Living with missing teeth can impact your self-confidence and make eating and speaking clearly a chore.
A custom dental bridge from The Offices of Michael G. Molnar in Tarrytown, NY, can fill the gap in your smile and improve your oral health.
Learn how Dr. Molnar can create a life-like dental bridge that looks and functions just like natural teeth to restore your smile...
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What Are the Benefits of a Dental Bridge?
A bridge can improve all aspects of your oral wellness, including:
Once your bridge is in place, you should be able to bite and chew normally. Tough foods, such as steaks or chewy bread, will no longer be off-limits. Your speech may be clearer, as well, and you can speak with the confidence of knowing that your smile is whole and healthy again.
Long-Term Oral Health
Missing teeth can compromise the force of your bite, increasing your risk for temporomandibular joint (TMJ) disorder. A bridge can help distribute force evenly across all of your teeth. In many cases, it can also keep your teeth from shifting to fill the gap in your smile.
A complete smile looks younger and healthier. In turn, your whole face could appear more rejuvenated. You may enjoy especially great results when you visit Dr. Molnar in Tarrytown, NY, thanks to his many years of experience and highly trained artistic eye.
Traditional Bridges vs. Dental Implants Implants Offer Unmatched Benefits
A traditional bridge is an affordable solution to address tooth loss. This type of bridge can effectively fill the gap left by one to three missing teeth, but treatment requires permanently altering adjacent teeth. While more affordable, a traditional dental bridge does not provide the same benefits as a restoration supported by a dental implant.
When a tooth is lost, the lack of stimulation provided by the tooth roots causes the jawbone to deteriorate. Dental implants fuse to your jawbone, effectively stopping the jawbone atrophy. Because implants are anchored directly to your jawbone, an implant crown, bridge, or denture offers unparalleled stability while restoring your oral health.