Dental Bridges

Bridging the Gap: A Look At The Dental Bridge Process

To kick off the dental bridge treatment, we will have a one-on-one consultation to decide if this is the best solution for you and/or if you need another potential extraction to make room or a dental implant to support the dental bridge.

When you arrive for the dental bridge procedure, you will undergo a local anesthetic to improve comfort throughout the process.
The supporting adjacent teeth (also known as abutments) are shaped to make additional room for the crowns that will be placed over each anchoring tooth.
An impression of the area is made and sent to the dental lab to ensure a custom and secure fit.
A temporary bridge is placed to protect the area while the custom dental bridge is created.
Upon arrival of your 2nd visit, your permanent bridge is placed and adjusted; if everything fits comfortably, the bridge is cemented into place.
Our team will follow up to ensure the comfort and full function of your brand new dental bridge.

The Importance of Replacing a Missing Tooth

  • Improve the aesthetic appeal of your mouth & boost confidence
  • Restore the ability to comfortably chew
  • Restore the ability to properly speak
  • Mitigate shifting & misalignment caused by a missing tooth
  • Prevent erosion of the bone that surrounds the impacted area

Have additional questions about dental bridges? Ready to bridge the gap of a missing tooth and restore your smile?

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