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Dental Bridges in Brandon, MB

At Fieldstone Dental, we specialize in dental bridges. We offer several types of bridges depending on your individual needs and desires: traditional metal-based bridges, resin-based bridges, or tooth-colored ceramic bridges.

A dental bridge replaces one or more missing teeth by connecting to neighboring teeth for support. A traditional dental bridge will replace one missing tooth, while a partial denture would replace multiple missing teeth at once.

Who needs a dental bridge?

Dental bridges are often recommended when there’s not enough space for an implant due to tooth size or shape or other dental issues like receding gums or jawbone loss due to age or disease like osteoporosis or periodontitis.

They’re also ideal if you have an infection like an abscess which makes putting in an implant too risky right now because it could cause even more damage than what you already have; this is why it’s important to see your dentist regularly so they can catch any issues before they become bigger problems!

What are the advantages of dental bridges?

Dental bridges have no known risks or complications as long as they are maintained properly by regular dental visits (about every six months) to ensure they stay healthy and strong over time like any other tooth in your mouth.

Another great thing about having a dental bridge is that it doesn’t require any injections like many other types of procedures do. However, it does require general anesthesia, so make sure to discuss this with your dentist ahead of time so they can make sure everything goes as planned during your appointment.

Finally, another benefit of getting a dental bridge is that it lasts much longer than other tooth replacements options like partial dentures do since it connects directly onto your natural teeth instead of sitting on top like those do. However, the downside is that they tend to be more expensive than other tooth replacement options because they require more materials and labor-time than others do.

How long do dental bridges last?

A dental bridge can last anywhere from 5 to 10 years depending on how well you take care of it at home with proper brushing and flossing routine along with visiting your dentist regularly for checkups and cleanings!

Choosing to get a dental bridge will give you many benefits over simply living with a missing tooth—so don’t hesitate any longer! Make an appointment today and see how much better your smile can look and feel tomorrow!

We look forward to caring for your smile!

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