Fixed Dental Bridge

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Three unit bridge made of ceramic fused to gold metal

If you are missing one or more teeth bridges are an ideal prosthetic to restore form, function, and prevent further damage. They can be placed anywhere in the mouth.

If you have lost one or more teeth you may have notice a change in your bite, movement of adjacent or opposing teeth, speech or inability to pronounce words correctly with out a lisp or slur. Teeth use both adjacent and opposing teeth for support. Over time movement occurs.
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Bridges are similar to dental crowns, made of metal fused to porcelain or ceramic. Unlike other dental prosthetics bridges are fixed and can only be removed by a dentist. As the name implies, bridges the gap of missing teeth and are either anchored to adjacent teeth or implant supported.

Product Summary

Bridges replace one or more missing teeth. Bridges restore function and alleviate biting stress. Bridges are crucial in maintaining the function and position of opposing and adjacent teeth.


  • Unlike other dental prosthetics bridges are fixed. They can only be removed by a dentist.
  • Bridges can be anchored by implants or the adjacent teeth.
  • Bridges help maintain facial form.
  • Bridges can replace one or more consecutive missing teeth.
  • ***If only one tooth needs to be replaced and adjacent teeth are healthy, the missing tooth can be replaced with a single Implant rather then a fixed bridge.

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Three unit bridge anchored to adjacent teeth