Dental Implant Bridges
Patients who have multiple missing teeth and healthy jaw bone may consider getting a dental implant bridge. Implant-supported bridges are designed to permanently restore your smile while also preserving jawbone and any surrounding permanent teeth that are still healthy. In addition, implant bridges are easy to care for and make eating and speaking easier.
An implant bridge is designed to replace a few missing teeth in a row. The bridge of replacement teeth is secured using a set of dental implants that are surgically placed in the patient’s jawbone. In doing so, the restoration can be a fixed and permanent solution for those with missing teeth. An implant bridge also has the unique ability to prevent healthy neighboring from shifting into the open space. Since the implant bridge is anchored into the jawbone, it can provide a life-like foundation for replacement teeth so that patients can be confident while eating as well as avoid premature facial aging from jawbone loss.
Are You a Candidate for an Implant-Supported Bridge?
To learn more about whether a dental implant bridge could restore your smile after missing teeth, please call Sunrise Dental and Implant Center. We are a state-of-the-art dental clinic that specializes in full service implant dentistry. When crafting and fitting your dental bridge, we take extra measures to optimize your comfort. Implant bridges are always customized in shape, size and color to create a seamless and natural-looking blend within your smile.
At Sunrise Dental and Implant Center, we recognize the value of a complete smile. Not only is there power and influence in the appearance of your smile, but a full set of teeth allow you to eat better and speak more clearly. Regardless of how many missing teeth you have or where they are in your mouth, we can help you with our excellence in restorative and implant dentistry.
If you want a strong and long-lasting solution to your missing teeth, we invite you to schedule a consult at our Fairfield office about implant-supported bridges. In the long-run, implant bridges can be a very cost-effective solution that helps patients avoid further tooth loss and live a confident lifestyle.