Dental Bridges Baltimore, MD

Dental Bridges An Overview

A dental bridge has long been the replacement option when one or more consecutive teeth are missing. Anchored by existing teeth or new dental implants, a dental bridge can restore normal function and help you maintain your oral health for the long term. Baltimore dentist Dr. Byron Desbordes can design and place a custom fit dental bridge so that you can get back to enjoying life with a stable and functional smile.

Today’s dental bridges are typically fixed for a more secure restoration. A bridge can be anchored using your existing teeth or dental implants. When natural teeth are used, a dental crown is usually recommended to strengthen the tooth and provide a more stable support for the bridge. Dr. Desbordes will recommend the placement of dental implants if the existing teeth are damaged or considered too weak to effectively support a dental bridge.

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Dental Bridges What to Expect

Dr. Desbordes will meet with you to thoroughly evaluate your dental health and discuss your concerns and goals. If dental implants are recommended, he will create a treatment plan for the surgical placement of the implant post and a temporary bridge to restore function.

Once the anchor teeth are ready, impressions will be taken for use in fabricating your new custom dental bridge. In a couple of weeks time a new bridge will be ready to be permanently secured to the anchor teeth. Your new smile will complement your natural appearance and support lasting dental health.

Dental Bridges FAQs

How long does a dental bridge last?

With proper oral hygiene and routine dental care, you can expect your new bridge to last for 10 years or more. When anchored with dental implants, this may be even longer.

Are dental bridges covered by dental insurance?

A dental bridge is often covered in part by your dental insurance. Our office can work with you to determine your benefits and what your portion of the total cost will be.

Why choose Byron C. Desbordes DDS?