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Bridge the gap left by your missing tooth.
What are dental bridges?
Individual teeth play an important role in your ability to speak, chew, and maintain proper alignment of nearby teeth; and when you’re missing a tooth all of these abilities can go awry. Fortunately there are a few options at Advanced Dental Group in Hoboken, New Jersey for replacing a missing tooth including dental bridges.
A dental bridge is a device that bridges the gap when a tooth (or teeth) are missing. There are two types of bridges; fixed, and removable. Fixed bridges are bonded into place and can only be removed by a dental professional. Removable bridges on the other hand can be taken out by whoever, whenever. A fixed bridge done at Advanced Dental Group in Hoboken, New Jersey will offer you more stability than a removable one.
The entire treatment will take two to three simple appointments to complete. And afterwards you will need to brush and floss your bridge along with your natural teeth at normal intervals.
What are the benefits of dental bridges?
Losing a tooth can severely impact the support your lips and cheek need, causing them to sink or sag. Bridges by Advanced Dental Group in Hoboken, New Jersey can help with that. Additionally, missing teeth can cause an elevated risk of gum disease, as well as some speech disorders. Bridges can help with that, too.
Bridges are incredibly important for your overall dental health. While a tooth is missing you open yourself up to a number of potentially harmful disorders, which is why a bridge made at Advanced Dental Group in Hoboken, New Jersey is so helpful for your oral health.
Looking to book a dental bridge procedure in Hoboken, New Jersey? Contact Us online today to schedule an appointment at Advanced Dental Group.
We offer high-quality and affordable Dental Bridges. Book your visit at Advanced Dental Group of Hoboken located in Hoboken, New Jersey.
Restore the affected tooth's size, shape, appearance, and strength.
Replaces a lost or extracted tooth and proven to improve oral health.
Synthetic teeth that are custom-made to replace missing teeth.
A way to save an infected tooth from extraction.
Root Canal Treatment
A filling is used to treat a small hole, or cavity, in a tooth.