Replace Missing Teeth – West Jordan, UT

Restoring Smiles, Rebuilding Confidence

Older man and woman embracing and smiling after replacing missing teeth in West Jordan

Bone resorption, tooth extraction, and facial trauma are just a few of the many reasons why individuals experience tooth loss. While it is never in a person’s plan to lose one or more teeth, it happens, and when it does, essential replacement options must be made available. At Frandsen Dental of West Jordan, we want to minimize the potential for worsening symptoms and further damage by providing dentures, dental bridges, and dental implants. For all effective forms of replacing missing teeth in West Jordan, you are invited to call our office to schedule a consultation to learn which one is right for you.

Why Choose Frandsen Dental of West Jordan for Replacing Missing Teeth?

  • CT/Cone Beam Scanner for Accurate Treatment Planning
  • Dentists & Team That Speaks Spanish
  • Flexible Financing & In-House Membership Plan

Dental Bridges

Illustrated dental bridge replacing a missing tooth

Fixed dental bridges are proven effective at filling in the gaps in patients' smiles. Relying on healthy abutment teeth as anchors to hold them in place, these customized restorations consist of two dental crowns and artificial teeth (pontics). Fitting over the prepped natural teeth and bonded into place, the bridge’s interior rests on top of the gums, creating a completed look that is functional, aesthetically beautiful, and can last up to a decade.


Full dentures on tray next to two dental mirrors

If multiple nonconsecutive teeth are missing or an entire row needs to be replaced, full or partial dentures can be the solution. Made with acrylic bases, artificial teeth are placed on top to recreate complete smiles. While partials include a metal framework that attaches to healthy teeth, full dentures only use natural suction and denture adhesive. Patients can also opt for dentures that are held in place with dental implants, as they are proven to be more durable and longer lasting.

Dental Implants

Illustrated dental implant with crown replacing a missing tooth

If greater stability is what a patient prefers, dental implants can be the ideal solution. Using titanium posts that mimic the function of tooth roots, they are placed within the jawbone and fuse over time through the process known as osseointegration. Their permanent fixture allows for optimal stability, durability, and longevity, with many implants lasting 30+ years. Dental implants are highly versatile and can treat all types of tooth loss.

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