Dental Bridges Specialist

Integrated Aesthetic Dentistry -  - Prosthodontics

Integrated Aesthetic Dentistry

Prosthodontics & Periodontics located in Greenwich Village, New York, NY

If you have a missing permanent tooth that makes you feel self-conscious, you don’t have to live with it. At Integrated Aesthetic Dentistry in Greenwich Village, Gramercy Park, Murray Hill, and the Upper East Side of Manhattan in New York City, their experienced dentists offer dental bridges to fill in gaps left by missing teeth and restore your vibrant smile. Call the office to schedule an appointment or book a consultation online today.

Dental Bridges Q & A

What are dental bridges?

Dental bridges are restorations your provider offers to replace one or more missing permanent teeth. Bridges often contain an artificial tooth attached to two crowns, like caps that fit over your adjacent natural teeth. Implant-supported bridges consist of multiple artificial teeth attached to titanium posts your dentist surgically places in your jaw.

What are the benefits of dental bridges?

Some of the benefits you can experience after receiving dental bridges at Integrated Aesthetic Dentistry include:

  • A beautiful smile
  • No more tooth gaps
  • More self-confidence
  • Clearer speech
  • Less adjacent teeth shifting

Dental bridges look, feel, and function like natural teeth, as your dentist can match them to the color of your natural teeth. Bridges are also strong and long-lasting. 

Are dental bridges right for me?

If you’re missing one or more permanent teeth, a dental bridge might be the solution for you. Your dentist reviews your oral health history, evaluates your teeth and gums, and assesses the results from dental X-rays. They also discuss your preference and the way you’d like your smile to look.

What happens during dental bridge placement?

Before placing a dental bridge, your provider digitally scans your mouth so a dental lab can create a custom-fit bridge just for you. If you receive an implant-supported bridge, your dentist first numbs the treatment area and places dental implant posts into your jawbone.

When your custom dental bridge is ready, and after a period of healing as needed, your dentist can firmly secure the new bridge in place and make sure it fits properly before you head home. There’s no downtime after getting a dental bridge, so you can resume your normal routine right away.

How should I take care of a dental bridge?

To properly care for your dental bridge and ensure it lasts a long time, brush your teeth at least twice daily using fluoride toothpaste. Floss every day, avoid chewing on hard objects, and see the Integrated Aesthetic Dentistry team every six months for routine dental cleanings and checkups.

Don’t let a missing permanent tooth ruin your self-esteem when dental bridges can give you the full set of beautiful teeth you desire. Call the Integrated Aesthetic Dentistry office for an appointment or schedule online today.