Dental Bridges

Complete Your Smile With Fixed or Removable Bridges!

Dental bridges are an excellent choice for anyone looking to restore their smile due to missing teeth. These can be fixed or removable, offering a natural appearance and many other benefits. We are proud to offer bridges at our dental office, and we can’t wait to help you achieve the smile you desire!

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Why is Soundview Family Dental Is The Best Choice in Edmonds For Bridges?

We know there are several dental offices to choose from in the area, and we are incredibly grateful our patients have chosen us for all their dental needs. We are committed to providing the best patient experience possible including making you feel comfortable throughout any procedure we do, as well as having a unique treatment plan designed with your dental needs in mind. Our staff will go above and beyond to ensure you get the best results for your dental bridge procedure.

Our team and dentists always stay up to date on the latest innovations in the dental field. We believe that this allows us to give optimal patient care as well as results are patients are thrilled about. We never stop learning and attending continuing education, seminars, and courses to provide you with, our patients, a broad range of dental services that can address any dental concern you may have.

We make it easy to schedule an appointment with our office. You may give us a call at (425) 563-6360, or you can request an appointment online, using our available book online feature.

Dental Bridges In Edmonds, WA

Why Are Dental Bridges A Great Option For You?

Traditional Bridge Vs Implant Supported Bridge
A dental bridge, as mentioned above, is used to fill a gap in your smile due to missing teeth. Bridges work well for one or two missing teeth, but not for replacing full arches or teeth that aren’t adjacent. Bridges work by attaching to neighboring teeth, using them as an anchor. There are two main parts to a bridge, the crowns and the pontic. Bridges can use your existing adjacent teeth if they are healthy, or in some cases, a dental implant can be installed and used as the anchor.

When getting a bridge, you have two options, whether you would like a removable bridge or a fixed bridge. Each has its own set of pros and cons. Fixed bridges provide a worry-free guarantee that the device won’t fall out, and is securely attached with bonding agents or dental implants. These can be more expensive. A removable bridge is great for easier cleaning when daily brushing or flossing.

Benefits of Dental Bridges

Regardless of which bridge you get, there are numerous reasons why a person would want to choose a bridge over a denture. A few of the benefits you can gain from having a dental bridge can include the following:
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Smile restoration.
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Restore the ability to chew food and speak properly.
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No glue or adhesive required as with dentures.
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Bridges provide a more natural appearance, versus dentures.
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Prevent bone loss, which can contribute to changes in facial shape.
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Prevent teeth from moving out of position, resulting in alignment problems, bad bites, crowding or gaps.
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Fixed bridges using dental implants offer a permanent solution to missing teeth.
With proper care, patients who have bridges installed can expect them to last up to 15 years, sometimes longer depending on the method of installation and what materials are used to construct the crown and pontic.

The Struggles Of Having Missing Teeth

Not everyone suffers from having a missing tooth or teeth, but it can happen to anyone. Whether you have had an injury, illness, or severe tooth decay that led to an extraction, missing teeth can weigh heavy on your self-esteem.

Your smile is one of the first things a person will notice about you, be it a co-worker, employer, friends, or any other potential relationship. Those that go into social situations confidently do get better results, in virtually all aspects of their life. Confidence is key. With missing teeth, a part of this confidence fades and is replaced with anxiety and worry that the other person is solely focusing on a visible flaw.

Luckily there is a solution to teeth replacement; dental bridges are an excellent choice for anyone who wants a full, natural-looking smile and to fill the gap of a missing tooth.

Woman Smiling After Bridgework Treatment

Regain Lost Confidence – Be Free To Be You!

Having a gap in your smile can take its a toll on your confidence, but it doesn’t mean you have to keep going through life disliking your smile. With dental bridges, you can have a permanent solution to missing teeth that look and feel exactly like your teeth. You will no longer have to worry about having your picture taken, or not being as carefree about smiling. Instead, you can focus on living your life to its fullest!

We Guarantee You Will Be Thrilled With The Results!

At Soundview Family Dental, we are committed to helping our patients achieve beautiful, healthy smiles. By providing the best patient care possible, combined with the latest techniques in the dental field, our dentists are able to achieve fantastic results, that we guarantee you will love, and can’t stop showing off!

FAQ

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Are dental bridges permanent?
There are two types of bridges, those that are removable and those that are fixed. A fixed bridge is a top option for those that want a worry-free solution to missing teeth that look more natural and won’t fall out. Most patients can expect to get 15 years out of the bridges, sometimes more with proper care.
How much does a dental bridge cost with insurance?
The cost of bridges depends significantly on what insurance company you have, and what type of bridge you have installed. Those that use dental implants and bridges may not be covered by insurance. Dental implants on average cost $2,500 to $3,500 each, and then the cost of the bridgework. For fixed or removable bridges using your own teeth are typically covered up to 50% by insurance; however, this will vary from plan to plan.
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Does a dental bridge hurt?
Dental bridges are a painless procedure. The area being worked on will be adequately numbed, and most patients report feeling no pain at all. Once the work is done to prepare the teeth for accepting the bridge, a temporary bridge will be fitted. There is only minor discomfort on the first day or two.
When should a dental bridge be replaced?
There is no set time that a dental bridge should be replaced. Typically patients will have a bridge replaced due to failure of the dental fixture. They can also be replaced if the teeth used to attach the bridge weaken or become decayed. In this situation, patients can have the decayed teeth removed and fitted with a dental implant as a new supporting structure.

Get a Beautiful, Complete Smile With Dental Bridges!

We Look Forward to Hearing from You!

Have you been putting off seeing the dentist to restore the appearance and function of your smile due to a lost tooth?

Today is the day to change all that! Soundview Family Dental is proud to offer solutions for missing teeth with dental bridges, providing excellent results that look so natural you won’t be able to tell they aren’t your real teeth.

Stop waiting to have the smile you deserve, contact us today for a consultation. You can make an appointment with our office by calling (425) 563-6360, or request an appointment online! It’s never too late to have the smile you desire, and Soundview Family Dental is here to help!

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