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About Dental Bridges

Replace Missing Teeth with Dental Bridges in Fort Saskatchewan

To replace missing teeth using dental bridges, Cornerstone Dental Centre is highly experienced and we are your complete reconstructive and restorative family dentist’s. The false tooth fused between two porcelain crowns in order to fill an area left by a missing tooth is known as a fixed dental bridge. Bridges are irremovable, unlike partial dentures.

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Importance of Replacing Teeth

The importance of replacing missing teeth is reiterated at Cornerstone Dental Centre. To compensate for the loss when a tooth is missing, other teeth tend to shift. If they are not properly supported they will work their way out of the socket. Harmful plaques are collected in stretched sockets and other hard-to-reach places during the shifting process. You can get cavities and gum diseases or probably something even worse. Your jaw joint can get damaged as your bite changes.

Custom Dental Bridges in Fort Saskatchewan

Replace your missing tooth with a bridge to avoid unwanted consequences. With the help of our skilled Fort Saskatchewan dentists, a model for the false tooth is created for you by preparing the teeth on both sides of the open space for the crown. While your permanent bridge is being prepared you get to wear a temporary bridge that has been prepared.

Enjoy a Natural Looking and Well Fitting Bridge

To be sure your bite is natural and comfortable, the new bridge is checked on your second appointment. The bridge will then be bound in place if the fit has been affirmed to be right. As a result of our discerning attention to detail, we make sure the color of your bridge matches the natural color of your adjacent teeth. The bridge is expected to last for 10 years or more if you observe good oral hygiene.

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