Dental Bridges

Dental bridges

What is a dental bridge?

A dental bridge is named because it is designed to bridge gaps in the jaw.

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In the absence of a tooth, surrounding teeth will slowly begin to shift out of place to fill the void.

This may result in malocclusion, which can cause discomfort, speech impediments and TMJ disorder.Our general dentistry treatments

The process of the dental bridge treatment

Placing a bridge to fill the gap helps to prevent these symptoms from occurring.

A dental bridge consists of an artificial tooth known as a pontic and two anchoring dental crowns.

Typically, a crown exists on either side of the pontic. Book online.

These prosthetics are placed over the teeth on both sides of the gap to secure the bridge in place.

To ensure that no bacteria build up between the pontic and the gum tissue, the false tooth is usually secured in place to the gum with dental cement.

A dental bridge provides an effective means of treating a missing tooth, non-surgically.

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