3 Ways Dental Bridges Can Improve Your Oral Health
Posted on 12/23/2021 by Dr. Dennison
If you have missing teeth, we may recommend that you get a dental bridge. With time, the spaces between your mouth caused by tooth loss can cause jaw deterioration. This is one of the problems that dental bridges can help avoid. Dental bridges offer solutions to individuals with missing teeth by filling in the gaps left. Here are ways that dental bridges can improve your oral health.
After losing your teeth, you might experience pain or discomfort when eating your favorite foods. This pain is mostly caused by surrounding teeth moving towards the open gap. In addition, food particles can accumulate in the open gap and cause damage to your gums. To prevent this potentially serious problem, we recommend that you get dental bridges. They will make it easy to chew food and get rid of the pain and discomfort you commonly experience. Schedule an appointment with us today and get your new dental bridges.
Restoring Your Smile
A smile is one of the most important features. However, with a missing tooth, smiling can be a challenge due to reduced confidence. You will find yourself hiding your smile in public and feeling self-conscious. Getting a dental bridge will help fix this problem and restore your smile. As a result, you will have an improved quality of life.
Prevents Jawbone Deterioration
Once you lose a tooth, your jawbone will start deteriorating. This happens because tooth roots stimulate the bone cells in the jawbone. The stimulation is important because, without it, the jawbone starts to deteriorate. The deterioration can worsen and lead to further tooth loss. Getting a dental bridge helps prevent this loss. Bridges provide the stability and stimulation needed to keep your jawbone in position. Contact our offices for more information on the benefits of dental bridges.
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