Why would I need a dental bridge?
A dental bridge is a fixed restoration that replaces one or more missing teeth by bridging the gap where teeth used to be. Bridges consist of one or more false teeth (pontics) anchored on crowns fitted over the natural teeth on either side of the missing tooth space.
Bridges not only restore your smile, but they also help maintain the structure of your face, prevent drifting of remaining teeth, and make eating and speaking easier. Our experienced emergency dentists provide fast bridge repairs or replacements. If your bridge is damaged, has fallen out or is causing pain, call us right away. We will conduct an exam and recommend repairing, re-cementing the bridge or fabricating a completely new one.
What if I have a dental bridge and it’s damaged?
Don’t wait with a missing or damaged dental bridge – impaired eating and speech can negatively impact your work and social life. Our skilled dentists will analyze the situation and provide prompt emergency bridge repair or replacement.
Our friendly and experienced staff are experts at handling insurance claims, and we offer flexible payment plans that fit your budget.
Call our emergency dental team now or we accept walk-ins during open hours to schedule urgent bridge repair or replacement. Your beautiful smile depends on it!
Replace Lost Teeth
Restore Your Bite
Improve Speech and Eating
Affordable Relief When You Need It Most
We Accept Dental Insurance
Emergency Dental of Las Vegas accepts most dental insurance plans. If you are unsure if we accept your insurance, give our office a call and our receptionist will be able to notify you. You may also schedule your emergency dental appointment while on the phone! Most dental insurance benefits don’t turn over to the next year so make sure you use up this years dental benefits before you lose it!
When you come to Emergency Dental of Milwaukee we’ll help you apply for any of these convenient dental financing options. If you found a financing option that works for you and your ready to make an appointment or have any questions, give us a call!
What are the three types of dental bridges?
There are three types of dental bridges: traditional bridges, cantilever bridges, and Maryland bridges. Traditional bridges involve creating a crown for the tooth or implant on either side of the missing tooth, with a pontic (false tooth) in between. Cantilever bridges are used when there are adjacent teeth on only one side of the missing tooth. Maryland bridges consist of a metal or porcelain framework with a false tooth attached, which is bonded to the back of adjacent teeth.