Missing Teeth Fort Worth

We Make Incomplete Smiles Whole Again

At Nobles Dental, our team understands just how much missing teeth in Fort Worth can affect your life by making basic daily tasks, like eating and speaking, much more difficult. We strive to restore our patients’ quality of life through providing high-quality dentistry to fill the gaps in your smile and improve its function and appearance. Our custom-crafted bridges, dentures, and dental implants allow patients to not only enjoy a much-needed confidence boost, but also reclaim their lives. Call our office today to schedule a consultation and learn more about your treatment options to replace missing teeth.

Why Choose Nobles Dental for Replacing Missing Teeth?

  • High-Quality Dental Materials Utilized
  • A Dentist with Over a Decade of Experience
  • We Accept Most PPO Dental Insurances

Dental Bridges

Dental bridges are comprised of dental crowns that anchor the prosthetic in place and free-standing replacement teeth, called pontics. They’re designed to replace anywhere from one to four consecutive missing teeth by securing the crowns to the two existing teeth at either side of the gap in your arch. Once in place, the pontics will continue to fill the gap and prevent your surrounding teeth from shifting out of place to fill it down the road. With good maintenance, traditional bridges can last for up to 15 years.


Dentures have long been the go-to answer for patients missing several or all of their teeth throughout an arch. Their sturdy design and customized fit offer a comfortable and reliable prosthetic that can improve their day-to-day life. Depending on your individual tooth loss case, you may benefit from either a partial or full denture. Partials are designed to fit between your existing teeth, filling the gaps between them, and full dentures are crafted to utilize natural suction to fit securely atop the gumline.

Dental Implants

When prosthetics are combined with dental implants in Fort Worth, they are able to restore the entire structure of one, several, or entire rows of missing teeth. Due to their biocompatible nature, they can fuse with the jawbone through a process called osseointegration, offering the prosthetic an unwavering and strong support system to be attached to. The results are ones that feel completely natural and look lifelike, and their lifespan is an impressive 35 or more years with good care.

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