Pros and Cons of Dental Bridges

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Dental bridges are known to be a highly effective way to replace missing teeth or even a single tooth. However, there are some clear pros and cons of dental bridges when it comes to this type of replacement technology. For example, while dental bridges can restore functionality and improve overall appearance, dental implants tend to be more secure and long-lasting. That said one of the advantages of choosing to go with dental bridges is that no surgery is required to implant titanium rods into the jawbone. For those who are anxious about surgery, dental bridges may be a better option. Best of all, dental bridges may be a more cost-effective option than dental implants would be. 

Encouraging Good Jawbone Mass
Encouraging Good Jawbone Mass 

Another key consideration when it comes to dental bridges is that of bone mass integrity in the jawbone. For example, one of the benefits of choosing dental implants is that they help to maintain bone mass better in the jawbone. With bridges, there is no added benefit when it comes to encouraging good jawbone mass. In other words, when dental implants are placed, they mimic natural tooth roots resulting in improved bone mass in the jaw. With implants, overall dental health benefits in this regard. Conversely, with bridges, there may be continued loss of jawbone mass over time. 

Have Teeth Replaced in a Highly Effective and Reliable Way
Have Teeth Replaced in a Highly Effective and Reliable Way 

Whatever the case may be, one thing is certain and that is that replacing teeth through various methods is a smart choice in terms of functionality and appearance. Enjoying a beautiful and vibrant smile is essential and important to overall self-esteem and self-confidence. With today’s modern dentistry, it is easier than ever before to have teeth replaced in a highly effective and reliable way. Whether choosing dental implants or dental bridges, looking your best and feeling great has never been more achievable. To learn more about the pros and cons of dental bridges, visit your dentist in Walnut Creek, Dr. Massood Darvishzadeh, DDS at Dental Implant Solutions today. 

References:
[1] Permanent Dental Bridges Vs Partial Dentures
[2] Dental Bridge Vs Partial Denture, Advantage And Disadvantages

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