Typically, a dental bridge lasts about 10 to 15 years and is held in place with dental crowns. However, for greater stability, a longer-lasting prosthetic, and a more lifelike appearance, your Albuquerque, NM, dentist can secure them with dental implants. In today’s blog, let’s talk about the benefits of an implant bridge.
Category: Implant Bridge
Using dental implants, we can secure custom-made prosthetics that address more substantial cases of tooth loss. For example, for those with three to four lost teeth in a row, we may be able to create and place a custom-made and long-lasting dental bridge. When should you see your Albuquerque, NM, dentist about our strong and… Read more »
If you have lost more than one tooth, then we can help with an implant-secured prosthetic. We want to make sure our Albuquerque, NM, residents continue to enjoy full and beautiful smiles, which means we can address your tooth loss by placing a lifelike prosthetic. How do we secure dental bridges with implant dentistry?
For those with multiple missing teeth, a dental bridge is often an excellent solution, offering 10 to 15 years of quality tooth replacement. But what if we could offer our Albuquerque, NM, patients an option that lasts much longer? With implant dentistry, we have an alternative to traditional bridges, one that could last decades and… Read more »
A traditional dental bridge is held in place with crowns and offers a quality solution for patients with one to three lost teeth. However, to offer our Albuquerque, NM, patients a more substantial and longer-lasting alternative, we may support one with dental implants. How do we create an implant bridge and what benefits will this… Read more »
Losing a single tooth means a single tooth dental implant for many of our Albuquerque, NM, patients. But what about more than one missing tooth? In some cases, we may suggest a lifelike and implant-secured dental bridge. Find out more about this prosthetic with today’s quiz.
While dental bridges have long been a popular and successful way for addressing tooth loss, today’s prostheses often come with something that bridges have never been able to provide – root-like anchors. When supported on one or more dental implant posts, a custom-designed dental bridge not only looks like your natural teeth, but also acts… Read more »
When a patient loses between one and three teeth in a row, a dentist may recommend a dental bridge to address the gap in his or her smile. However, what if we could provide a sturdier and more dependable dental bridge? We can do just that with an implant-retained bridge, which employs implant dentistry to… Read more »
In our last blog, we looked at replacing a single missing tooth. However, what if you’re missing more than one tooth? With an implant supported prosthetic, we can replace multiple missing teeth and restore function, health, and beauty to your smile. How does an implant bridge work?
Losing a single tooth can have an embarrassing gap in your smile. In addition, tooth loss can lead to misalignment and the loss of jawbone density, which further increases the risk of tooth loss. We have a number of options for replacing missing teeth, including dental bridges and dental implants. Which one is right for… Read more »