Dental bridges in Conway
If you are living with the discomfort of missing teeth in or around Myrtle Beach, Conway, or Grand Carolina Forest area of South Carolina, please contact the experienced dental bridge dentists at Carolina Center for Advanced Dentistry for an initial consultation.
Restoring beauty and functionality to your smile.
If you are missing teeth, the associated loss of function and aesthetic beauty can have a tremendously negative effect on your entire life. Missing teeth can not only cause you to feel self conscious and awkward, but can lead to myriad dental issues like misaligned bite, TMD, and even increase the risk of periodontal disease.
Dental bridges provide an optimal solution for missing teeth, and at Carolina Center for Advanced Dentistry, our Grand Strand dental bridge dentists have years of experience helping patients restore beauty and functionality to their smiles with benefits including:
- Restoration of chewing and speaking abilities
- Restoration of aesthetic beauty
- Maintaining the shape of your face and jaw
- Preventing adjacent teeth from drifting out of position
- Eliminating the need for removal of partial dentures
Dental Bridge Process
The process for dental bridges takes two office visits. During your initial visit, one of our dentists will prepare your teeth, which requires recontouring the teeth to make space for the porcelain dental crowns that will comprise your bridge. We will then take an impression of your teeth to serve as a model for the creation of your crowns. We will produce a temporary bridge for you to wear during the time your permanent crowns are created.
During your second office visit, we will remove your temporary bridge, and replace it with the bridge created by our dental lab partners. This safe and relatively noninvasive procedure produces long lasting, beautiful results that will allow you to face the world with a smile as strong as it is appealing.
Caring for Your Dental Bridge
Dental bridges are permanent, but will require proper care and maintenance to last their longest. Fortunately, caring for your bridge is as easy as caring for your natural teeth. A proper at-home oral hygiene routine of brushing and flossing twice daily, combined with a minimum of twice yearly visits to our office for cleanings and examinations will help ensure your bridges last for years to come.