Is a Dental Bridge the Right Option for Missing Teeth?

Missing tooth or gaps in between teeth can affect the functioning of your mouth. Dental bridges are basically false teeth that are anchored to your adjacent teeth so that missing teeth can be replaced. A Dental bridges is a non-removable prosthodontic device that is fixed over your existing teeth or implants and is not removable. The false tooth is known as a ‘pontic’ and is fused between two dental crowns which are placed on the anchor teeth and therefore called a bridge. How dental bridges work? Dental bridges replace the…

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Bridge the Gap & Improve Your Oral Function with Dental Bridges

Missing teeth can cause irregular bite, tilting or shifting of teeth over the space, temporomandibular joint disorder (TMJ), speech problems and increases the risk for periodontal disease and tooth decay. A dental bridge literally bridges the gap between the teeth from one point to another. It is a fixed prosthetic dental device that is cemented on your existing teeth or implants. The procedure for getting dental bridges A dental bridge is composed of two dental crowns which are known as caps and replacement teeth are called pontics. To complete the…

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