Dental Bridges

Missing teeth does a lot more than just hinder your appearance.
 
Types of Bridges:
 
Traditional
-Two crowns on both sides of the missing tooth with an anchored tooth in the middle
-Porcelain material
-Common type
 
Maryland
-Used for one side of your mouth
-Composed of plastic material
 
Implant
-Supported
-An anchor tooth and crowns used to support a dental implant
 
Cantilever
-Adjacent teeth only
 
Treatment
An impression of your teeth will be taken in order to create bridges that are custom to fit your teeth. The impressions will be molded and sent to a lab to craft your custom-made bridges. On the day of the procedure, local anesthesia will numb the area. Your new bridge will be held into place with cement that is placed on top of the decayed teeth with an anchor tooth (pontic).
 
You can take care of your new bridge similar to brushing and flossing your actual teeth. These bridges are long-lasting to get you the best smile of your life!