Restoring oral health includes repairing teeth and bringing the mouth back to a functional state. Dental bridges span the gap where there are missing teeth. On either end of the missing tooth, a crown attaches to the remaining teeth and in-between the anchoring crowns/teeth, false teeth fill the gap. The teeth between can be made from gold, alloy, or porcelain, or a combination of these materials.
Regardless of the type of bridge a patient receives, the restoration will have significant benefits. The new bridge will restore functionality and oral health. Thanks to new dental technology and aesthetic advances, dental bridges are virtually indistinguishable from natural teeth. A new dental bridge can help restore your smile and increase the effectiveness of your chewing and bite.
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