Scheduling Treatment With A Dental Bridge

Should you move forward with plans to receive a dental bridge? By doing so, you can close the gap in your smile left by the loss of your tooth, which means you can gain back confidence in your smile. This work can also help you improve your bite function, something that will help you avoid difficulties with jaw movement that can lead to chronic pain and excess wear on remaining teeth. At our Ankeny, IA dentist’s office, this is just one option we provide for restoring patients’ oral health and appearances. We should note that by putting off the restoration of your complete smile, you are more likely to have complications that create more issues for your appearance and well-being.

What A Dental Bridge Can Do For Your Smile And Oral Health

Tooth loss is a serious oral health concern as well as a problem for your smile that can be difficult to overlook. Fortunately, there are options to restore an incomplete smile that can have meaningful benefits. When a dental bridge is put in place, it can give you back the support you need to bite and chew in a way that feels natural, and it can let you regain a confident smile. This restoration can actually be secured without the need for oral surgery, so access to a permanent solution for tooth loss can be easier to secure than you realize.

Placing Your Secure, Lifelike Dental Bridge

If a dental bridge does not require oral surgery, what ensures that yours will remain in place? The restoration is made with a pair of dental crowns that surround a replacement tooth (or replacement teeth if you are closing a larger gap). These crowns are set over the teeth at either side of the empty space in your smile. Once they are in position, they will provide the kind of stability that you need to enjoy functional support and daily comfort from your restoration! To make sure that yours has the right look and fit, we will take careful measurements used to create a custom prosthetic appliance.

Is A Bridge Your Only Option For Closing A Gap In Your Smile?

You can look into an alternative to treatment with a dental bridge. By receiving a dental implant-held restoration, you can enjoy functional support and oral health benefits from a restoration, and you can do so while not needing to modify healthy teeth. An implant is set directly into your jawbone, and the support it offers imitates the kind of security that teeth enjoy thanks to their roots.

Talk To Your Ankeny, IA Dentist About Treatment With A Dental Bridge

If you would like to learn more about the restoration of your incomplete smile with a dental bridge, please reach out to Dental Impressions at (515) 965-0230 to schedule a visit.