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The Benefits of Dental Bridges
By Z Dentistry
May 15, 2019
Category: Dental Procedures
Tags: dental bridges  

Find out how a dental bridge could give you back a full smile after tooth loss.

Dealing with an unsightly gap in your smile due to one or more missing teeth in a row? If so, then you could be a great candidate for a dental crown-and-bridgebridge, an oral prosthetic that fills gaps with false teeth that are made to look just like the real thing. Learn more about what to expect when you get a dental bridge from our Reno, NV, dentist Dr. George Zatarain, as well as the benefits of this tooth replacement option.

What are the benefits of a dental bridge?

The most obvious benefit is that you will have a full set of teeth again after getting a dental bridge so you will no longer feel self-conscious about the gap or gaps in your smile. The false tooth of the dental bridge will be made to look just like a real tooth so the only person who will even know that you have a fake tooth is you.

A dental bridge is also made from resilient and durable material that restores chewing and speaking function. By placing false teeth in the gaps we can also improve your bite, making sure that the force and weight are distributed evenly amongst all of your teeth to prevent excessive wear and tear, or injury to other healthy teeth.

Once the bridge is placed this will also prevent the rest of your natural teeth from slowly shifting into the open gap. If you don’t replace a missing tooth or teeth the rest of your smile will try to compensate, which can lead to even further issues like crookedness, gaps between teeth and crowding. By getting a dental bridge as soon as possible after tooth loss you can prevent this from happening.

Who could benefit from getting a dental bridge?

Any adult who is missing at least a single tooth could benefit from getting a dental bridge. Bridges are often fixed in place with the help of dental crowns, which are cemented into place over healthy natural teeth that sit on both sides of the gap. In order to make sure that you are ideal for a dental bridge, our dentist will first need to examine your smile to ensure that teeth are healthy and strong enough to support crowns and the false tooth.

Do you have questions about getting a dental bridge? Do you want to find out if you’re the ideal candidate for a bridge? If so, then call Z Dentistry today in Reno, NV, to schedule a consultation with us. Let us restore your smile after tooth loss.

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