Replacing Missing Teeth – Loveland, OH

Recreate Your Lost Smile

Woman covering her mouth

Are you missing at least one of your natural teeth? If so, you’re far from alone; about 178 million Americans are in the same boat. Luckily, it’s easy to recreate your lost smile when you visit Distinctive Smiles-Ejaz Lakhani DDS! Here, Dr. Ejaz Lakhani offers several kinds of custom-made, high-quality prosthetics to replace any number of missing teeth. To explore your options for replacing missing teeth, give us a call to schedule a consultation.

Why Choose Distinctive Smiles-Ejaz Lakhani DDS for Replacing Missing Teeth?

  • Start-to-Finish Dental Implant Care in One Location
  • Dental Insurance Accepted & Flexible Financing Offered
  • Digital Scanning Technology for Putty-Free Impressions

Dental Bridges

Animated smile during dental bridge placement

If you’d like to replace a single tooth or up to three in a row, then you may be a good fit for a dental bridge, which consists of several attached crowns. Each of the crowns at the end of the bridge is placed over the natural teeth adjacent to the gap in your arch, with the replacement teeth between them “bridging” the space. Like crowns, we prefer to craft our bridges from lifelike porcelain or zirconia rather than dark, obvious metals.


Hand holding a full denture

Is your day-to-day life becoming difficult because you’re missing several or all of your teeth? Then our personalized dentures might be just the solution you need. Compared to the prosthetics your parents or grandparents may have worn, today’s dentures are more realistic and comfortable than ever before. Whether you need a partial denture to fill the gaps between your remaining teeth or a full denture to bring back an entire arch, we’ll make sure you’re more than satisfied with your new smile.

Dental Implants

Dentist holding model of dental implant

Compared to other methods of tooth replacement, dental implants are in a class of their own. These small titanium rods are placed below the gumline, where they gradually merge with the surrounding jawbone tissue. Then, they can support any number of prosthetic teeth while looking, feeling, and functioning impeccably like the ones you were born with. Plus, they have the potential to last for 30+ years or even a lifetime.

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