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Dental Bridges to Replace Missing Teeth

July 30, 2016
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Posted By: Dr. Gomez
dental bridges southeast tx

If you have a missing tooth, you have probably noticed that it can make life more difficult. Chewing, eating, speaking, and smiling can all receive a negative impact from a missing tooth and probably make you feel self-conscious, too.

If you are not a good candidate for dental implants or if you are looking for another alternative, we offer highly esthetic dental bridges in our Southeast, TX dental office. Dental bridges can close the gap in your smile and make it easier to speak, not to mention they can give you confidence in your appearance!

We custom design each dental bridge to match your natural smile so that no one notices that you have a dental bridge. We create bridges to match the color, size, and shape of your teeth, making them very attractive.

Benefits of Dental Bridges

A dental bridge suspends an artificial tooth in between two specialized dental crowns that hold your artificial tooth in place. By filling the gap in your smile, we can keep your remaining teeth from shifting toward the gap in your smile. Dental bridges are strong, but not indestructible. You should avoid especially hard or chewy substances on your crown.

Dental bridges are highly esthetic and give our patients added confidence in their appearance. The bridges we create are both beautiful and functional.

Caring for Your Bridge in Southeast TX

Dental bridges do require some special care. You will need to keep the gums and area beneath your bridge clean and free from bacteria or food particles. Brushing your teeth twice daily, flossing, and regular dental exams and cleanings will help your teeth and dentistry last longer.

Your bridge will require extra care for flossing. We can recommend some products such as floss threaders or interproximal brushes to make your job easier. 

If you need a dental bridge in Southeast, TX, give us a call!

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