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Dental Bridges – South Windsor, CT

Flawlessly Replace Consecutively Missing Teeth

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Having consecutively missing pearly whites can make daily oral habits more difficult for you, such as eating comfortably, talking fluently, and smiling confidently. Fortunately, our team at South Windsor Dental can restore the look and function of your smile with personalized dental bridges in South Windsor. Read on to learn what you can expect from this treatment, and feel free to reach out to us today if you have any questions!

What Is a Dental Bridge?

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A dental bridge is a restoration treatment that’s designed to replace a consecutive amount of missing teeth. This can involve anywhere from one to four missing teeth in a row. The restoration consists of two crowns that are directly anchored onto the remaining teeth on either side of the gap, or on dental implants depending on the kind you choose. Your bridge can also be made from different natural-looking and durable materials, such as ceramic or porcelain.

Types of Dental Bridges

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There are several kinds of bridges to consider based on the number and location of your missing teeth. These types include:

Traditional Dental Bridge

example of traditional dental bridge in South Windsor

This treatment option is ideal for those who still have strong and healthy teeth on either side of the gap. However, before these pearly whites can be used, we’ll need to prepare them to fit your bridge properly. This will involve removing a small amount of your enamel to create space for your restorations. We can typically complete this process in just a few visits, and you’ll be able to enjoy a stable and reliable bridge for years to come.

Implant Bridge

example of implant dental bridge in South Windsor

If natural abutment teeth aren’t an option, then we can provide dental implants first as an alternative. These titanium posts will be surgically embedded into your jawbone to act as your new roots. Your dental implants will be able to effectively support around three to four consecutive missing teeth. Additionally, the posts themselves can preserve your jawbone, meaning you can enjoy a fully restored smile for a lifetime!

The Benefits of Getting a Dental Bridge

woman smiling with dental bridge in South Windsor

Here are several important benefits you’ll be able to enjoy when replacing multiple missing teeth with a dental bridge: