Replace Missing Teeth Corinth

Replacing Missing Teeth with Reliable, Customized Prosthetics

Throughout her career, Dr. Mackie has replaced thousands of missing teeth, helping restore her patients’ confidence and oral function. These cases are some of her favorites because she enjoys the collaborative and personalized process, and as an artist, she strives to make sure that every detail of her prosthetics is perfect. Whether you’ve lost one, several, or all of your teeth, visit our dental office or call to learn how we can replace your missing teeth in Corinth and you can feel proud to show off your smile.

Why Choose Loretto Family Dentistry for Replacing Missing Teeth?

  • Dentist with an Artist’s Eye for Detail
  • We Accept Dental Insurance
  • Compassionate & Experienced Team

Dental Bridges

Illustrated dental bridge replacing a missing tooth

Dental bridges are designed to replace multiple missing teeth in a row. They’re comprised of two major parts: the free-standing replacement teeth, called pontics, and the anchors, which are dental crowns. The crowns are fused to either side of between one and four pontics, and once they’re cemented to the existing teeth, the bridge will be firmly secured within the mouth. With good care, dental bridges can last for up to 15 years or more, and they can restore both the function and appearance of your smile.


Full dentures on table next to two dental mirrors

We offer two types of dentures: full and partial. Full dentures are designed to secure atop the gumline, using natural suction to remain firmly anchored in place, while partial dentures have a metal or resin  base that’s designed to fit like a puzzle piece, replacing missing teeth throughout an arch. Both are designed using high-grade materials, like gum-colored acrylic, porcelain, and ceramic.

Dental Implants

Illustrated x ray of person with dental implant replacing a missing tooth

Dental implants can provide an unwavering foundation for crowns, dentures, and bridges to restore the entire structure of missing teeth. They’re small titanium posts that are surgically placed below the gumline and into the jawbone to replace the roots of teeth. Due to their biocompatible nature, they’re able to fuse with the bone and keep it from eroding with time. Once this process occurs, Dr. Mackie can secure a dental bridge, crown, or denture to the implants to restore any number of missing teeth within your smile.

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