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A Deeper Look into Dental Bridges


Posted on 1/10/2022 by Candice
A Deeper Look into Dental BridgesDental bridges are oral appliances used to replace missing or broken teeth. These appliances anchor themselves on your natural teeth on either side to keep the fake teeth in place. Dental bridges can either be removable (a person can take them out anytime) or fixed (they are permanently fixed in your mouth). To learn more about dental bridges, it is important to know the different types and how they work.

Types of Dental Bridges and How They Work


There are four types of dental bridges, with each one serving a specific purpose. A cantilever bridge is one of the commonly used dental bridges. This type requires only a single crown for support. It also involves a simple installation procedure that makes many patients choose it over others. It does minimal damage to your teeth during installation. The only setback with cantilever bridges is that their single crown could act as a lever, increasing the risk of jaw and tooth damage.

Traditional dental bridges are by far the most common type of dental bridge. These bridges can either be removable or fixed. They are effective in their role and have minimal disadvantages. Maryland bridges are another common type of dental bridge. Unlike other types, these are less invasive and steadier. It is anchored by porcelain frameworks metals that are attached to the back of your teeth. Even though Maryland bridges help preserve healthy teeth, they are not as secure as traditional and cantilever bridges. You can also opt for implant-supported bridges that use implants as anchors. This type of bridge is not common but is more secure.

To get the best out of any dental bridge, you need to take good care of them just like you would care for your natural teeth. You should maintain good oral hygiene to avoid damaging bridges through infections. Get in touch with us for more information on dental bridges.
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