Dental Bridges in Plantation, FL
If you have one or more missing teeth, a dental bridge is a permanent tooth replacement solution that's comfortable, permanent, functional, efficient, and attractive. Many people lose a tooth (or teeth) over time due to accidents, decay and deterioration, and periodontal (gum) disease, and at Comfort Dentists, we're ready to provide this perfect solution and restore your healthy and confident natural-looking smile - often in just one day!
Benefits of Dental Bridges
There are various kinds of bridges that demand various techniques, but they all "bridge the gap" created by one or more missing teeth. The terms "bridge" and "crown and bridge" are interchangeable. A bridge always includes a replacement tooth supported by one or two crowned natural teeth.
Why Choose A Dental Bridge Restoration?
Dental bridges restore your smile and help maintain the natural shape of your face, avoiding that "sunken cheek" look that can accompany tooth loss.
Bridges help to distribute the force of your bite properly, thus preventing potential problems with your jaw alignment from developing due to even one missing tooth. This also prevents damage to your remaining natural teeth.
When you lose a tooth, or teeth, difficulty chewing can adversely affect your diet and therefore your health. Speaking clearly can be a challenge. Self-confidence can take a big hit. Bridges allow you to eat, speak, and smile with confidence.
When you have one or more missing teeth, teeth adjacent to the gap (and even teeth adjacent to those teeth) can easily stray out of position. Bridges prevent adjacent teeth from drifting, which would further compound problems with your bite and speech.
Choose our Plantation Restorative Dentists
At Comfort Dentists, our restorative dentists and professional team members have created literally thousands of successful beautiful bridges for our patients using premium quality materials and state-of-the-art techniques. Most of our work is done right here on our premises in a warm, welcoming, efficient and expert manner. Some patients who present special circumstances are referred to a trusted colleague for specialized care at a partnering practice. As certified sleep dentists, we're always ready to treat any anxious patients with relaxing medication (sedation dentistry). Your comfort and long-term dental health is our top priority.