Are you missing multiple teeth? Maybe you have whole arches of teeth that need to be replaced. Dental bridges can help fill in the gaps left by missing teeth while providing long-lasting support. But why should missing teeth be replaced in the first place, and what benefits do dental bridges offer?
Missing Teeth Problems
Replacing missing teeth can help improve your overall oral health and can also prevent further problems from arising. Some of these problems may include:
- Shifting Teeth
- Misaligned Bite
- Gum Disease
- Tooth Decay
Replacing missing teeth with restorative options like dental bridges can help prevent these problems with the right dental care.
Restorative Treatment with Dental Bridges
Premier Dental Care offers dental bridges that are secured with dental implants. Secured dental bridges provide more stability and last longer than removable dental bridges. Before treatment, Dr. Karim Naguib will perform an examination of the teeth and gums and will review any dental x-rays to determine if a dental bridge is right for you. He will then create a comprehensive plan for the placement of the dental bridge.
If there are any natural teeth adjacent to tooth gaps, they will be shaped to ensure that they can properly support the bridge. Dental impressions will be made of teeth and then sent to the lab, where the dental bridge is fabricated. Dental bridges usually consist of a metal framework that is covered by porcelain to improve the aesthetics of the patient’s smile. When complete, Dr. Naguib will ensure that the dental bridge fits properly before it is attached with adhesive cement.
Benefits of Dental Bridges
Dental bridges can offer many benefits to patients with missing teeth. Dental bridges can:
- Restore the ability to bite and chew evenly
- Prevent teeth from shifting
- Help support any remaining tooth structure
- Maintain a patient’s face shape
Receive Dental Bridges Today
Do you want to replace your missing teeth for a fuller and more balanced smile? Call Premier Dental Care’s Lancaster office at (661) 948-6700 or schedule an appointment online here. You can call our Palmdale office at (661) 273-6565 and schedule an appointment online here.