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Dental Bridge


3D rendering of a dental bridge being placed over a missing tooth gap that is flanked by two shaved down teethA dental bridge is an appliance used by your dentist to replace your missing tooth permanently. This bridge is normally attached to the side of any gap. Typically, these bridges are made of metal or porcelain, zirconia, or mixtures of the elements. They are placed in position and act as a perfect alternative for dentures. These appliances are perfect for you if you have a gap due to missing teeth. A dental bridge restores your smile, ability to chew, speech and pronunciation, and maintains the shape of your face. For more information about dental bridges, visit Bridge City Smiles Family Dental.

Types of Dental Bridges


There are various types of bridges.

Traditional Dental Bridges


The traditional dental bridge is a fixed type of dental restoration used to substitute your missing teeth. It is composed of a fixed prosthesis and is remarked for its advantages of being more stable than a removable bridge and less expensive than a full denture. Traditional bridges are made from metal, porcelain, or composite resin.

Cantilever Bridge


A cantilever bridge is a dental bridge that supports teeth within the inner side of the arch. A cantilever bridge is generally used when there are small gaps between two adjacent teeth that cannot be corrected with conventional bridges. Also, you may have a gap between two teeth, or perhaps even a gap in the middle of a tooth. In some cases, a cantilever bridge can be used to replace missing teeth. If you have missing teeth and want to replace them with dental bridges, you should consult your dentist about this option.

Maryland Dental Bridge


A Maryland bridge is a partial denture connecting two or more teeth directly to your gums. It has the same structure as a traditional bridge but does not extend into the space between two teeth. The entire structure can be made from porcelain or metal (usually stainless steel) and is held together with screws and anchors. This bridge will allow you to keep your smile intact if you have lost teeth due to decay or injury.

Implant Supported Dental Bridge


The implant supported dental bridge is a replacement for your missing teeth that is supported by a single metal post placed on your jawbone. This procedure can be done using a local or general anesthetic and doesn't require incisions. This bridge replaces the missing teeth with artificial ones resembling natural teeth. The advantage of this type of dental bridge over other types is that it does not require invasive procedures like surgery and allows minimal discomfort for you throughout the healing process.

Advantages of Using Dental Bridges


Dental bridges are a reliable and affordable way to replace missing teeth and restore the appearance of your smile. Using these appliances has multiple benefits such as durability, comfort, quick procedures, natural appearance, aesthetic value to your smile, a foundation for crowns, and preventing tooth loss.

Dental bridges can offer the best solution if you have a missing tooth or two. To learn more about dental bridges, visit Bridge City Smiles Family Dental. Contact us at (971) 978-0266 today.

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