Restorative Dentistry

Dental bridges have proven to be a very good alternative to your traditional dentures because of the huge amount of benefits they provide. Unlike partial dentures which can be removed, dental bridges provide a more permanent restorative solution and with the help of dental implants they are able to mimic your natural teeth.

Let us look at the types of dental bridges that you can get in the present.

People today are given a number of options on how they want to proceed with their dental bridges. Dental bridge in Macquarie Park comes in different material each with their own unique feature that helps set them apart from each other.

This include your Traditional Dental Bridges, the Cantilever Bridges, Maryland Bridges and the Implant-Supported Bridges. It should be noted that the Traditional Dental Bridge is considered to be the most popular one out of the bunch.

With that being said, preference also plays a huge role in finding the right type of dental bridge to suit your needs so it is important for clients to work hand in hand with their dentist.

How many teeth can be replaced with a bridge?

An Implant-Supported bridge will be able to hold three to four teeth however, the procedure will be a bit more expensive making it important to prepare for them in advance.

Because of cost, a number of individuals want to know how long does a dental bridge last?

Dental bridge in Macquarie park

You may be pleased to hear that they can last five to 15 years and even longer with proper oral care and hygiene.



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