Randolph Dental Bridges

Replace missing teeth with a removable or permanent dental bridge.

Dental bridges are false teeth that are used to fill in the gaps left by missing teeth. The false teeth are held in place by attaching them to the natural teeth on either side of the gap. Bridges can be made from a variety of materials, including gold, silver, and porcelain. In addition to filling in gaps, bridges can also help to prevent the natural teeth from shifting out of place. As a result, bridges can improve both the function and the appearance of a person's smile. If you are looking for a dental office that places dental bridges in Randolph, call our office and set-up a consultation.

Advantages of Dental Bridges

Benefits can include:

  • Maintaining facial structure
  • Helping eat and chew food more efficiently
  • Natural looking smiles
  • Preventing adjacent teeth from moving
  • Restoring ability to speak well
Couple Laughing With Dental Bridges
Laugh and smile without fear of missing teeth.

Dental Bridges for Missing Teeth

Dental bridges are commonly used to replace one or more missing teeth. In addition to improving the aesthetics of your smile, dental bridges can also help to restore chewing function and prevent the remaining teeth from shifting out of place. Bridges are typically made of porcelain or ceramic, which gives them a natural appearance that blends in with your other teeth. All of these factors make dental bridges a popular choice for people who are looking to improve their oral health. However, it is important to note that bridges are not right for everyone. While dental bridges are often more cost-effective than dental implants, implants are the gold standard for tooth replacement. Before getting a bridge, it is important to consult with our Randolph dentist to see if it is the best option for you.

How Is A Bridge Attached?

The process of getting a dental bridge usually takes place over two or three visits to the dentist. Bridges are made by taking an impression of the surrounding teeth and then creating a mold of the missing tooth or teeth. The false tooth or teeth is then attached to the mold, and most often the entire bridge is then cemented into place. Unlike dentures, which can be taken out and put back in at will, most dental bridges are permanently affixed to the surrounding teeth. There are options for removable dental bridges but most people like the idea of not having to worry about anything slipping while they eat, talk and enjoy life.

Examples of Dental Bridges

Implant Dental Bridge
Removable Dental Bridge

Missing Teeth Consultation

If you are missing one or more teeth, you've come to the right place. We have a comprehensive team of general dentist, cosmetic dentist and oral surgeons. Between these specialties we are confident that not only can we repair your mouth back to full function, but enhance your smile in a way that you are proud to show it off. If you are missing one or more of your teeth, call Dickerson Dental Group and set-up a consultation today.

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