Teeth are meant to last for a lifetime, but that isn’t a reality for many adults. Studies show at least 120 million Americans have lost one or more teeth. Traditionally, a bridge fills the space of a single tooth or consecutive missing teeth. All-ceramic material is used to replace the portions of the teeth visible above the gum line. Our office uses the latest techniques and technologies to create high-quality dental bridges in Aurora. This restores a beautiful, complete smile while allowing you to chew your favorite foods again, like steak.
A conventional dental bridge has been used for decades to treat consecutive tooth loss. It relies on abutment teeth on either side of the gap to support it. Believe it or not, not all bridges are the same. We’ll recommend which type is right for you depending on your specific needs:
No matter the method you choose, you can chew, smile, and speak with confidence knowing your bridge looks natural. We’ll preserve your remaining teeth and improve your quality of life using a personalized treatment plan.
Losing even a single tooth can have devastating consequences for your self-esteem, oral health, and your daily life. It’s best to replace your missing teeth as soon as possible to prevent any additional complications. A traditional fixed bridge is a popular solution because it offers a variety of benefits, including:
An Implant-retained bridge offers more benefits than the traditional method because they mimic everything from the root up. As a result, you’ll enjoy a nearly perfect replica of your natural smile that has the potential to last for a lifetime.
If you’ve lost a tooth or two over the years, you might be a candidate for a dental bridge. You’ll need an initial consultation to evaluate your oral health and discuss the results you want to achieve to determine which treatment plan best meets your needs.
There isn’t a set fee for dental bridges because the cost is based on your specific plan, such as the number of teeth you’re treating. A member of our team will work on your behalf with your dental insurance carrier to maximize your benefits. If there’s any remaining expense, we offer several payment solutions to keep your new smile affordable.
If you’re ready to enjoy a complete smile again, contact our office today to schedule your consultation.