Importance of Dental Bridge

 


If you have several teeth missing, two or more dental implants can create the perfect foundation for a fixed bridge. Having several teeth missing can be distressing. Eating is difficult, restricting your diet and potentially causing nutritional problems. Then, there’s the embarrassment that many feel through having missing teeth. To make things worse, the tooth loss results in bone resorption. The Seminole Dental  in Texas City is conveniently located near MS Doss City Park and Seminole Hospital District is the   low cost dental office by me.

Dental implants are a revolution in the world of dentistry and provide many advantages over other options for replacing missing teeth. Implants allow you to have new teeth that look and feel like natural teeth. And, unlike a dental bridge, they don’t interfere with or damage neighboring teeth.

With dental implants firmly secured in the jawbone, the vital bone tissue in the jaw no longer deteriorates as the implant keeps the tissue dense, strong and healthy.

Maintain jaw structure

Your jawbone is preserved through the continual stimulation of chewing. When that is removed through tooth loss, the bone (reabsorbs) into the body. That same stimulation is achieved with an implant.

Avoid damaging natural teeth

When opting for a dental bridge, the adjacent teeth requires a fair bit of preparation in order to support the bridge, a considerable amount of tooth structure has to be sacrificed. For those with several missing teeth, dental implants provide a wonderful long-term solution. You’re provided with teeth that look and feel like your very own, that are both functional and extremely comfortable.

A common alternative is a dental bridge; however, again, this usually compromises the neighboring teeth as they are ground down for the bridge to be placed. And, you are faced with the issue of the gum and bone around the bridge area deteriorating, giving a visibly unpleasant effect.

As the bone area around the missing teeth deteriorate, the patient is left with minimal bone tissue, resulting in a sunken look to the face.

Call us at (432) 245-1100 or visit  https://dentalseminole.com/home  to schedule your appointment.

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705 Hobbs Hwye,
Seminole,
TX 79360 .

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