Dental Bridges Toronto
Do you have multiple missing teeth and are embarrassed by the gaps? Do you have trouble eating all the things you used to before? Are you unhappy with the overall appearance of your smile? We understand the stress people feel when it involves their smile, and that’s why we’ve redefined dentistry. Here at our modern Toronto dental office, we don’t just provide quality care or general dental services – we provide an unforgettable experience. As soon as you step foot in our office, we strive to ensure you’re as comfortable as possible (as if you were at the spa!) We offer a wide array of cosmetic and restorative services for our patients looking to improve their smile and self-confidence with the help of a custom dental bridge, dental crowns, veneers and more
What Is A Dental Bridge?
Dental bridges are the perfect solution for patients with more than one missing tooth. Unlike a crown that just fits over one tooth in need of replacing, a dental bridge can replace multiple missing teeth in a row while attaching to your healthy teeth on either side of the gap (or to abutment teeth). The dental bridge can be made from different materials, but porcelain has always been a popular dental material because of its ability to look and feel just like natural teeth. But of course, during your appointment, our cosmetic dentistry specialists will discuss the best materials that suit your mouth the best.
The Benefits & Different Types Of Dental Bridges In Toronto
Other than its ability to restore your smile by replacing any gaps, there are many benefits when it comes to dental bridges, including:
There are a few ways we can help you achieve the smile of your dreams:
Traditional Fixed Bridges
Traditional fixed bridges are the most common type of bridge and are used to replace a missing tooth (or two) while the remaining teeth that are healthy support it. The two healthy teeth on either side of the tooth will be prepared (filed down) so the crowns can fit over top and the bridge is firmly supported. These bridges are typically made from porcelain fused to metal or ceramic, but again, we’ll discuss the best materials for you during your appointment.
Maryland Bonded Bridges
These types of dental bridges are commonly used to replace front missing teeth. Unlike a traditional fixed bridge, a Maryland Bonded Bridge is carefully constructed with metal or porcelain wings on the back of the false tooth that will be fixed behind two of the adjacent teeth. No preparation of abutment teeth is required to fit dental crowns.
Regain Control Of Your Smile Again With The Help Of A Custom Dental Bridge
The leading cause of tooth loss in patients is due to gum disease. Gum disease can easily be prevented if patients follow the proper oral hygiene routine, and, if caught early enough, we can work together to reverse the signs. Here at Dentistry On Wellington, we want to provide our patients with an experience like no other. By coming together and discussing the best possible solutions with our close-knit team, we aim to surpass your expectations during every single one of your visits with us. We care about your teeth as much as you do and we want you to feel confident and happy with your smile. By reserving your regular six-month checkups and maintaining healthy oral hygiene at home, we can keep your natural teeth in great shape throughout every stage of life.
Not Just A Dentist Appointment, But An Experience
If you have one or more missing teeth, our facility is fully equipped with the latest modern technologies in order to exceed your expectations. We always go the extra mile for our patients and strive to provide them with an experience unlike any other. We don’t just consider ourselves your dental clinic. We consider ourselves your true friend you can rely on for a lifetime. In other words, we want to change the game. We want to be here for you every step of the way and that includes helping you achieve the smile of your dreams. This can be accomplished with our high-quality dental bridges or dental crowns that are crafted from durable and stain-resistant porcelain, porcelain fused to metal, or ceramic. Reserve your experience with us today and we’ll tailor your treatment plan to suit your needs.