Replacing Missing Teeth – Cartersville, GA

Bringing Back Your Smile to the Fullest

Whether you’re missing one, several, or all of your natural teeth, tooth loss can take a huge bite out of your daily quality of life. Digging into your favorite foods and effortlessly smiling in front of others can feel frustratingly difficult. At Family Dentistry of Bartow County, Dr. Fadi Obeid offers multiple lifelike options for replacing missing teeth and bringing back your smile to the fullest. No matter how many gaps you have in your grin, our friendly team is prepared to give you a complete, healthy set of pearly whites that you can be proud of. Contact us today to book your appointment!

Why Choose Family Dentistry of Bartow County for Replacing Missing Teeth?

  • Privately Owned, Insurance-Friendly Dental Practice
  • Start-to-Finish Dental Implant Treatment Under One Roof
  • State-of-the-Art Dental Technology in a Relaxing Office


Dental Bridges

A dental bridge is made up of two crowns and one or more replacement teeth, called pontics, attached between them. Each of these crowns is fitted over the natural teeth adjacent to the empty space, allowing the pontics to literally “bridge” the gap. Not only do dental bridges help you eat your favorite foods again, but they prevent the rest of your teeth from drifting out of place – a common consequence of tooth loss.




For many people, dentures are the first thing that comes to mind when hearing the words “missing teeth.” While a classic full denture can replace a whole row of lost teeth, a partial denture is great for completing your smile when you still have a large number of natural teeth left. Full and partial dentures are both designed to be as lifelike as possible, and they’re also removable so that you can easily clean them.


Dental Implants

In today’s world, no tooth replacement is nearly as high-quality as dental implants. These small titanium rods serve as the “roots” for your prosthetic teeth, keeping them firmly in place and renewing your chewing strength. Better yet, the foundation that dental implants form with your jawbone allows them to last for decades, maybe even a lifetime!

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