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Dental Bridges

If you have missing teeth, including front teeth, a dental bridge can help restore the look and function of your teeth.

Replace Multiple Teeth at Once!

If you’re dealing with moderate tooth loss, you might be wondering what your options are for replacing those lost pearly whites. Dental bridges are one of the go-to options for replacing multiple lost teeth and restoring the look and functionality of your smile! Keep reading to learn a little more about this awesome tooth-replacement solution or feel free to give us a call for additional information or to schedule a visit!

Why Choose Eguren Dentistry for Dental Bridges?

What is a Dental Bridge?

A dental bridge is a fixed device that is placed in your mouth to close the gap that was left from a missing tooth. It permanently anchors an artificial tooth (or teeth) to the adjacent, existing teeth. A dental bridge can be critical in preventing teeth from drifting into the missing space and causing problems with your bite. These solutions are natural-looking, natural-feeling, and incredibly useful for replacing multiple lost teeth adjacent to each other.

Types of Dental Bridges

You’ll need to schedule a consultation with us so that we can inspect your mouth and determine a suitable solution for your smile. We’re proud to offer both traditional dental bridges and implant bridges. Here’s a little more about what you can expect from each one of these solutions:

Traditional Dental Bridges

If you’re missing one or several teeth in a row, a traditional dental bridge can successfully fill the gaps in your smile. We’ll need to remove a tiny portion of enamel to make room for the crowns that will be fitted on top of the healthy adjacent teeth. Then we’ll cement your restoration in place so that it remains in your mouth for many years to come!

Implant Bridges

Unlike traditional dental bridges, which rely on healthy adjacent pearly whites for support, an implant bridge will be directly anchored to titanium posts embedded into your jawbone via a surgical procedure. Due to this level of stability, your restoration will have a much longer lifespan, feel more natural, and return more of your biting power in the long run!

The Benefits of Getting a Dental Bridge

There are numerous benefits to receiving a dental bridge, including: