Dental Bridges

Replacing missing teeth doesn’t have to be uncomfortable or unwieldy. Modern day permanent dental bridge will restore tooth structures without forcing you to deal with the inconvenience of removable dentures.

Dental Bridge: Solution for a Missing Tooth

After losing a permanent tooth, many patients put off seeking a tooth replacement because they are unaware of replacement options. The truth is, there is no reason to wait or hold off; in fact, the more time you spend with a missing tooth, the more substantial health problems may arise, including possible bone loss. Today's permanent dental bridges offer the look and function of natural teeth. Removable/temporary restorations are a thing of the past and Metro Smiles offers permananent, or "fixed" Dental Bridge treatment. Filling that missing tooth or gap not only enhances your smile aesthically, but will also prevent tooth decay, gum disease, shifting bite, and bone loss. A dental bridge may be the solution for you. 

The Modern Day Dental Bridge: Permanent & Fixed

Replacing missing teeth doesn’t have to be uncomfortable or unwieldy. Modern day restorations will restore tooth structures without the inconvenience of removable dentures. A dental bridge consists of two crowns on either side of a pontic, or a false tooth. These crowns fit over teeth on either side of the gap, to place the pontic crown firmly against your gums. Choosing a fixed bridge restoration will mean it is permanently bonded to your teeth. You won’t feel like you’re struggling with a replacement tooth; it will simply feel like a natural part of your mouth. Call our office to discuss your options today! (303) 768-8443

Dental Bridge with Dental Implants:

Metro Smiles Cosmetic Dentistry offers many tooth-replacement options. Our restorative options not only your smile but also aim to restore the natural function of your teeth. Implants can play a supporting role for dental bridges, just as they do for other restorations. If you’re missing several adjacent teeth, implants are particularly helpful. Without that additional strong support, a bridge may not be possible. Implant-supported bridges also replace teeth without drawing on the strength of neighboring structures. This helps your other teeth stay healthy. Not everyone is a candidate for dental implants - the gum tissue and bone must be in optimum health. If you're curious as to whether you're a dental implant candidate, simply schedule a consultation for an evaluation and discussion with Dr. Robin. (303) 768-8443

Caring for Your Dental Bridge:

Like other porcelain dental restorations, your bridge will not require extra-special care. Simply brush and floss your bridge as you do your natural teeth. With good oral hygiene of brushing and flossing, your bridge and surrounding teeth will remain clean. This is most important as the bridge relies on healthy neighboring teeth for support. Your smile and oral health will thank you for replacing that missing tooth in the long run!

To learn more about dental bridges and discuss your restoration options, simply call our office during working hours. (303) 768-8443


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