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Dental Bridges – Greeley, CO

Filling in the Gaps in Your Smile

Man walking with flawless smile after fixed bridge restoration

If you’ve lost one or more teeth, you already know how it can impact how your smile looks. But did you know that your missing teeth can also affect your oral and overall health? It’s important to replace them so that you can regain the full function, appearance, and health of your teeth. That’s where custom dental bridges in Greeley, CO can make all the difference. We are happy to offer this replacement option to restore your smile in every way.

What is a fixed bridge?

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A fixed bridge is a dental appliance that is used to replace one or more missing teeth. It has two dental crowns attached to the prosthetic tooth or teeth in the middle to help stabilize the replacement. A dental bridge is most often used for missing teeth between two healthy ones, which serve as anchors for the appliance. These healthy teeth have to be prepared in order for the bridge to be put in place. Dental implants can also be used as anchors for fixed bridges, if healthy teeth are not available.

What are the benefits of a fixed bridge?

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As a tooth replacement option, a fixed bridge has many advantages, including the following:

Am I a candidate for a fixed bridge?

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Unlike dental implants, which require an invasive procedure to place, fixed bridges are a great non-invasive tooth replacement option for most adults who have lost several teeth in a row. However, the best way to know that a fixed bridge is the right treatment option for you is to schedule a consultation with one of our experienced, talented dentists, who can review your specific case and help you decide which tooth replacement choice is right for you.

How do I care for a fixed bridge?

Luckily, a fixed bridge does not require much more care than your natural teeth do. Here are some tips to be keep in mind:

With the proper care, a fixed dental bridge can last between 8 and 15 years or perhaps even longer.

Our experienced team is committed to making sure you get the best treatment that dentistry has to offer. We look forward to being able to help you restore your smile and welcome you to contact us to schedule a consultation with us to discuss your replacement options.

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