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Dental Bridges in Garland, TX

Connecting The Gap To Your Perfect Smile

Dental bridges are one of the most common procedures sought out by our patients in Garland, Tx that meet the restorative and esthetic needs they seek. Dental bridges prominently fill in the gaps between your teeth while restoring their state of functionality and giving you a new, healthy smile.

As a leading cosmetic dentistry practice, Optima Dentistry not only provides exceptional results for dental crowns and bridges, but we also give you and every single patient a convenient, positive, and life changing experience.

Dental Bridges Restore Biting Functionality

Replacing teeth as soon as possible is key in reducing the likelihood of having other teeth shift out of place. Dental bridges fill in the gaps caused by tooth loss. Dental bridges are fabricated by using a series of dental crowns fused into a single appliance, the bridges then connect to the teeth positioned on both sides of the tooth gap, filling the open space and rising naturally above the gum line. Usually dental crowns are made by two or more dental crown units, depending on how many teeth are missing.

How Do I Know If I Need A Dental Bridge?

Having missing teeth can cause your other teeth to shift and move in order to fill the empty space. How? All your teeth work together! This is why it is crucial to fill any gaps via cosmetics or by the use of orthodontics.

As a matter of fact, the teeth in the opposite side of your jaw can either up or down to fill the space and can cause:

  • Difficulty chewing
  • Biting issues
  • Pain caused by extra stress on your teeth and jaw
  • self-conscious issues

Are Their Alternatives To Bridges?

If you’re not interested in a bridge, you may like the options of a denture, which our removable teeth. On the other hand, you may be interest in getting a dental implant. With this treatment, an implant is surgically placed into your jaw. Our cosmetic dentist can guide you in the right path on what the best option for your smile restoration is. Having missing teeth can cause your other teeth to shift and move in order to fill the empty space. How? All your teeth work together! This is why it is crucial to fill any gaps via cosmetics or by the use of orthodontics.  As a matter of fact, the teeth in the opposite side of your jaw can either up or down to fill the space and can cause:

  • Difficulty chewing
  • Biting issues
  • Pain caused by extra stress on your teeth and jaw
  • self-conscious issues