Dental Bridges

Your teeth work together to help you chew, speak, and even smile. That’s because teeth were designed to complement each other. When a tooth is lost, the nearby tooth may tilt toward or move up or down the empty space. This places stress on both the teeth and the tissues in your mouth. The gum tissues and the bone that hold teeth in place can break down, increasing your risk of gum disease.

Prevent damage with a fixed bridge. they are very stable because they are cemented into place and can only be removed by a dentist. Further, a false tooth replaces the lost tooth and is attached to the two adjacent teeth that are crowned in order to provide support for the bridge. The material of the dental bridge varies depending on several factors such as your bite and aesthetics. Regardless of the material, dental bridges are tooth colored to give you a full naturally beautiful smile.

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