Dentures

A dental bridge is a permanent dental fixture. People get dental bridges for many reasons, including to fill in the space of a missing tooth, to prevent teeth from drifting out of position, restore a person’s smile, upgrade a mouth from a partial dentures, or to maintain face shape.

Getting a bridge normally requires at least 2 dental appointments. During the first visit, the dentist numbs the relevant teeth and removes part of the enamel to make room for a crown. The patient then gets molds made of their teeth that ensure that the dental laboratory makes a dental bridge that fits their mouth. The dentist puts a temporary bridge into the patient’s mouth that are worn until the next appointment.

During the second visit, the permanent bridge is put in place, adjusted, cemented into place.

Bridges

A dental bridge is a permanent dental fixture. People get dental bridges for many reasons, including to fill in the space of a missing tooth, to prevent teeth from drifting out of position, restore a person’s smile, upgrade a mouth from a partial dentures, or to maintain face shape.

Getting a bridge normally requires at least 2 dental appointments. During the first visit, the dentist numbs the relevant teeth and removes part of the enamel to make room for a crown. The patient then gets molds made of their teeth that ensure that the dental laboratory makes a dental bridge that fits their mouth. The dentist puts a temporary bridge into the patient’s mouth that are worn until the next appointment.

During the second visit, the permanent bridge is put in place, adjusted, cemented into place.



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