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Dental Bridges

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Dental Bridges at Kew Gardens Smiles Dental

A missing tooth can do more than just affect one’s confidence; it can have a profound impact on overall dental health, causing adjacent teeth to shift, impairing speech, or affecting chewing ability. Dental bridges, as the name implies, bridge the gap created by one or more missing teeth. Comprising two or more crowns for the teeth on either side of the gap and a false tooth or teeth in between, bridges are anchored onto the surrounding teeth, offering both functional and aesthetic solutions.

At Kew Gardens Smiles Dental, the process of obtaining a dental bridge is streamlined, ensuring that patients receive a restoration that fits seamlessly with their natural teeth. Their experienced dental team is committed to understanding each patient’s specific needs and crafting bridges that restore not just the appearance, but also the function of the teeth. With a blend of advanced technology and a patient-focused approach, Kew Gardens Smiles Dental stands as a premier choice for those seeking to rejuvenate their smile with dental bridges. Their dedication to excellence ensures that every bridge not only fits perfectly but also blends in harmoniously, giving patients back their radiant smile.

Why would I need Dental Bridges? 

A dental bridge is a fixed dental restoration that replaces one or more missing teeth. It is anchored to the teeth on either side of the gap, which are called abutment teeth. Dental bridges can help to restore the function, appearance, and health of your smile.

There are many reasons why you might need a dental bridge. Some of the most common reasons include:

  • Missing teeth: A missing tooth can cause a number of problems, including difficulty chewing, speech problems, and changes in the alignment of your teeth. A dental bridge can help to restore the function and appearance of your smile.
  • Broken teeth: If a tooth is broken beyond repair, a dental bridge can be used to replace it.
  • Infected or decayed teeth: If a tooth is infected or decayed, it may need to be removed. A dental bridge can be used to replace the missing tooth.
  • Gum disease: Gum disease can cause teeth to loosen and eventually fall out. A dental bridge can help to prevent this from happening.

If you are missing one or more teeth, talk to your dentist about whether a dental bridge is right for you. We use the latest technology and techniques to provide our patients with the best possible care. We also offer a variety of financing options to make dental bridges more affordable.