A permanent appliance that replaces a missing tooth or missing teeth

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Procedure Information

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3 units bridge:
6,000 – 7,500

Additional unit:
+2,000 -2,500

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1 hour

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1 day

Bridges (Fixed Partial Dentures)

A dental bridge is a permanent appliance that replaces a missing tooth or missing teeth. It has several pieces that are fused together to fit into the open space where your tooth or teeth used to be.

Dental bridges are an alternative to partial dentures. A bridge can help you eat and speak more effectively and also make your teeth look better.

A dental bridge can be made of different materials, including gold, alloys, or porcelain. When replacing a front tooth, porcelain is most often used because it can be matched to your natural tooth color.

This article will go over the different kinds of dental bridges. You will learn what to expect if you need to get a dental bridge placed, as well as the pros and cons of having a dental bridge.

Advantages of Dental Bridges

Dental bridges can provide many benefits, including:

Giving your mouth and smile a natural look

Helping you chew food more efficiently

Maintaining normal facial structure by preventing bone loss from the jaw at the site of the missing tooth/teeth

Restoring your ability to speak normally, as missing teeth can make it hard to pronounce words (enunciate)

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Preventing adjacent teeth from moving into the empty space, which can cause problems with your bite and other complications

Who needs a dental bridge?

Dental bridges can help if you have a missing tooth or teeth. The most common causes of missing teeth are tooth decay, gum disease and injury. Or you may have been born with missing teeth due to a congenital condition. To get a dental bridge, you need healthy teeth on either side of the missing ones.

Why do I need a dental bridge?

Your teeth work together. If a tooth is missing, nearby teeth can move into the empty space. The teeth in your opposite jaw can also move up or down toward the space. This can cause:

  • Bite problems.
  • Chewing difficulties.
  • Pain from the extra stress on your teeth and jaw.

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