Your Queries About Dental Bridges Addressed

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A dental bridge is a restoration that is made up of two dental crowns with a replacement tooth in between. The replacement tooth is used to fill a gap in an individual’s smile and the dental crowns are placed on the teeth on either side of the gap to support... Read more »

Dealing with a Loose or Damaged Bridge

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Your bridge is designed to be durable and last for many years. Still things like advanced gum disease, a hard fall or a blow to the face, can pose a threat to your bridge. A loose or damaged bridge demands attention before a more serious problem develops. If one or... Read more »

A Bridge Can Restore a Knocked Out Tooth

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It’s not unheard of for a hard fall, a blow to the face or an injury from a contact sport to knock one of your teeth out. If the tooth is deeply fractured or some of it remains in the socket it might need to be extracted. Having a tooth... Read more »

A Bridge Can Restore a Severely Decayed Tooth

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Severe tooth decay on one of your teeth, might cause so much damage to the interior of the tooth that it needs to be extracted. This missing tooth can compromise you’re your ability to chew food and have a serious negative impact on your quality of life. In time the... Read more »