Missing teeth can impact your appearance and quality of life, making it difficult to eat comfortably and speak properly.
A natural-looking dental bridge can restore the aesthetics and function of your smile.
At White Pine Dental in Murray and Herriman, UT, our dentists can replace missing teeth with traditional and implant-supported bridges.
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What Are the Benefits of Dental Bridges?
Protect Your Oral Health
When you lose teeth, your remaining teeth may shift to fill in the gap. This shifting can cause misalignment and overcrowding. In turn, it may be more difficult to properly brush and floss your teeth, leading to tooth decay and other concerns
Strengthen Your Bite
Tooth loss can impair your bite, leading to uneven wear on your healthy teeth and limiting the foods you're able to consume. Dental bridges restore a strong, even bite and give you the freedom to eat what you once couldn't.
Preserve Your Jawbone
After tooth loss, your jawbone naturally begins to deteriorate since it lacks the stimulation your tooth roots used to provide. While a traditional bridge cannot address this problem, dental implants provide the stimulation your jaw needs to stay strong.
Insurance and Financing Accepted
Traditional dental bridges are typically covered by insurance. However, if you don't have insurance, your insurance doesn't cover treatment, or you're getting an implant-supported bridge, we accept CareCredit® financing and offer our own White Pine Dental Savings Plan to help with out-of-pocket dental expenses.
The Process of Placing
a Traditional Dental Bridge
If you receive an implant-supported bridge, you will first undergo dental implant surgery to create a strong foundation for your prosthesis.