Bridges are laboratory-made devices crafted from porcelain and gold alloys. They are used to fill spaces left by extracted or missing teeth. Teeth adjacent to a space are used to support additional "false" teeth.
This is a two-visit procedure which can make a great improvement to the look and feel of your mouth.
Implant - secured bridges
If you are missing several teeth or your remaining teeth aren’t strong enough to support the additional loading that a bridge demands, then the placement of one or more dental implants might be ideal for you.
Dental implants can provide extra support for a bridge, allowing us to restore more complex and demanding cases.
What are the benefits of securing a bridge on dental implants?
It is often the most conservative way of supporting a bridge because there is no need to prepare adjacent natural teeth and the longterm success rates are excellent.