Bridge on Implants

Why Replacement is Important

 

Attractive, healthy teeth plan an important role in our general health and well-being. You look and feel confident when smiling and laughing with friends and family, anytime and anywhere. Strong teeth enable you to eat favorite foods, which is so important when maintaining a healthy diet.

There are many reasons why people lose more than one tooth, such as illness, an accident, or simply inheriting poor teeth. This can have a serious impact on your quality of life, and it determines how you approach your continued dental health in the future.

Your teeth do not stand alone. They are part of a complex, integrated system. That is why each individual tooth plays such an important role. Every single tooth ensures, for example, that the teeth in front and behind stay aligned.

When we chew, a healthy tooth strengthens the quality of the jawbone and helps prevent bone loss. Missing teeth, on the other hand, can cause the jawbone to shrink. This is because the bone is no longer stimulated during chewing. Physical changes to the face are a frequent result, and you begin to look older than you really are.

How it Works

 

A ceramic bridge is used to replace any tooth that is missing or beyond repair. It is individually made to match the shade and contour of your natural teeth, so practically no one can tell the difference.

Bridge on implants uses modern technology. A durable bridge with natural-looking replacement teeth is securely positioned on dental implants. Healthy, adjacent teeth are left untouched. Dental implants are strong, biocompatible fixtures made of titanium, that act just like natural tooth roots.

Advantages of Implants

 

  • Successful & Trusted- Dental implants are an accepted dental practice for over 40 years, and they are a successful and trusted method of tooth replacement.
  • Act Like Your Natural Tooth- You do not feel the difference between your natural teeth and the tooth implant. Your implant will provide stability and comfort, and can actually last a lifetime with proper care and good oral hygiene.
  • Minimally Invasive- Your adjacent healthy teeth are untouched, because, unlike conventional bridge, there is no need to grind down adjacent natural teeth.
  • Maintain Natural Bone- An implant will minimize further bone loss due to bone stimulation, which is one of their most important advantages.