If you are missing teeth or want to replace an existing bridge, visit Dr. Kimberley Daxon and Dr. Kenneth Grundset to determine your best options. A dental bridge is a restoration that contains one or more prosthetic teeth to fill gaps in your smile. Dental bridges are permanently anchored to neighboring teeth with a crown. If your surrounding teeth aren’t healthy enough to support a crown, dental implants may be suggested.
Today’s dental bridges are made of the finest and most durable tooth like material to deliver natural-looking results. The process to attach a dental bridge usually takes place over 2 or 3 appointments. Once the procedure is complete, Dr. Kim Daxon and Dr. Ken Grundset will teach you special techniques for at home care. You maintain the life and beauty of your bridges.
Dental Bridges do many good things and can help in many ways.
Dental Bridges have been known to help restore your speech if your missing teeth is affecting the way you speak. Dental Bridges can also prevent your teeth from shifting. When having missing teeth, the open spaces can cause your teeth to move. The movements can not only be unwanted but can cause other health issues with your teeth.
Dental Bridges can also prevent TJM Disorders and problems with chewing. When you have missing teeth you tend chew with only one area of your teeth, which will make that area of your teeth weak from overuse. This overuse is what will lead to the problems.
Cosmetic dental bridges may often be components of a smile makeover to restore beauty and function to a smile that has worn, missing or broken teeth. Schedule an appointment with Dr. Daxon and Dr. Grundset to find out if a dental bridge can restore beauty and health to your smile.