Replace Missing Teeth – Mississauga, ON

Restoring Functionality
for Greater Longevity

Tooth loss causes many pitfalls, including how you speak, what you eat, and how you engage with others. You might also suffer additional bone and tooth loss and an increased risk for overall health issues. Family Dental Care wants to help you achieve a fully restored smile by using custom-made tooth replacements. Living without teeth no longer has to be your reality. Contact us to learn how to take the next step toward a healthier smile.

Why Choose Family Dental Care for Tooth Replacement?

  • Qualified Dentist with Additional Training in Periodontics and Implantology
  • Modern Dental Technology for Precise Treatment Planning
  • Dental Insurance Plans Are Welcome

Dental Bridges

Dental patient admiring his smile in mirror

A dental bridge is a convenient way to replace one or more missing consecutive teeth in a row. Using fused dental crowns to create the prosthetic, we will alter the two healthy abutment teeth on either side of the gap so the bridge will comfortably fit into place. Offering greater stability, the bridge will remain durable and functional while also creating a pleasing aesthetic. With proper care, it can last a decade or longer.


Senior man receiving dentures

Whether you’re missing multiple teeth or an entire arch, full and partial dentures are reliable tooth replacement solutions. Partial dentures can be attached to your existing teeth using metal clasps, or a full denture can rest on top of your gums, relying on your natural suction to hold it in place. If you prefer, we can also use dental implants to secure your denture for a more stable smile.

Dental Implants

Woman in dental chair pointing to her smile

Considered the “gold standard” for tooth replacement, dental implants are unlike other solutions. Consisting of titanium posts that mimic the tooth’s root, they are surgically implanted into the jawbone. A custom-made restoration is then secured to the top of the implant to restore the tooth from root to crown. With a dentist who specializes in periodontics, we can perform the entire procedure in-house, so you can remain in one location for your dental implant placement.

Learn About Dental Implants