One or more missing teeth may be replaced by a dental bridge. Dental bridges are thought of as cosmetic, but they actually have an honest impact on the prevention of future dental issues.
People who have missing teeth are more likely to develop tooth decay, periodontitis, and mandibular joint disorder.Bridges will also help a person speak more clearly and smile more naturally, which will aid in the prevention of health issues.
- Dental bridges are small, lightweight, and provide excellent chewing comfort.
- They correct and redistribute the bite force that was compromised by missing teeth.
- A new dental bridge is usually easy and comfortable to start with.
- It helps to maintain the shape of your face and smile.
- It avoids shifting and moving of adjoining teeth and maintains all teeth in position.
- Enhances your natural speaking and eating abilities that might be compromised by missing teeth.
- Only two to three clinic visits are required to complete your bridge restoration.
- Dental bridges’ longevity and general prognosis is good if hygiene is maintained at a heightened level.
- For the long-term stability of your bridge, you make sure your remaining surrounding teeth stay strong and healthy.
- Until you are accustomed to your new bridge, you need to consume soft foods or chew small morsels.
- You shouldn’t eat a lot of sugary or other unhealthy foods because it will speed up the buildup of plaque and bacterial decay on your anchor teeth, which are already weak.
- After your bridge has been installed, you may experience sensitivity to eating hot or cold foods sometimes. Consult with us if this has not settled .
- A high level of oral hygiene is required in order to maintain the stability of your bridge.