Sunday, June 12, 2022

What are Dental Bridges?

A dental bridge is a prosthetic that replaces numerous lost teeth in one area of the mouth, allowing you to speak, chew, and smile normally once more.  A dental bridge is a type of prosthetic tooth that is used to replace missing teeth permanently. The teeth on each side of the gap are joined to the bridge. Porcelain, metal, a combination of the two, or zirconia are the most common materials used for bridges. They are set in situ and can be used instead of dentures for some persons.

A dental bridge may be recommended to restore your smile whether you are missing a single tooth or numerous teeth in a row. A bridge is a permanent dental treatment that cannot be removed. Two dental crowns are used to hold the dental bridge in place. These crowns are specially created to match your smile and are placed on the teeth or dental implants close to the gap left by the lost tooth. These crowns secure the artificial tooth in place to restore your smile, preventing it from shifting or becoming loose. A dental bridge is usually completed in just two to 4 visits to the dentist. Dental bridges are made to endure a long time and restore your smile's function, appearance, and health.

A dental bridge may be recommended by your dentist to improve your smile by:

Regaining normal speech, eating, and chewing abilities
Excessive stress on the bite is alleviated.
Increasing the volume and form of your face
Getting rid of an unsightly removable partial denture
Keeping the remaining natural teeth from shifting out of place
Increasing the attractiveness of your smile
A bespoke dental bridge is the best option for restoring your smile following tooth loss.


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