Dental Bridge Specialist
Dental bridges are one of the most reliable, comfortable and durable options for replacing one or more missing natural teeth. They not only possess excellent esthetics and lifelike appearance, but they also restore chewing and speech efficiency and function virtually like the natural teeth. That is why at URBN Dental, we recommend teeth bridges as an aesthetic, convenient and longer lasting alternative to the removable dentures.
All major insurances accepted, including medicare.
What are Teeth Bridges?
A dental bridge virtually bridges the gap created by missing natural teeth, by taking support from natural teeth or implants on both sides. Dental bridges are fixed appliance which is used for replacing adjacent missing natural teeth. The gap created by the missing teeth is filled by using artificial teeth, or pontics which are supported by crowns attached to the natural teeth or implants on both sides of the gap. These supporting teeth are known as abutments.
Types of Dental Bridges
At URBN Dental Uptown, we offer a variety of designs of dental bridges. The choice of type of bridge used for replacing your teeth will depend on the status of your existing teeth, esthetic requirements and oral hygiene status:
Conventional bridges are supported on both sides with natural teeth or implant. However, a cantilever bridge is supported only at one end. These bridges are used when a healthy supporting tooth is only available at one end of the gap. Naturally, the cantilever bridges are not as strong as the conventional ones. Therefore, they are usually used for cases where a single tooth needs to be replaced, and that too in the front.
Who Benefits from Dental Bridges
Generally, bridges are excellent for individuals who seek replacement of one or more adjacent teeth. At URBN Dental, we recommend dental bridges in the following situations:
Single Tooth Replacement
Dental implants can be used for replacing a single tooth by gaining support from natural teeth or implants on both side
Multiple Teeth Replacement
Dental bridges can effectively be used for replacement of up to four adjacent missing t
As an Improvement to Removable Dentures
If you are not happy with the fit or esthetics of your removable dentures, then you can certainly benefit from a dental brid
Full Mouth Rehabilitation
A complete fixed bridge, or an implant supported bridge can also be used for replacing all teeth in a jaw. Such a prosthesis is supported by four, six or eight implants which are inserted at predetermined positi Such types of prostheses are known as all on four, six or eight implant-supported fixed dentures, respectively.
Get Dental Bridges today
Say goodbye to your old dentures! Visit your nearest dental bridge clinic today and get a beautiful and charming smile with natural teeth or implant-supported bridges. At URBN, we have the state-of-the-art dental equipment and a highly specialized team which will take care of all your esthetic and restorative dental problems. So, what are you waiting for?
Benefits of Getting Bridges
Here are a few reasons why you should prefer dental bridges over removable dentures:
Dental bridges provide superior esthetics in comparison to the removable dentur This is because the artificial teeth in bridges are prepared from high-quality porcelain which exactly matches the shade and color of your natural teeth.
Teeth bridges allow you to eat and speak without any difficult In fact, you can enjoy all your favorite foods with bridges. However, you should take care not to eat very hard or sticky foods, as they can dislodge the bridge.
Durability and Strength
Dental bridges are much more durable and stronger than the removable dentures, which require frequent repair or replaceme
Process for Getting Bridges
Getting a beautiful smile with bridges at URBN dental is quite simple and easy.
Attaching the Bridge
Note: The procedure for fabrication of Maryland bridges is different since there is no requirement for fabrication of crowns for the abutment teeth. The bridge is directly attached to the supporting teeth by using an adhesive cement.