Dental Bridges

Dental Bridges in El Paso, TX

One or more missing teeth may come with the loss of confidence and self-esteem. You may feel down, but don’t count yourself out yet. At 915 Smile Studio we provide affordable and long-lasting dental bridges to get your smile and confidence back. With a custom-fitted dental bridge, you can restore the functionality and appearance of your smile in as few as two visits to our office. You’ll leave with a restored self-image and a smile that’s ready to show off to the world.

What is a Dental Bridge?

A dental bridge is a restoration used to replace one and more missing teeth. They help improve the appearance and functionality of your smile with the support of surrounding natural teeth. The prosthetic tooth or teeth are held in place by two dental crowns on either side of the missing tooth, called abutments. Teeth bridges are cemented into place with a dental adhesive to keep them secure, unlike removable dentures. This ensures you have a comfortable, secure fitting restoration that resembles the appearance and function of your natural teeth.

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Who are the Best Candidates for Dental Bridges?

Dental bridges are an affordable restorative option for patients missing one or more teeth. For a dental bridge to be well-supported, it’s crucial that the surrounding teeth are healthy and strong. This ensures that the abutment teeth provide ample support for the tooth bridge. In cases where the surrounding teeth aren’t healthy enough to withstand the dental crowns, other restorative options, such as dental implants or dentures, may be recommended instead to replace missing teeth.

Dental Bridge Procedure

Dental bridges typically take two appointments to complete. During the first appointment, the abutment teeth are prepared to support the tooth bridge. We will remove part of the outer layers of the teeth and shape them to fit their dental crowns. Impressions are then taken of your teeth. This mold is used as a reference to build a custom-fitted dental bridge that matches your teeth and bite. We then secure a temporary bridge to protect your teeth until the permanent bridge is ready to apply.

During the second visit, the temporary bridge is gently removed and your permanent bridge is put in its place. Our team will assess the fit and your bite with the new bridge before bonding it into place with a dental adhesive. We’ll check your comfort and fit at every stage to make sure you look and feel good with your restoration, and provide detailed instructions on caring for your bridge for long-lasting results.

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Dental Bridges vs Dental Implants

When it comes to replacing missing teeth, dental bridges and dental implants are two popular solutions. While both treatments offer their unique set of benefits, dental bridges are often a more practical option for those seeking a quicker, less invasive treatment. Bridges can be constructed in as little as two appointments, and they can effectively fill gaps between teeth while providing the added benefits of restoring bite and preventing neighboring teeth from shifting. Additionally, dental bridges are often a more affordable option than dental implants, making them a great solution for those working within a budget. Ultimately, the decision between dental bridges and dental implants should be based on an individual’s needs and preferences, and we’ll work with you to decide the best solution to meet your circumstances.

Bring Your Smile Back with Dental Bridges

At our office, we love restoring our patients’ smiles and giving them pride in the way they look. We provide an attentive and judgment-free environment from beginning to end for comfortable, assuring dental bridge treatments. To schedule a consultation with our team, contact us today. We’ll help determine if a dental bridge is the right fit for you and leave you with something to smile about.