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Dental Bridges

If you have a missing tooth or multiple missing teeth, our Fredericton dentists can help restore your smile by placing a dental bridge.

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Dental Bridges, Fredericton Dentist

Renew Your Smile With a Bridge

A dental bridge is a natural-looking restoration that 'bridges' a gap of missing teeth in your mouth. 

Made up of one or more artificial teeth, the bridge is affixed to the teeth on either side of the gap to fill the space. Because they are custom-made just for you, dental bridges are barely noticeable and can restore the natural contour of teeth as well as the bite between the upper and lower teeth. 

A bridge helps to prevent your other teeth from shifting positions to fill in the gap, which could lead to more serious dental issues down the road, including gum disease. 

By repairing structural problems such as missing teeth using a bridge, our dentists can change your smile's appearance and help preserve your oral health.

The Bridge Procedure

The bridge procedure will likely require two dental appointments. First, your dentist will clean and re-contour your teeth. They will then take impressions that are sent to a specialized dental lab to begin creating your new dental bridge.

Once your bridge is ready, you will have your second appointment in which your dentist will then permanently place it by bonding it to your existing natural teeth, implants, or dental crowns that have been placed for this purpose.

Why Dental Bridges May Be Necessary

Each dental bridge is custom-made to fit your mouth. Because of the nice fit, it can give your teeth a smooth, natural look. 

Bridges can help restore the natural contour of your teeth, and also be an ideal solution if you are experiencing alignment issues between your upper and lower teeth. A bridge may contribute to preserving your general oral health as well as the appearance of your smile.

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We are accepting new patients! Our team is here to help you take the first step toward achieving better oral health outcomes.

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