Dental bridges replace missing teeth and restore a beautiful smile.
Mind the Gap!
There is hardly a place in your mouth that, if a tooth is lost, will not leave a visible gap in your smile. These gaps are unsightly, but can also cause several other issues like adjacent teeth drifting out of place, speech issues, problems with the bite, and loss of facial structure. Dental bridges fill the gap, minimize your risk for other oral complications, and restore functionality.
What Is a Dental Bridge?
A dental bridge is a restoration made of artificial teeth that are attached to natural adjacent teeth. Bridges can be removable or permanent. The procedure is simple and will require at least two visits, one for the preparation of the supporting teeth and the impression, and another a few weeks later for the final cementation of your new, high-quality restoration. It is very important that you continue proper home care with brushing and flossing of your dental bridge as well as maintain regular cleanings with our team to prolong the life of your restoration.
Restore Your Smile with a Dental Implant Bridge
Dental Care of Baltimore also provides patients with the option of receiving a dental implant bridge for increased stability and jaw bone retention. We use HYBRIDGE® dental implant technology to replace missing teeth with dental implants, creating a strong, stable, and functional bite. Hybridge® implant bridges look, feel, and function like your natural teeth while restoring your facial structure and preserving your jaw bone.
We provide competent and compassionate care to patients in Randallstown, MD. If you have missing teeth and would like to know more about replacing them with traditional dental bridges or a dental implant bridge, call our office today to schedule your consultation.
Dental Care of Baltimore
This was such a warm and welcoming experience. From the 1st visit I felt like I walked into a family living room. It was warm, inviting and everyone was extremely welcoming, from administration to the techs and dentists. I'm so pleased with my result. I can't say its the end result yet because I plan on having more work.
- Charlene L
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- Rosella H