Have you lost one or more teeth? To restore your smile, ask Dr. Ross and Dr. Chmiel about a dental bridge in Franklin, Wisconsin. A dental bridge can close a gap in your smile by replacing a missing tooth or teeth.
What are the advantages of dental bridges?
Dental bridges have many benefits. They keep the remaining teeth from drifting out of place. A dental bridge can properly distribute your bite by replacing a missing tooth or teeth. Having a dental bridge can restore the appearance and function of your smile. A dental bridge can restore your ability to speak and chew properly.
How do I take care of a dental bridge?
Maintain a solid, healthy foundation for your bridge by upholding your oral health. Be sure to brush twice a day, floss once a day, and visit our dental office at least twice a year for your professional teeth cleanings.
Will eating with a dental bridge be difficult?
A dental bridge should make eating easier since the bridge replaces the missing tooth or teeth. Keep in mind that while you are adjusting to your new bridge, you should eat soft foods that are cut into small pieces.
How long will my dental bridge last?
Depending on how well you practice dental hygiene and keep your regular dental appointments, your bridge can last from 5 to 15 years, or even longer.
Contact our dental office at phone today to learn more and to set up your next visit with our dentists.