Dental

Bridges

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When to get a

Dental Bridge?

There are multiple ways to have a missing tooth replaced. Each comes with its pros and cons and your dentist shall always consider your personal preferences and priorities when agreeing on a treatment plan with you. Bridges have been used in prosthetic dentistry for many decades now and are a safe and highly trusted way to restore lost chewing or biting function.


Dental bridges are prosthetic devices used to replace one or more missing teeth. They consist of artificial teeth, called pontics, that are supported by adjacent natural teeth or dental implants.

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Good Times To Use A

Dental Bridge

Bridges are great, when:

 – Your missing tooth is surrounded by natural teeth

 – The adjacent teeth are already damaged to some degree (filled or crowned)

 – Implantation is not an option for individual reasons

 – When slightly mobile teeth need some reinforcement

Different Types Of

Dental Bridge

Traditional Bridges: These are the most common type and involve creating a crown for the tooth or implant on either side of the missing tooth, with a pontic in between.

Cantilever Bridges: In cases where there’s only one adjacent tooth to support the bridge, a cantilever bridge is used. It’s anchored on one side only.


Maryland Bridges: Also known as resin-bonded bridges, these use a metal or porcelain framework bonded to the backs of adjacent teeth, requiring minimal preparation.

Your dentist can help determine which type of bridges is most suitable for your individual.

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