Dental Bridge

Looking for a solution to your missing teeth that will give you a natural-looking smile? Look no further than dental bridges, a restorative treatment that can replace gaps between your teeth with prosthetics that blend in seamlessly with your natural teeth. At Tower Dental, we offer several types of dental bridges to fit your needs.

One of the most popular types of dental bridges is the traditional dental bridge. This type of bridge consists of three to four consecutive crowns that are cemented onto healthy teeth or dental implants at either end of the gap. If you have healthy teeth at each end of the gap, a traditional dental bridge may be the right choice for you. However, if you have missing teeth at the front of your mouth, a Maryland dental bridge may be a better option. Maryland bridges use wing-like metals to anchor the bridge to the back of adjacent teeth. For teeth near the canines or canines themselves, a cantilever dental bridge may be the best choice. This type of bridge uses a dental crown to anchor the bridge to a neighbor tooth or implant.

Before placing a dental bridge, your dentist will evaluate your oral health to make sure you are a good candidate for the procedure. You must have healthy teeth or dental implants at each end of the gap for the bridge to be properly placed. Your dentist will also help you choose the best material for your bridge, taking into account factors such as allergies, price range, and aesthetic goals. Once the material is selected, your dentist will take impressions of your mouth and send them to a lab to create a customized dental bridge. At Tower Dental, we use CEREC technology to create dental bridges quickly and efficiently.

Don’t let missing teeth keep you from smiling with confidence. Contact Tower Dental to learn more about our dental bridge options and how they can help restore your smile.

A Customized, One-Session Solution

Are you looking for a convenient and efficient way to restore your smile? Look no further than CEREC (Chairside Economical Restoration of Esthetic Ceramics) dental bridge. This innovative technology uses artificial intelligence, computer-assisted design and manufacturing, and 3D printers to create customized dental restorations, including bridges.

What makes CEREC technology stand out is the speed at which it can produce dental restorations. Unlike traditional crowns and bridges, which can take up to two weeks and multiple visits, CEREC technology at Tower Dental can manufacture the restorations in just one or two hours. This means that if there are no other dental treatments involved, you can receive your crowns and bridges in just one session.

The cost of treatment varies depending on factors such as the type of bridge and material used, as well as the CEREC technique. However, the benefits of a dental bridge are numerous. It can address multiple issues caused by teeth-loss, such as fixing speech problems and pronunciation, restoring the aesthetic appeal of a smile, improving chewing, improving bite and adjusting force distribution across the jaw, and preventing teeth from moving.

One question patients often ask is how long a restoration will last. The answer is that with proper aftercare, a dental bridge can last up to 15 years. This includes regular dental follow-ups, proper brushing and flossing, and professional cleanings.

Another question is whether CEREC bridges are reliable. The answer is a resounding yes! Because they are manufactured using digital measurements, they are not only reliable but highly accurate. This eliminates any variable that might result in inaccuracy, such as an ill-fitted tray or extra saliva.

Finally, patients may wonder if it is difficult to eat with a bridge. The answer is no – in fact, it can make eating easier by filling in the gap caused by missing teeth. However, we suggest cutting soft food into smaller pieces initially until you get used to having bridges.

In summary, CEREC dental bridge is a great option for those looking for a customized, one-session solution for their dental restoration needs. With its convenience and efficiency, it can help restore your smile and improve your oral health in no time.

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