A dental bridge is a false tooth that is held in place by the abutment teeth on either side of the gap. These can be either in porcelain or Zirconium to aesthetically blend in with your natural teeth. Cost starts at $3,250 with financing options available!
First Class Dental Bridges
A traditional bridge is the most popular type of dental bridge and can be used when you have natural teeth on both sides of the gap created by your missing tooth. A traditional dental bridge consists of a false tooth or teeth being held in place by dental crowns that have been cemented onto each of the abutment teeth.
As the name implies, implant-supported bridges use dental implants as opposed to crowns or frameworks. Typically, one implant is surgically placed for every missing tooth, and these implants hold the bridge in position. If one implant for each missing tooth isn’t possible, the bridge may have a pontic suspended between two implant-supported crowns.
When you have a missing tooth or missing teeth, it can affect you in a number of ways. A dental bridge can address those changes, including:
- restoring your smile
- restoring the ability to properly chew
- restoring your speech and pronunciation
- maintaining the shape of your face
- re-adjusting your bite to properly distribute the force when you chew
- preventing your remaining teeth from moving out of the correct position
Anatomy of Dental Bridge
A bridge is made up of two or more crowns for the teeth on either side of the gap — these two or more anchoring teeth are called abutment teeth — and a false tooth/teeth in between.
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Costs & Financing
For Single Tooth Implants
Dr. Moguel provides all of his patients with a 12% discount for all cash payments!
Dr. Jose Moguel provides third-party financing options for patients that reside in the United States and that who’s credit rating will qualify.
The financing company he uses is one of the very best that are able to accommodate individuals with FICO scores under the 600s. To learn more about our financing options and how these can help you get all of your dental implants, please contact us by phone, email, live chat or text to obtain the details.
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