Dental Bridges

At Main Street Dental, Dr. Shultz and Dr. Raimondo have helped many patients overcome the challenges of missing teeth due to tooth decay with dental bridges.

When you visit our office, we’ll work with you to determine if a dental bridge is right for you and create custom dental bridges that perfectly fit your mouth.

Call Main Street Dental in McGregor at (254) 840-2991 to get an exam with the doctor for accurate diagnosis, discuss available options for your specific dental health concerns, and cost estimates for dental bridges.

What Are Dental Bridges?

Dental bridges are an effective means of replacing missing teeth. This dental prosthetic device consists of two or more crowns (false teeth) cemented on adjacent teeth on either side of a gap between your natural teeth.

There are different types of dental bridges and our experienced dentists can determine which may be best option for your specific needs after evaluating your oral health and medical history during your examination appointment:

Traditional Dental Bridges

Traditional dental bridges consist of an artificial tooth or teeth which are supported by crowns on either side. Your McGregor dentist, Dr. Shultz or Dr. Raimondo, will attach the crowns to the natural teeth or dental implants on both sides of the missing tooth area to secure the bridge in place. Commonly, these are made of natural-looking porcelain or ceramic and often for replacing back teeth for patients with a heavy bite.

Cantilever Bridges

Cantilever bridges are similar to traditional bridges except that they are supported by only one natural tooth or dental implant on one side of the missing teeth. For patients missing a tooth in the front, our dentists may recommend this type of bridge.

Maryland Bridges

Maryland bridges are a type of traditional bridge supported by a metal or porcelain framework that is bonded to the back of the natural teeth on either side of the missing tooth. The artificial tooth is attached in the middle of the framework and the whole dental bridge is supported in place by the natural teeth. Your exam and consultation with one of our dentists can determine if this is the right choice of bridge for you.

Implant-Supported Bridges

Implant-supported bridges are supported by dental implants rather than natural teeth and offer the most stability and support. Dr. Shultz or Dr. Raimondo may recommend this tooth replacement solution for our patients missing several teeth in a row.

Dental bridges can be a great way to replace missing teeth and improve your smile. Call Main Street Dental in McGregor, TX, at (254) 840-2991 to get a more accurate diagnosis, possible options to solve your specific problem, and cost estimates.

Why Get Dental Bridges from Main Street Dental?

Comfortable treatment

We understand that many feel nervous about dental treatment. So, we ensure our patients feel as relaxed as possible when getting dental bridges.

Fast recovery time

Our dental bridges are custom-made for each patient’s unique mouth. This allows us to complete your treatment in just one visit!

Aesthetic appeal

When we fit patients for dental bridges, we match their natural teeth as closely as possible, so everything looks seamless.

Contact Us Today to Learn More About Dental Bridges in McGregor, TX

At Main Street Dental, we believe in making sure every patient feels comfortable and confident in their smile—and that’s why we offer dental bridges for our patients in McGregor, TX and the surrounding communities.

Our team is committed to helping you maintain healthy teeth and gums as you get your dental bridges to keep your smile for years to come.

Call Main Street Dental in McGregor, TX, at (254) 840-2991 to get a more accurate diagnosis, possible options to solve your specific problem, and cost estimates for dental bridges.

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