6769 Lake Woodlands Dr Ste A, The Woodlands, TX 77382
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Who Is A Candidate For Dental Bridges?

Dr. Leah Zils of The Woodlands, Texas, is an experienced dental provider who understands that the loss or extraction of natural, adult teeth can leave many problems behind. This includes poor functionality, affected appearance, and changes to one’s overall dental health and wellness. This is when she recommends tooth replacement options, including dental bridges.

What Are Dental Bridges?

Our team describes the dental bridge as a restoration developed to “bridge the gap” between teeth when lost or extracted. They are made of metal-free material and help keep the remaining teeth in line and restore function and efficiency. Patients can use dental bridges to replace one or several teeth in a row, as the bridge uses the adjacent teeth for strength, stabilization, and placement.

How Do I Care For My Dental Bridge?

It is essential to take good care of your new bridge and keep the teeth it is attached to healthy. Damage to these supporting teeth can lead to complications with your bridge. Brushing, flossing, and routine visits are the primary methods of maintaining a dental bridge—and a healthy smile!

Are Dental Bridges The Best Tooth Replacement Option For Me?

The Leah Zils, DDS team can evaluate patients to determine if the dental bridge treatment is best for their specific needs. They encourage patients to visit the office at 6769 Lake Woodlands Drive, Suite A, to determine if they are a good candidate for bridges or other restorations. Care is a phone call away! Dial (281) 973-2276 to request an appointment in The Woodlands, Texas.

Dental Bridges

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A bridge is a non-surgical way to replace one or many teeth. A bridge uses the adjacent teeth as anchors to support the missing tooth or teeth. With today’s dental advancements, a bridge can be fabricated in a fairly short period of time, using a metal or nonmetal foundation. Don’t let that missing tooth affect the way you speak, eat, and smile. Bridges yield immediate results that last a lifetime. Ask your dentist what type of bridge may be right for you.

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