw that fuses with the surrounding bone to create a solid foundation for your new tooth. A metal abutment and customized restoration go on top to create a restoration that looks, functions, and lasts just like the real thing. 

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Set of full dentures resting next to two dental mirrors

Whether you’re missing multiple, nonconsecutive teeth in a row or an entire arch, we can provide you with full or partial dentures. Made using a gum-colored, acrylic base that blends with your soft oral tissues, the artificial teeth provide a more confident appearance and comfortable life. Partials rely on metal clasps or clips to hold them in place, while full dentures require natural suction and adhesives to help with stability.

Dental Bridges

Illustrated dental bridge being fitted to replace a missing tooth

Dental bridges have been around for decades helping individuals who are missing multiple consecutive teeth. Created using two dental crowns and artificial teeth (pontics), these restorations fill in the gap while looking completely natural. Placed over healthy nearby teeth that serve as anchors, the remaining pontics rest on top of the gums to restore someone’s ability to chew while preventing the remaining teeth from shifting.