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Dental Bridges  – North Dallas, TX

Revitalizing Your Smile By Replacing Missing Teeth

model of a dental bridge in North Dallas

Are you missing one or more teeth? At Dental Attraction, we offer completely customized dental bridges to revitalize your smile and help rebuild your confidence. Having gaps in your mouth can make it difficult to complete daily tasks like speaking and chewing food. You can improve your overall quality of life by eliminating these spaces with long-lasting replacement teeth that are securely attached to your natural pearly whites. To learn how you can benefit from a dental bridge in North Dallas, contact our office to schedule a consultation today.

Why Choose Dental Attraction For Dental Bridges? 

  • Customized Dental Bridges
  • Natural-Looking, High-Quality Dental Materials
  • Dental Implants Available

What Are Dental Bridges?

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Dental bridges do exactly what they sound like, they literally bridge the gap between missing teeth using replacement teeth made from natural-looking materials such as porcelain or ceramic. On either side of the replacement teeth are dental crowns, which secure them to the existing natural teeth. Without gaps or holes in your smile, you’ll be able to easily complete daily tasks without having to worry about slipping or shifting restorations that are hard to take care of.

Implant-Supported Bridge

For a sturdier and more stable tooth-replacement option, be sure to ask Dr. Saeed Rouhani about implant-supported bridges. The primary difference between these and traditional bridges is that instead of being supported by your natural teeth, they’re secured to two titanium dental implants that are fused with your jawbone. These provide them with additional support, strength, and keep your natural healthy teeth from needing to be altered. While getting this version of a bridge is a longer process, some patients are able to enjoy countless unique benefits.

Why Do You Need a Dental Bridge?

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When you have one or more missing teeth, it can impact you in more ways than you would think. A dental bridge can help restore several features and functions of your mouth, including:

  • Completing your smile.
  • Ability to properly chew.
  • Ability to pronounce certain words and sounds.
  • Maintain your facial structure.
  • Evenly distribute your bite force.
  • Keep your remaining teeth from drifting out of place.

How Can You Extend the Lifespan of Your Dental Bridge?

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One great benefit of dental bridges is that they’re easy to care for. With the proper maintenance, you’ll be able to enjoy them for anywhere from five to 15 years. All you need to do is follow these tips:

  • Brush and floss regularly.
  • Visit our office every six months for a checkup and cleaning.
  • Avoid hard, sticky, and chewy foods.

After your bridge has been placed, you can also ask any of our dental professionals for additional tips and tricks for at-home care. It’s important to keep your natural teeth anchoring your bridge as healthy as possible to ensure that it doesn’t fail.

For any questions or to learn how you can benefit from getting a dental bridge in North Dallas, be sure to contact our office. We’ll schedule a consultation for you, so you know exactly what to expect throughout the procedure and feel confident that you’re making the best decision for your smile.

Dental Bridge FAQs

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Replacing your missing teeth is an important choice. We understand that you want to get it right and know as much about your options as possible. That’s why we’ve answered some common questions below! For any other questions or to learn how you can benefit from getting a dental bridge in North Dallas, be sure to contact our office. We’ll schedule a consultation for you, so you know exactly what to expect throughout the procedure and feel confident that you’re making the best decision for your smile.

Why Do I Need to Replace Missing Teeth?

When you don’t have a full set of teeth, you can encounter many problems. In addition to feeling self-conscious about the gaps in your smile, you can struggle to eat or speak clearly. Your remaining teeth can also shift out of alignment, changing how your upper and lower teeth match up. This can lead to headaches, jaw pain, and other unpleasant symptoms. Even if your missing tooth or teeth aren’t noticeable, you need to replace them so you can fully enjoy your smile again.

How Many Teeth Can a Dental Bridge Replace?

The exterior crowns in the bridge attach to two healthy teeth or implants on the outside of the gap, giving the restoration stability. This structure means that the bridge can only be used in certain situations. A dental bridge can replace anywhere between one and three missing teeth and up to five missing teeth when paired with dental implants. During your consultation, we can evaluate the current state of your smile and explain your options according to your needs.

What Is the Process of Getting a Dental Bridge?

Once you and Dr. Rouhani have determined that a bridge is the right treatment for you, we can start the preparation stage, which involves removing some enamel from the two teeth that surround the gap. Or, in the case of dental implants, we’ll place the posts in the jawbone and allow it to become fully integrated. Then, we’ll collect impressions of your mouth and send this information to a dental lab, and they will fabricate your custom restoration. When it’s complete, you’ll come back to our office so that we can bond your bridge into place. Overall, this process typically takes a few weeks, but if you are getting dental implants or have other concerns in treatment, the process will require more time.

Does Dental Insurance Cover Dental Bridges?

In general, dental insurance plans do cover part of the cost of bridges. Keep in mind that bridges are typically considered major restorative work. Each plan varies from the next in the specific numbers, but this type of care usually has about 50 percent coverage, meaning you’ll likely still need to pay about half of the cost out-of-pocket. When you meet with us, we can look at your specific policy and let you know exactly how much you can expect to pay, giving you fewer surprises and more reasons to smile.

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