We Can Repair The Gaps Left By Missing Teeth

Dental Bridges Columbia, SC

Dental bridges not only appear to look like natural teeth but they also function as natural teeth.

Dental Bridges

When it comes to replacing missing teeth, you have several possible options to consider. Fortunately, we can help find the option you need to restore your smile. One such option is a dental bridge. A dental bridge can help fill the gap of a missing tooth, connecting the two teeth together and strengthening the implant.

Instead of living with the gap, we can restore the appearance of your smile and ensure the artificial tooth functions like a natural one. This way, you can continue to eat and drink without the awkward feeling of a gap between your teeth.

Along with filling the gap between your teeth, a dental bridge can help to prevent the other teeth from shifting out of alignment. When a patient has a missing adult tooth, the other teeth will move out of alignment and attempt to fill the gap. This will increase the risk of crooked teeth, bite issues, and other oral health problems.

With a dental bridge, we can help to prevent these alignment issues. A dental bridge offers several benefits in comparison to other tooth replacement options. Dental bridges remain in place and do not require extra care. Patients can laugh and smile without fear of the dental bridge coming loose, as opposed to dentures.

You will also only have to brush their teeth and the dental bridge as with your regular routine. Along with checking the dental bridge, we will provide regular checkups to ensure the other teeth are healthy.


Davis & Dingle Family Dentistry

At Davis & Dingle Family Dentistry in Columbia, we work to customize your treatment to match your needs and schedule where possible. Our professional staff aims to create a calm atmosphere for you during the appointment and treatment process. We will identify any dental issues you are struggling with and work with you to find the solution that works best for you.

Our staff seeks to create a comforting environment at the office to ease patients into the procedure. We can help prevent damage to your teeth and set you on track for a lifetime of quality oral health. At Davis & Dingle Family Dentistry, your dental health is our prime concern.

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