Replace Missing Teeth – Fair Oaks, CA

Going Above & Beyond to Complete Your Smile

About 178 million American adults are missing at least one tooth, and around 40 million of them have no natural teeth left. If you’re part of that statistic, you might think your days of having a youthful, attractive, and complete grin are behind you. Our RnR Dentistry team is here to tell you that’s not the case at all! Dr. Ramona Rivera offers numerous options to give you back your smile by replacing missing teeth at our Fair Oaks dental office. Contact us today to set up your consultation for tooth replacement.


Why Choose RnR Dentistry for Replacing Missing Teeth?

  • Dental Sedation & Other Relaxing Amenities Offered
  • Start-to-Finish Dental Implant Care in One Location
  • Mess-Free Digital Dental Impression System


Dental Bridges

One of the most common and straightforward tooth replacements currently available is dental bridges. This solution is ideal if you’re missing a single tooth or several in a row. A bridge consists of multiple attached dental crowns, and the ones on either end are fitted over the natural teeth on either side of the gap. Once placed, a dental bridge can help you eat, talk, and smile with confidence for many years to come.


Dentures & Partials

A tried-and-true tooth loss solution, our advanced technology allows us to provide dentures that look, fit, and function better than ever before. Whether you need a full denture to bring back an entire row of lost teeth or a partial denture to fill a few gaps here and there, we’ll customize your prosthetic to ensure it’s as comfortable and reliable as possible.


Dental Implants

If you’re looking for a tooth replacement that will stand the test of time, then dental implants are the answer. Rather than sitting on your gums or remaining teeth, these artificial tooth roots are embedded in your jawbone, where they can support any number of replacement teeth. Their unique structure enables dental implants to feel remarkably natural, make chewing effortless, and last for 30+ years.

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