Dental Bridges – Dallas, TX

Helping Your Teeth Make Connections

Missing even a single tooth can seriously hinder your ability to talk and eat, in addition to the impact that it can have on your appearance. Even missing just one of your back teeth can change the structure of your face and may make it substantially harder to prepare the food you eat for digestion.

If you live near Dallas, a dental bridge from Soleil Dental can help your teeth make connections, restoring your smile to complete perfection. Give us a call today and we’ll let you know about how this can happen for you.

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Why Choose Soleil Dental For Dental Bridges? 

  • Bilingual Dental Team Who Can Listen to your Needs
  • Advanced Imaging Technology for Beautiful, Realistic Restorations
  • Comfortable Office that Makes Treatment a Pleasure

What is a Dental Bridge?

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Generally speaking, a dental bridge consists of one or more false teeth sandwiched two of your natural teeth. How it’s attached varies depending on the variety of bridge that you’re getting, but each variety is designed to effectively replace a few of your teeth either a ceramic simulation. This means that bridges are usually recommended for patients missing a few teeth right next to each other.

Types of Dental Bridges

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There are two main types of dental bridges: traditional and implant. We’ll be able to tell you more about what kind is ideal for you when we meet you in person. Until then, here’s what you should know about the variety of dental bridges available to you.

Traditional Dental Bridges

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Traditional dental bridges secure in place via two dental crowns, small “caps” that can be placed on top of the existing teeth. Both the crowns and the false teeth will appear incredibly realistic, and can be completed without any kind of surgery.

Implant Bridges

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Implant bridges are dental bridges connected to dental implants. A row of false teeth are attached to two or more metal posts that are surgically implanted into the jaw. This provides them with a remarkable amount of durability, and unlike traditional dental bridges you won’t have to make alterations to any of your natural teeth.

The Benefits of Getting a Dental Bridge

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Neglecting to replace a missing tooth can cause all kinds of problems. Your teeth are valuable tools for grinding up your food effectively and preparing them for digestion, and missing even one can impair your ability to get all the nutrients possible from your food. It’s also possible that if you leave a gap in your smile other teeth will rush to fill it, creating a misalignment.

Replacing your teeth with a dental bridge affords you greater bite strength, increased confidence, and saves you from potential oral health problems down the line.