Missing a tooth can affect your bite, confidence, and oral health.
Dental bridges are a natural-looking and long-lasting way to replace missing teeth.
Our dentists at Premier Dental & Implant Center in Orland Park, IL, provide hand-finished bridges from a trusted local lab.
What Sets Dental Bridges
Apart as a Solution?
Dental bridges are an important component of dentistry used to mimic the look and function of natural teeth. Bridges can be supported by neighboring teeth or dental implants, and offer an excellent remedy for many patients with missing teeth. Bridges differ from partial dentures in that bridges typically only replace one to three teeth, while partial dentures can replace more.
High Quality at an Affordable Price
Many people worry that a dental bridge might look obvious to others. Our Orland Park, IL, dental team works closely with a local lab to create custom-made, hand-finished dental bridges that look just like your natural teeth.
At Premier Dental & Implant Center, we believe that repairing your smile should be easy on both you and your wallet. Our staff will work with your insurance provider to secure the best possible coverage. If you are uninsured, we work with CareCredit®, a third-party lender that offers low-interest and interest-free payment plans.
How Is a Dental Bridge Created?
Our dentists at Premier Dental & Implant Center provide hand-finished bridges from a trusted local lab.
No Need to Worry About Pain or Discomfort
It's natural to feel anxious before a dental procedure. Our Orland Park, IL, dentists always prioritize your comfort. If you feel apprehensive about your appointment or have trouble sitting for long periods, we offer IV sedation and oral conscious sedation to help you feel calm and comfortable under our care.
Caring for Your Dental Bridge
Avoid Certain FoodsHard foods like nuts and popcorn kernels can damage your dental bridge, leading to a need for further work. Sugary, sticky substances like caramels and hard candies can get stuck under your bridge and lead to cavities and gingivitis. These foods aren't off limits, but be mindful of the teeth you use to chew certain foods, and make sure to clean under the bridge as part of your dental hygiene routine.
Practice Good Oral Hygiene
Maintain your dental health by brushing your teeth thoroughly twice a day and flossing at least once daily. Pay special attention to the area around the crowns, pontics, and abutment teeth. You should also purchase special floss to use under your dental bridge.
Is an Implant-Supported
Bridge Right for You?
If you elect to receive a dental implant-supported bridge, you will need to first undergo implant placement. This involves a three- to six-month recovery period as the implants fuse to the bone tissue. Once you have healed, we can provide your permanent bridge. Many patients choose this option because it eliminates the need to crown healthy teeth, and the implants provide stimulation that prevents bone atrophy in the jaw.
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