What are Dental bridges?At Smile Hub Dental Clinic, we have the experience and knowledge necessary to combine the several sophisticated dentistry disciplines needed to produce dental bridges that not only look fantastic, but also operate well, are healthy, and last for many years.
A dental bridge may be utilised to fill up any gaps left by one or more lost teeth. The dental bridge essentially replaces the missing tooth with a gorgeous porcelain replica that is held in place by nearby teeth or dental implants. To provide the impression that the missing tooth erupts from gums like a real tooth is one of the most important talents in dental bridge placement. Nobody will ever be able to tell that you ever had a missing tooth because to the combination of our cosmetic dental expertise, gum surgery, and in-house implant dentist!
Ranges of dental bridgesTraditional Fixed Dental Bridge In order to fill the space left by a missing tooth, a "fake tooth" is bonded between two porcelain crowns in this instance. The fake tooth is held in place by two crowns that are affixed to your teeth on either side of it. A single or more lost teeth can be replaced with this kind of dental bridge.
Cantilever Dental Bridge A cantilever dental bridge may be used in sections of your mouth that are less stressed, including the front teeth. When the "fake tooth" is solely supported on one side, a cantilever dental bridge is used. Even if fewer teeth need to be treated, the end outcome is still aesthetically pleasing.
Resin Bonded Dental Bridge Your front teeth are almost always connected with a form of dental bridge. The fundamental advantage of this kind of dental bridge is that neither of the healthy teeth on either side needs to be prepared, if at all. The "fake tooth" is attached to "wings" made of metal or ceramic that are resin-bonded firmly to the supporting or "abutment" teeth. Only the porcelain, which looks exactly like a genuine tooth, is visible because the wings are concealed.
Implant Supported Dental Bridge The current method of replacing missing teeth is with implants. In the spot where the tooth root would have formerly been, an implant is inserted. If more than one tooth is gone, an implant-supported dental bridge may be utilised to repair it once it has bonded to the bone. Implants can be positioned, and an implant-supported dental bridge can be firmly secured, even if you lack teeth in one or both jaws.