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Prosthetic Bridge is a novel prosthetic that replaces missing teeth seamlessly and naturally. It is a dental prosthetic that bridges the gap between natural teeth, providing aesthetic and practical benefits. Sakura Dental Clinic wants customers to grasp this revolutionary dental restoration alternative and feel confident choosing the Prosthetic Bridge.

1.What is a prosthetic bridge?

A dental or prosthetic bridge replaces one or more missing teeth. It is a fixed dental prosthesis supported by natural teeth or implants. A prosthetic bridge is a popular option for people who lose teeth due to decay, gum disease, or injury.

The bridge has two primary parts: the pontic and the abutments. Abutments are on natural teeth or dental implants that support the bridge, whereas the pontic is the prosthetic tooth that replaces it.

Dental Bridge

2. What are prosthetic bridge benefits?

2.1. Restoration of a natural grin

It is a significant benefit of the bridge. A seamless, natural-looking grin is achieved by customizing the bridge to fit your teeth color, shape, and size. This can enhance your self-esteem, making you grin and converse easily.

2.2. Enhanced oral functionality

Missing teeth can impair chewing and speaking. The bridge replaces missing teeth, allowing you to eat and speak normally. This lets you eat various healthy foods and socialize without feeling self-conscious, improving your quality of life.

2.3. Preservation of facial structure

Losing a tooth can displace and rearrange neighboring teeth, changing facial shape. This can cause drunkenness and premature aging. Bridging the gaps with a prosthetics bridge prevents the neighboring teeth from moving. This keeps your face’s natural structure and contour, making you look younger.

2.4. Durable

Prosthetic bridges survive a long time. With good care and regular dental checkups, a bridge can endure for years and provide a stable tooth loss solution. Prosthetic bridges are fixed and need not be cleaned or maintained like dentures. This makes replacing missing teeth easy.

2.5. A prosthetic bridge

It replaces the appearance and function of lost teeth and improves dental health. When a tooth is lost, the adjacent teeth may misalign, making cleaning harder. This can cause tooth decay, gum disease, and other oral health difficulties. A dental prosthetics bridge uniformly distributes biting and chewing forces by bridging gaps, minimizing tooth strain, and improving dental hygiene.

Cantilever Bridge

3. How do prosthetic bridges work?

Multiple dental bridge appointments are needed for the bridges. The initial consultation will involve our dentist assessing your oral health, taking tooth impressions, and choosing the best bridge. Reshaping the abutment teeth or putting dental implants to support the bridge may be necessary.

After preparations, a dental lab makes the personalized bridge. The bridge will be fitted and adjusted for optimal operation and looks on your next appointment. Before cementing the bridge, our dentist will verify the bridge’s fit, bite, and aesthetics before cementing it.

4. How long do prosthetic bridges last?

Its longevity depends on materials, dental hygiene, and patient oral health. An average well-maintained bridge lasts 10–15 years. Some bridges might survive longer with proper care and dental checkups.

Material affects prosthetic bridge longevity. Dental bridges can be composed of porcelain, metal alloys, or both. Patients like porcelain bridges for their natural look and longevity. Metal alloy bridges are strong and durable. Our dentist will advise you on the appropriate material for your case.

Oral hygiene also affects the bridge’s lifetime. Maintaining your bridge requires regular brushing, flossing, and mouthwashing. To avoid decay and gum disease, clean around the bridge to remove food particles and plaque.

The bridge longevity also depends on the patient’s dental health. Healthy gums and bone structure increase bridge longevity. Gum disease and bone loss weaken bridge supports and reduce durability. To prolong a prosthetic bridge, oral health issues must be addressed first.

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