Replace Missing or Damaged Teeth with Dental Bridges
Missing or damaged teeth can significantly impact your ability to smile with confidence and can even alter the functionality of your mouth. In some cases, missing or damaged teeth may cause a speech impediment and increase the risk for decay and periodontal disease. Dental bridges can be used to replace missing or damaged teeth and are an alternative to dentures or implants.
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Types of Dental Bridgework
There are a few types of dental bridges, but the three most common are cantilever, resin-bonded, and conventional fixed. Cantilever and conventional fixed bridges will need your existing teeth to be reshaped to accommodate the new dental bridge. Resin-bonded bridges do not require as much preparation to the surrounding teeth.
Benefits of Dental Bridges
- They can restore your smile.
- They can help you chew and speak properly.
- They can maintain the appeal of your smile and your face overall.
- They distribute forces when you bite so that your teeth wear properly.
- They can prevent your remaining teeth from being damaged and protect your gums from decay.
Preparing for Your Dental Bridge Consultation and Procedure
You will need to meet with a professional to see if you are a candidate for dental bridgework. Your missing teeth and the surrounding teeth will also be assessed to determine which type of bridge is right for your mouth.
During your procedure, an impression of your teeth will be taken to create a model. Then, the bridge is fabricated based on that model by a skilled lab technician. This ensures your bridge fits in between your existing teeth. During the fabrication process, you can be fitted with a temporary bridge to protect your teeth and gums until the permanent dental bridge is ready.
Are you ready to schedule your dental bridge consultation?
Call us at 416-287-2426 to meet with Dr. Cyrus about your dental bridgework.
Monday 9:30 AM - 8:00 pm
Tuesday 7:00 AM - 8:00 pm
Wednesday 9:30 AM - 8:00 pm
Thursday 9:30 AM - 8:00 pm
Friday 11:30 AM - 7:00 pm
Saturday 7:00 AM - 4:00 pm