If you need to replace several teeth in a row, one of our South Hadley implant bridges is an ideal solution. An implant-retained bridge restores 2-4 consecutively missing teeth by anchoring a fixed, multi-tooth bridge on top of a pair of dental implants for support. Because implants are so strong, they’re able to anchor a multi tooth bridge between them
Why Choose An Implant-Retained Bridge?
An implant-retained bridge in South Hadley, MA is designed to mimic the appearance and functionality of natural teeth. It offers improved speaking and eating capabilities. You won’t have to be concerned about a removable partial denture moving when you're speaking or eating, because implant-retained bridges are permanently set in place. Similarly, partial dentures may cause some wear in the teeth that help support them. Since dental implants stand independently of other teeth, they are non-invasive and preferred over removable prosthetics.
Most people experience bone deterioration after they lose teeth, causing changes in their facial profile and loss of support for their remaining teeth. Thankfully, the implant posts' stimulation contributes to the bone density, slowing the shrinking process and delaying premature aging.
Caring for Your Implant Bridge
It’s important that you brush and floss your dental implants and fixed bridge every day to keep the gum and supporting bone tissue healthy around your implants. We’ll provide you with instructions on how to best clean around your fixed restoration and see you twice a year for a professional cleaning to protect your investment. With the right care and maintenance, your implant bridge can potentially last for the rest of your life.
As the only permanent tooth replacement option, dental implants provide the best return-on-investment, regardless of how many missing teeth you may have.
Make an appointment with Dr. Douglas Leigh at Newton Street Dental in South Hadley, Massachusetts today to see if implant-retained bridges are the best option for your smile!
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If you're considering implant retained bridge, call our office to schedule a consultation to find out if you're a candidate for implant retained bridge.