What are Dental Bridges and How Do They Work?

Are you facing the problem of missing teeth? Don't worry Your Cosmetic Dentist can solve the missing gaps having in your smile with the use of dental bridges. A Dental also is known as Pontic is an artificial tooth that is held in the place of missing teeth on either side of the missing place. Politics are made up of types of material such as Gold; they are usually made from porcelain that would blend in with your natural teeth.

Types of Dental Bridges include - Traditional Bridges, Cantilever, Mary Land, and Implant-supported. In this procedure, the Dentist will use Traditional dental bridge false teeth placed by the dental crown that will fit into each abutment teeth.

It is one of the most important types of dental bridges that can be used in the place of gaps created by your losing teeth. Cantilever Dental Bridge - like traditional bridge it will hold up where it is commented by missing teeth. In this procedure, you only need one natural tooth next to the missing tooth gap. Maryland Dental Bridge - is held by a dental crown that is commented by two natural abutment teeth on each side of the gap.

A Maryland bridge uses a framework made up of metal or porcelain that would be bonded to the back of abutment teeth. Implant-supported Dental Bridge - uses the dental implant as its framework. In this procedure, one implant will be placed on every missing tooth and it will hold the bridge in position .if one implant is not possible the bridge may have a pontic inserted between two implant-supported crowns. Implant-supported Dental Bridge requires two strategies one to embed the implant in the jawbone and the other is for surgery in place of the implant.

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