DENTAL BRIDGE

Treatment of a dental bridge involves creating multiple crowns combined; these are attached to healthy teeth on either side of the space created by one or more missing teeth.
Treatment of a dental bridge involves creating multiple crowns combined; these are attached to healthy teeth on either side of the space created by one or more missing teeth. Because a complete set of teeth is compatible with each other, when a tooth is lost, the structure and appearance of surrounding teeth are affected over time.
For example, if a tooth is missing in the lower jaw, the corresponding upper tooth may tend to fall down. Healthy teeth adjacent to the missing tooth may lean towards the cavity, impairing the patient's ability to chew correctly. Over a long period of time this will cause major distortions in the configuration of the teeth. Dental bridges are very important to maintain structural integrity in the mouth.
 
 FAQs
 
HOW ARE DENTAL BRIDGES MAINTENANCE MADE?
 
  • Dental bridges are easy to maintain, a daily oral care brushing and flossing routine is recommended.
 
IN WHICH SITUATIONS IS A DENTAL BRIDGE NECESSARY?
 
  • For teeth with excessive decay
  • Replacement therapy for missing teeth
  • For patients with chewing disorders
  • To correct jaw or joint disorders
  • Bridging areas of bone loss
  • For patients requiring full implant treatment
  • To support weak teeth