Replace Missing Teeth – Muskogee, OK

Restoring Incomplete Smiles with Effective Solutions

At My Dentist Muskogee, we never want you to feel as if an incomplete smile is what you are destined to live with for the rest of your life. Instead, we provide solutions that can restore your appearance and give you the boost of confidence you need. With dental bridges, dentures, and dental implants, Dr. Mehta and our team can give you back your ability to eat, speak, and smile with ease. Simply call us to schedule a consultation, and we’ll work to get your smile back on track and looking its best.

Why Choose My Dentist Muskogee for Replacing Missing Teeth?

  • In-House Dental Implant Placement & Restoration
  • High-Quality Materials Used
  • Dentist with More Than 10 Years of Experience

Dental Bridges

Missing consecutive teeth along the top or bottom row may seem problematic, but it can be remedied using a dental bridge. Made from high-quality materials, it includes two dental crowns that fit snugly over two of your healthy adjacent teeth as well as customized pontics (artificial teeth) that rest on top of the gums to complete your smile and fill in the gap. Once it is anchored into place, you’ll be able to enjoy eating, speaking, and smiling once again.


Whether you’re missing multiple teeth or an entire arch, full and partial dentures can be the ideal option. Use for centuries to restore smiles, these prosthetics are made with an acrylic base and gum-colored materials that mimic your natural soft tissues. Artificial teeth then rest on top of the base, filling in the empty areas of your smile. While partials are held into place using metal clasps that attach to natural teeth, full dentures rely on your natural suction and denture adhesive to remain in place.

Dental Implants

Considered to be the gold standard for tooth replacement, our zirconia dental implants are capable of restoring the root-to-crown structure – a component no other prosthetic can accomplish. Instead of focusing solely on the crown, implant posts mimic the natural tooth root, keeping the jawbone stimulated and the facial features in place. Their longevity and stability make them popular among those suffering from tooth loss, with more than five million people in the United States alone already enjoying their many benefits.

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