RESTORATIVE DENTAL BRIDGES

RESTORATIVE DENTAL BRIDGES

DO YOU HAVE GAPS IN YOUR SMILE? EXPERIENCE THE TRANSFORMATION OF DENTAL BRIDGES.

Bridges are used to replace missing teeth and are attached to the surrounding teeth using a dental crown on each side of the gap and a false tooth, called a pontic, in between. They enhance appearance and chewing abilities and prevent other teeth from shifting and moving. Since they are attached permanently to the surrounding teeth, they are not removable like partial dentures. They can look and feel like natural teeth.  New materials allow bridges to be placed with no grey line at the gums.  You can floss under and around them. They can be completed in as little as two office visits and last for many years.

Dental bridges offer several benefits including:

  • Restoring your smile, increasing your confidence
  • Prevent existing teeth from moving or shifting out of alignment
  • Prevent existing teeth from further damage and decay
  • Allow you to speak and eat properly and without pain or discomfort
  • Maintain the correct shape of your jaw and face

 

What Type of Bridge is Best?
When you visit our office, Dr. Shrestha will begin by determining the type of bridge that is best for you. The traditional bridge  is made of either porcelain fused to metal or ceramics and attaches to the adjoining teeth with a crown. New zirconium sub-structures allow for metal-free, beautiful restorations.  For longer span bridges implants can also be used as anchors for the bridge.  All bridgework is custom, which lets us work with you to find just the right type of restoration.

Caring for Your Dental Bridge
By following good oral hygiene and proper care, your new bridge should last for many years. While bridges require a bit more care than natural teeth in order to prevent decay,  the expert team at Crossroads Dental Group will educate you on precisely how to care for and clean your bridge.

Dental bridges offer several benefits including:

  • Restoring your confident smile
  • Prevent existing teeth from moving or shifting out of alignment
  • Prevent existing teeth from further damage and decay
  • Allow you to speak and eat properly and without pain or discomfort
  • Maintain the correct shape of your jaw and face
  • Help avoid other issues caused by missing teeth

When you visit our office, Dr. Shrestha will begin by determining the type of bridge that is best for you. The traditional bridge is  made of either porcelain fused to metal or ceramics and attaches to the adjoining teeth with a crown or implant and a pontic in between.  Dr. Shrestha uses the most up to date materials.  The days of seeing a grey, ugly margin are over. With new zirconium sub-structures no one else need ever know you have a bridge. At Crossroads Dental Group all restorative bridges are cosmetic!

Caring for Your Dental Bridge
By following proper oral hygiene and attention, your new bridge should last for many years. While bridges require a bit more care than natural teeth in order to prevent decay, the expert team at Crossroads Dental Group will educate you on properly how to care for and clean your bridge.

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