Implant-Supported Bridges Provide a Permanent Solution to Rebuilding Your Smile
Our doctors at Dental Solutions in Warsaw, IN, provide a variety of high-quality restorative solutions for patients with severely damaged or missing teeth. Patients missing two or more teeth in a row can restore the appearance and function of their smile with implant-supported bridges. Compared to a traditional dental bridge, this restorative device provides unrivaled benefits. Implant-supported bridges are supported by two dental implants rather than your natural remaining teeth. One doctors are highly trained with years of experience placing dental implants, and can provide every stage of treatment within our office
What are Implant-Supported Bridges?
When significant tooth loss occurs, it is important to rebuild your smile quickly in order to prevent additional damage, such as shifting teeth, bone loss, and facial structural changes from occurring. An implant-supported bridge can effectively maintain your smile with life-changing benefits.
Whereas a traditional dental bridge is designed to rest directly on your remaining teeth and gums to bridge the gap left behind, an implant-supported denture is sustained by two or more dental implants surgically inserted into your jawbone on either side of the gap. Because dental implants are so stable, they can support larger bridges that would be unstable when relying on your natural teeth for support.
In addition to superior support and lasting results, an implant-support bridge is designed to strengthen your jawbone. Because dental implants replace the tooth roots, it is the only tooth replacement option available that closely resembles your natural teeth. Unlike traditional dental bridges, an implant-supported bridge can stimulate your jawbone with each bite you take, preventing bone degeneration and gum recession. In contrast, a traditional bridge can cause wear and tear and additional decay on your remaining teeth and can never achieve the same stability as an implant-supported restoration.