"Bridge The Gap"

What Is It?

A dental bridge will quite literally bridge the gap between two teeth to replace a missing tooth. Using the teeth on either side of the gap we will anchor a false tooth in between allowing us to restore your smile with no spaces.

What Does It Do?

When a tooth or teeth are missing, several things can occur, such as an aged jawline, shifting teeth and incorrect bite. Replacing the missing tooth or teeth helps to alleviate these ailments that can occur.

Do I Need it?

If you’re having trouble chewing properly or speaking clearly, that may be the result of missing teeth and a bridge will help. If you’re shy about your smile due to missing teeth a bridge will help that as well.

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Pros Of Bridges

Missing teeth can cause an alteration of facial esthetics. Your face tends to sag and your lips with flatten and thin. Also, when teeth are missing the remaining teeth will shift into unfavorable positions leading to a painful bite and hard to clean teeth resulting in decay.

Restore Your Smile

Gaps from missing teeth can make you self conscious about your smile. Lose the gap. Take your smile back and regain confidence with a bridge.

Keep Your Face In Shape

Missing teeth can change the shape of your face and age it. Jowls can form, and your lips will flatten and thin. Bridges can help prevent these changes.

Keep Teeth In Place

Teeth can drift toward the gaps left by missing teeth, making your smile less attractive. A bridge keeps your teeth where they should be.

Even Bite Force

When teeth are missing the force of your bite can be unevenly distributed. A bridge fills in gaps and allows the bite force to cover all the teeth in an even fashion.

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