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Protecting your smile with a tooth restoration is essential to repair any damage to teeth. However, if you are missing any teeth, they will need to be replaced. This can be done with a tooth replacement treatment such as a dental bridge. Whereas dentures are a temporary treatment that could potentially move around in your mouth, dental bridges are permanently affixed to their location and are guaranteed to not slip and slide.

There are numerous issues associated with missing teeth. Missing teeth can cause serious oral ailments and lead to a downturn in your oral health. Although it may not seem like a big deal at the time, even a single missing tooth can completely disrupt your smile and throw off its aesthetics. In addition, your jawbone can begin to deteriorate and lead to gum destabilization. Furthermore, tooth slippage can occur, and even your healthy teeth can move out of position. Your ability to chew and eat food correctly and speech may be impaired. However, with the placement of a tooth prosthetic such as a dental bridge, this function can be restored once again.

To bring your mouth back to its natural settings, it is important to complete your smile with a tooth prosthetic such as a dental bridge. Dental bridges are permanent tooth fixtures placed in your mouth by cementing them in gaps were missing teeth once were. They are connected to nearby and neighboring teeth to ensure they will not move around. This allows you to have zero food restrictions and continue to love your dietary choices once more. In addition, they can restore all the problems associated with missing teeth, including bite stability.

Nobody said it was going to be easy, but the quest for a perfect smile is more in reach with dental bridge replacements. If you are ready to see what dental bridge replacements can do to enhance your oral health, please come visit Joseph Rigg, DDS at our dentist office in Aberdeen, South Dakota. Dr. Joe Rigg and our team can be reached at 605-225-2050.