Krystle Fenton, DDS

Dental Bridges

Restore the look of your smile, after losing teeth, with dental bridges. Restorative and cosmetic, dental bridges offer an excellent method for replacing missing teeth, filling gaps, and giving patients a beautifully complete smile.

Krystle Fenton, DDS

Dental Bridges

Restore the look of your smile, after losing teeth, with dental bridges. Restorative and cosmetic, dental bridges offer an excellent method for replacing missing teeth, filling gaps, and giving patients a beautifully complete smile.

Why Choose Us for Dental Bridges in Elk Grove?

We’re glad you asked. Our dental practice is committed to giving every patient the care they deserve. As a patient-focused office, our primary goal is helping you achieve your dental goals, whether that be to have a fuller smile with dental bridges, a healthier smile with routine cleanings, or to enhance your pearly whites with the help of professional teeth whitening using Opalescence teeth whitening.

Next to receiving personalized care, our dentist, Dr. Fenton, stays up to date with the latest technology allowing Laguna Vista Dental to correct dental problems more comfortably for the patient. If you’re ready to take the next step towards replacing missing teeth and getting the smile you desire, don’t wait, contact us today to schedule a consultation.

Single Tooth Dental Bridge

What Are Dental Bridges?

Dental bridges are crowns used to replace missing teeth. Unlike dentures, bridges will use your remaining adjacent teeth for their support structure. This generally means that the support teeth will need to be in optimal health to ensure the longevity of the bridge.

Bridges are fixed dental appliances used to replace one or more missing teeth. Teeth will need to be missing in the same location for bridges to be effective. This dental restoration is traditionally made of a porcelain crown fused to metal. The porcelain creates a more natural appearance that mimics the look of your actual teeth.

Preparation is key when creating and fitting bridges. Because these use your existing teeth to support its critical that the dental restoration not only fits perfectly but that it is shaped to match your remaining teeth, an impression of your teeth and recontouring will be needed to ensure exact fitment. Typically, a patient’s bridge can be fitted, created in as little as two days.

Benefits of Bridges

If you’re considering bridges for cosmetic reasons, you’re probably curious as to their advantages over other forms of restorative dental treatments such as dental implants or dentures. Bridges offer significant advantages over different types of restorations. Most patients find that bridges are comfortable, look natural, and provide a stronger bite. Take a look at the benefits you may encounter when choosing bridges for completing your smile.
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Can replace multiple teeth.
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Can be placed completed in two days or less.
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Healthy bite (allows you to enjoy more foods).
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Prevent remaining teeth from shifting.
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Looks natural.
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More affordable.
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Maintain face structure, reducing jaw bone loss.

There are many reasons a patient may consider tooth replacement. Some of these range from preventing alignment issues to allowing you to eat the foods you’d like. Though no matter why you are considering replacement, Laguna Vista Dental can help you on the journey.

Are you considering restorations to replace missing teeth? Are you curious if dental bridges are the best option for you? Don’t wait to get the fuller smile you desire; contact us today for a consultation.

Confident Woman After Dental Bridges

Has Eating or Speaking Become a Challenge?

When missing teeth, one of the most significant challenges a patient will have is difficulty eating or speaking. Teeth play a significant role and how we chew and how we communicate.

When multiple teeth go missing, it can greatly affect our ability to do both. Aside from the cosmetic issues that can make anyone feel self-conscious, correcting gaps in the smile due to missing teeth can help keep your smile healthier and to function better.

Bridgework Results On Patient

Replace Missing Teeth for a Complete Smile

For those struggling with missing teeth, it can feel like a constant reminder that their smile is incomplete. You may worry that more teeth could be lost, or wonder what others are thinking if you smile and they see a gap. If you’re struggling with missing a tooth, would like to maintain excellent oral health, or regain your confidence, dental bridges can provide a solution.

To learn if dental bridges are right for you, a consultation with our dentist, Dr. Fenton, is the first step. Schedule an appointment today and learn how replacing missing teeth can benefit your smile.

Elk Grove Dentist, Krystle Fenton

Our Promise To You

At Laguna Vista Dental, we promise that every patient will receive world-class care when visiting our office. We make it a point that you are comfortable throughout the entire procedure and visit. Comfort and a high level of care are top priorities, along with meeting your expectations.

We understand that the choice in dentists can make all the difference in how you feel during the visit and the outcome you’ll receive. We strive for patient satisfaction and work incredibly hard to exceed all expectations.

Complete Your Smile With Dental Bridges, Contact Us Today!

Gaps in a smile can affect function, as well as appearance. If you’re struggling with missing teeth and desire a complete smile, our dentist, Dr. Fenton, is here to help. Our office is proud to offer restoration solutions, including dental bridges, to give our patients back their confidence and achieve a fuller smile they can be proud to show off. Fill gaps in your smile, and enhance its appearance with dental veneers by contacting Laguna Vista Dental in Elk Grove now.

FAQs

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Is a Bridge Better Than an Implant?

Depending on the patient’s specific dental situation, bridges can be a better choice than implants. They require less time for recovery and healing, are more affordable, and can prevent damage and further alignment issues. Each restorative treatment has its benefits, knowing if bridges are right for you starts with a consultation.

How Many Teeth Can Be on a Bridge?

Bridges are very versatile. They can be used to replace two, three, four, or more teeth as long as there are teeth available to support the crowns. For bridges that lack the support of your natural teeth, dental implants can be used.

How Long Does a Dental Bridge Last?

How long your bridge will last depends on the wearer and how well they care for the dental device and teeth. Most patients can expect their bridges to last 5 to 15 years without issue. To get the maximum lifespan from your dental bridge at-home brushing and flossing and visits to your dentist are recommended.

Can I Chew Gum With a Dental Bridge?

We recommend that those with any type of permanent orthodontic such as bridges, and crowns, to avoid chewing gum. Chewing gum can cause fixtures to loosen or to create decay, which could lead to a bridge replacement. Likewise, you should also avoid overly chewy or sticky foods, including fruit snacks and candies.