Replace Missing Teeth Stone Mountain

Another Chance for a Quality Smile

Are you one of the 170 million individuals in the United States living with at least one missing tooth? The challenges and low self-esteem that can occur as a result of tooth loss can cause many people to wonder if they’ll get their chance for a complete, functional smile ever again. The good news is that at Rausch Family Dentistry, we offer three tooth replacement options here in Stone Mountain to rebuild smiles and improve oral health – dental bridges, dentures, and dental implants. Call us to find out which one is right for you!

Why Choose Rausch Family Dentistry for Replacing Missing Teeth?

  • More Than 300 5-Star Reviews
  • Dental Team with 25+ Years of Experience
  • Judgment-Free Zone for Patients

Dental Bridges

Illustrated dental bridge replacing a missing tooth

If you have multiple missing teeth that are seated next to each other along the upper or lower arch of your mouth, there is hope with a dental bridge. Attaching to healthy adjacent teeth on both sides of the gap, the restoration fits perfectly over these teeth to anchor in place so that the remaining artificial teeth can rest on top of your gums. This creates a cohesive and seamless appearance that also allows for greater function over time.


Dentist holding a set of full dentures

With custom-made full and partial dentures, our team can replace several missing teeth along an arch or an entire row of teeth that are no longer present. Their acrylic bases and gum-colored material make them more natural in appearance than ever before, and the artificial teeth placed onto the bases create a complete, beautiful smile. The only difference between the two is that partial dentures have a metal framework and attach to healthy teeth, while full dentures use natural suction and denture adhesive to stay in place.

Dental Implants

Illustrated dental crown being placed onto a dental implant

A more permanent solution to tooth loss doesn’t just sit on top of the gums. Instead, it remains firmly within the jawbone, restoring the full root-to-crown structure. With dental implants, these titanium posts act just like tooth roots, delivering stimulation to keep the area from deteriorating over time. As a result, this allows for more youthful appearances, and it produces healthier smiles in the long run because of their longer-than-normal lifespan of 30+ years.

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