Dental Bridges

The purpose of a dental bridge is to occupy an area of your mouth left vacant by a missing tooth, or ‘Bridge the Gap.’

Bridges are a tried and true method to restore your smile back to whole and have been a staple of modern dentistry for ages. With modern materials and techniques, they are natural and beautiful!

Do you have a decayed, damaged, or missing tooth?

If you answered yes, perhaps it’s time to consider our porcelain bridge services. Porcelain bridges play an essential role in cosmetic dentistry and are sometimes the best and only option when it comes to fixing your teeth, and our doctors know how to put the stellar back into your smile!

Is there a gap affecting the true potential of your beautiful smile?

The purpose of a bridge is to occupy an area left vacant by a missing tooth, to “bridge the gap” as it were, and provide the feeling and appearance of continuity in your teeth. Bridges are installed into the gap using the two surrounding teeth, which serve as both the anchors and long-term support for the new prosthetic tooth. The prosthetics we use generally consist of a porcelain crown or crowns adequately sized to fit the empty area comfortably. The result is a great-looking tooth that looks and feels as natural as the rest of your existing teeth.

What can you expect with a bridge?

We offer our patients high-quality porcelain bridges that transform the way they feel about their teeth. Our doctors, along with their friendly, well-trained staff, work hard to maximize your comfort, helping you feel relaxed, as we provide you with unbeatable dental care that fits within your budget. Our bridge treatments are designed to be as pain-free as possible, and our biggest desire is to see you satisfied.

Your oral health, freedom, and peace of mind are important to us, and we hope you consider us for your next porcelain bridge treatment. Contact us today to schedule an appointment!

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