Whether you are missing teeth because of an injury or accident, gum disease, tooth decay, or age, you’ve come to the right place. Your dentists in Baltimore, MD, Dr. Lazer, and Dr. Doroshenko provide comprehensive diagnostics and treatment for replacing one or more lost teeth.
Tooth loss creates a range of problems for patients from emotional and social concerns to sometimes serious medical conditions. Replacing missing teeth is not only important for aesthetic reasons but to prevent other teeth from shifting and to stop the progression of bone loss and gum disease.
Cosmetic & Advanced Dentistry is home to two of the area’s leading cosmetic and restorative dentists, Dr. Ed Lazer and Dr. Andrey Doroshenko. Together, our dentists offer a full range of treatment options for missing teeth including: dental bridges, dental implants, and dentures.
Missing Teeth Treatment Options in Baltimore
There are a variety of restorative dentistry options available for replacing missing teeth. Our dentists will perform a comprehensive evaluation to diagnose your specific condition and make recommendations for the best long-term results.
Dental implants are the most lifelike replacements for missing teeth. They are a permanent solution for tooth loss, with a success rate of more than 95%. Dental implants are virtually indistinguishable from your natural teeth. We offer all types of dental implants from a single tooth implants to implant secured dentures.
Our Baltimore dentist office is home to Dr. Roham Rafat, a specialist in Periodontics and Implantology. His expertise combined with Dr. Lazer’s background in cosmetic dentistry allow us to provide complete treatment for dental implants – from surgical placement to final restoration – right here in our comfortable office.
Dentures And Partial Dentures
Dentures and partial dentures are an effective solution for missing teeth. Used for centuries to replace missing teeth, today’s dentures look and feel more like natural teeth than ever before. We offer a variety of dentures in our Baltimore dentist office including “immediate dentures”, implant-supported dentures, and no-metal partial dentures.
Dental bridges can be used to replace one or more missing teeth. There are many types of dental bridges available. Our most popular option are implant-secured dental bridges, which are permanent and extremely long lasting.
We also perform tooth extractions in our Baltimore dentist office when considered necessary for your long-term dental health. Dr. Doroshenko, a specialist in Prosthodontics and Implantology, can skillfully and painlessly remove teeth and replace them using dental implants or other life-like restorations.
Missing Teeth FAQs
What happens if missing teeth are not replaced?
If missing teeth are not replaced, a patient’s bite is much more likely to shift and cause gaps. It can also cause crowding in areas. This not only changes the appearance of a patient’s bite, but also the functionality.
Does losing back teeth change your face?
The loss of back teeth can alter the shape of a patient’s bite, impacting the shape of their face. In most cases patients jawbones appear smaller or their bottom teeth push forward.
Do missing teeth cause wrinkles?
Missing teeth have been shown to cause jaw ascension and premature facial sagging. This can create overlap of skin, and wrinkles in a patient’s face. Missing teeth are known to make patients look older than they are.
Schedule a Dental Exam & Consultation
You should not have to suffer from the emotional or physical pain that comes with severely decayed, damaged, or missing teeth. Schedule a consultation with Dr. Doroshenko and our dentists in Baltimore, MD to learn more about replacing missing teeth and which options are best for you.
We offer many treatments for missing teeth in Baltimore, MD and all of Baltimore County. If you suffer from dental anxiety, our dentist office is designed to be a comfortable and relaxing environment.
Our dentist office is conveniently located just outside of Baltimore City. We welcome patients from Baltimore county and surrounding communities. Call us at 410.697.6290, or request a consultation online.