When is a dental bridge recommended?

Has your dentist recommended dental bridges as a method to handle tooth loss? Dental bridges are prosthetics that replace the visible structure of teeth so that patients with tooth loss can enjoy the appearance of a complete smile and increased oral function. If your oral health provider has recommended a dental bridge, you likely have…
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FAQs about Dental Bridges

Dental bridges offer an affordable, aesthetically pleasing method for replacing a missing tooth or multiple missing teeth. When considering this treatment option, patients may have a number of concerns. Here are some of the most common questions asked by prospective patients. How are dental bridges constructed? Dental bridges replace a missing tooth with a pontic…
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How do I care for my dental bridge?

A dental bridge is designed to make a connection between teeth where tooth loss has occurred. A properly fitted dental bridge provides years of functionality, aesthetics, and with the proper care many years of enjoyment. If tooth loss occurred due to trauma, your dentist will recommend delaying bridge preparation until swelling has subsided and the…
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Dental Bridge vs. Dental Implant: A Comparison

Dental bridges and dental implants are two popular methods for restoring a smile affected by tooth loss. These prosthetic teeth fill in the gaps of a smile and increase one’s ability to eat comfortably and speak confidently. While dental bridges and implants achieve similar objectives, they are different in their construction. Following is some helpful…
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How A Dental Bridge Can Help Restore Your Smile

Dental bridges resolve the issue of lost teeth. Whether you are suffering with the loss of one or several teeth, our dentist has a solution that will fit your budget, timeline, and lifestyle needs. There are many reasons patients incur tooth loss: trauma from an accident, advancing dental decay, gum disease, or to replace teeth…
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Dental Bridges: A Great Tooth Replacement Solution

Even though teeth are meant to last a lifetime, oral health conditions can cause teeth to fail. Whether a facial injury has displaced teeth, or gum disease has caused tooth loss, there are options for restoring your appearance and oral function. It is important to replace missing teeth so that you can eat a balanced…
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When is a Dental Bridge Recommended?

Tooth loss is a problem that impacts your appearance, the foods we eat, and maybe even how we pronounce different sounds. One of the solutions used to treat tooth loss is with dental bridges. A standard dental bridge is comprised of two anchor teeth (abutment teeth) with one or a couple of teeth in between…
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Will it Be Difficult to Eat with a Dental Bridge?

Getting a dental bridge can be a big adjustment. When dealing with dental bridges, there are several lifestyle changes you will have to make until you grow accustomed to it. One of the biggest things you will have to adjust to is the way you eat—not just in the food you take in, but in…
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What Types of Dental Bridges are Available?

Dental bridges are a simple solution for tooth restoration. As the name suggests, a dental bridge spans a gap created by one or more missing teeth, and there are several types of dental bridges available to a dentist, depending on the treatment required to restore a patient’s smile. Dental bridges are made up of two…
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What is the Process for Attaching a Dental Bridge?

When faced with the issue of losing a tooth, a dental bridge is one of the most popular choices in correcting the loss. A bridge is fabricated to match surrounding teeth and used to close the gap from the loss of one more teeth. The teeth on either side of the space to be filled…
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