Replace Missing Teeth Windham

Helping You to See a Full Smile

Woman at restaurant table smiling after replacing missing teeth in Windham

No one sets out to lose their natural teeth. Unfortunately, instances occur that can lead to one or more of these permanent pearly whites falling out. Whether the result of an accident, infection, or extraction, the ultimate goal remains the same – to fill in the gaps and help you see a full smile again. With dental bridges, dentures, and dental implants available, our team at Roosevelt Dental is here to craft full sets of replacement teeth that are functional and look natural. Call us if you are interested in learning more about the solutions we offer for replacing missing teeth in Windham.

Why Choose Roosevelt Dental for Replacing Missing Teeth?

  • We Are In-Network with Various PPO Dental Plans
  • Advanced Dental Technology for Enhanced Imaging
  • Personalized Attention Provided by Our Trusted Team

Dental Bridges

Illustrated dental bridge replacing a missing tooth

Capable of lasting a decade or more, dental bridges continue to revitalize incomplete smiles. Used for decades to fill, enhance, and recreate beautiful teeth, these prosthetics combine two dental crowns with free-standing artificial teeth known as pontics. Filling in the gap left behind by one or more consecutive missing teeth, a dental bridge allows for improved use and a more confident appearance.


Full dentures on table next to two dental mirrors

Full and partial dentures can be the solution for multiple or all missing teeth. Their natural materials allow for a more aesthetically pleasing visual, while their placement helps to improve eating and speaking. However, many dentists now encourage patients to choose implant dentures, as they fit permanently into the jawbone for longer-lasting results.

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Dental Implants

Illustrated dental crown being fitted onto a dental implant

If traditional methods of tooth replacement are not what you envision, our Roosevelt Dental team can equip you with dental implants. Versatile in their ability to treat all types of tooth loss, these prosthetics fit into the jawbone and fuse with the surrounding tissues to create a solid foundation. On top of the implants rests a crown, bridge, or denture that is secured into place depending on how many teeth you need to have replaced.

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