12395 El Camino Real #101, San Diego, CA 92130, United States
"People Love Us On Google"
140+ ★★★★★ Google reviews

Radiant Dental Arts World Class Dentistry

Dental Bridges in San Diego CA

Most people suffer from teeth loss at some point in their life. Though, there is nothing to worry about as constant evolution in the field of modern dentistry has led to the availability of numerous teeth replacement treatment options. Dental bridges are one such option that can perfectly replace your missing teeth. If you have lost a single tooth or multiple teeth, contact us. We will first assess all aspects of your situation and guide you throughout the process of undergoing the teeth replacement treatment that suits your specific needs. Dental bridges have become a popular choice due to the benefits offered, convincing appearance, and affordability.
dental bridge

Dental Bridge Options

A dental bridge can be defined as a device that is used to replace missing teeth. Dental bridges can be categorized under two major headings – removable dental bridges and fixed dental bridges.

The fixed bridges are applied by bonding the artificial teeth directly to the abutment teeth or by placing dental crowns on the abutment teeth. On the other hand, the removable bridges are attached to the teeth with precision attachments or with metal clasps.

Therefore, if you have one or multiple missing teeth, do not ignore the issue for long. It does not just create a dent in your overall appearance but can also hamper your oral health. Your teeth play a vital role in the execution of daily activities such as speaking and eating. Hence, suffering from teeth loss can make you face difficulty in doing these things. Going for the teeth replacement option is a must. Fixed dental bridges can be a great way to replace your missing teeth.

What exactly is a Bridge or Fixed Partial Denture?

A dental bridge or a fixed partial denture is a device that can be used to fill the gap that is created due to tooth loss. The fixed dental bridge once bonded into the proper position can only be removed with the help of a dental professional. This is not the case with removable bridges. As the name suggests, removable bridges can be easily removed for cleaning or maintenance purposes. You need to know that the fixed bridge is much more stable if compared with the removable bridge.

Why do I need a Dental Bridge?

A proper appearance and oral functionality are the major reasons to wear dental bridges. Wearing a dental bridge supports your cheek and lips. Losing a tooth at the back can have an impact on your facial structure and make your face look older.

Another important reason to get dental bridges is your dental health. The human teeth are designed to support and complement each other. Loss of teeth puts unnecessary stress on the oral tissues and your gums. This can in turn be the reason for serious dental problems in the days to come. Missing teeth is considered to be a potential factor for suffering from gum problems. It also causes speech disorders. Draw an end to such issues with the help of dental bridges.

How is a Dental Bridge attached?

Completion of the process of getting a dental bridge doesn’t take more than two to three appointments. During the first appointment, our dentist Dr. Avina will prepare the teeth on either side of the gap by removing a portion of the dentin and enamel.

As the bridge must be handcrafted in a very specific manner to ensure the correct bite and match the adjacent or opposing teeth. Due to this reason, the impressions of the teeth are taken and ultimately sent to the laboratory for the construction of the dental bridge.

The space left by the missing tooth is cemented by the fixed dental bridges. A false tooth or a dental prosthesis is used to replace the missing tooth. The dental crowns are cemented onto the natural teeth to provide proper stability or support to the dental bridge.

What materials are used for Dental Bridge?

Certain materials are used to make dental bridges. These materials include gold alloys, porcelain, or a combination of all such materials. It is to be noted that porcelain is sometimes bonded with non-precious and precious metals to make dental bridges.

How do I take care of my Dental Bridge?

Dental bridges can be maintained easily. All you gotta do is just maintain a proper oral hygiene routine. Brush at least twice a day, floss regularly before brushing, rinse your mouth with a mouthwash. This will help to clean the bridge and the surrounding area clean.

SCHEDULE A CONSULTATION

Come in for a consultation and find out all about the best cosmetic dentist in San Diego, CA. Let Dr. Avina help you own your smile.