Dental Bridges – Lewisville, TX

Custom-Crafted Bridges to Restore Smiles to Their Original Beauty

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Missing several teeth in a row can have a very noticeable impact on your daily life, making it difficult to do basic tasks like eating and speaking. As a prominent concern among millions of Americans, missing teeth are one of the most common problems that we address here at Sehnert Precision Dentistry. We offer several trusted solutions to get your smile back in working order, including traditional and implant dental bridges in Lewisville. Call our office today to schedule a consultation and learn how our team can restore your missing teeth.

Why Choose Sehnert Precision Dentistry for Dental Bridges?

  • Combine with Dental Implants for Lifelike Results
  • Knowledgeable Dentist with 20+ Years of Experience
  • Affordable In-House Membership Plan Available

What is a Dental Bridge?

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Dental bridges are custom-designed restorations designed to replace anywhere from one to four missing teeth in a row. They’re comprised of two main parts: the crowns, which are attached to either end of the bridge to anchor it within the mouth, and the pontics, which are the free-standing replacement teeth located between the crowns. Once secured to the two existing teeth on either side of the gap in your smile, or to two dental implants, the bridge will act to close the space in your arch and restore your full row of teeth.

Types of Dental Bridges

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There are two different types of bridges that you can choose from based on your budget, goals, and ideal treatment timeline. Dr. Phillip Sehnert will walk you through each of your options, helping you decipher the pros and cons of each so you can make the best choice for your smile.  

Traditional Bridge

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Traditional bridges are known as a more cost-effective solution, as they don’t require any type of surgery to place. The crowns on either side of the restoration will be secured to your existing teeth, and with good maintenance, traditional bridges can last for anywhere from five to 15 years.

Implant Bridge

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Unlike traditional bridges, implant bridges are secured within the mouth by two dental implants, which are titanium posts that are surgically placed below the gumline and into the jawbone. This requires no alteration of your healthy natural teeth, and with good oral hygiene can last for 30 or more years.

The Benefits of Getting a Dental Bridge

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Dental bridges offer a wide range of life-changing benefits that you’ll be able to enjoy, including:

  • Ability to last for anywhere between five (traditional bridge) and 30 or more (implant bridge) years.
  • Easy to maintain and care for.
  • Can prevent surrounding teeth from shifting out of place to fill the gap in the smile.
  • Improved eating and speaking abilities.
  • Boosted confidence with a complete set of teeth.