Bridges have long been used to discreetly replace missing teeth without sacrificing dental performance or aesthetics. A dentist may recommend a conventional bridge for a number of reasons, including to prevent remaining teeth from drifting into the space vacated by missing teeth. Bridges are also effective for chewing, speaking, and cosmetic purposes.
What is a Conventional Bridge?
Traditional bridges are non-removable appliances that take on the appearance and function of natural teeth. They are composed of artificial teeth that are personalized to fit the size, shape, and color of a patientís natural smile. These artificial teeth are attached to a bridge that is separated by two crowns. The crowns are made to fit over anchor teeth at either side of the space the missing teeth once occupied. Once the crowns are cemented in place, the bridge can remain in place for many years to come.
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