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Dental Bridges: Advantages and Disadvantages

Usually, after a person has lost or knocked-out his/her tooth or teeth, the most suggested treatment is by having a removable prosthetic device like dentures, and dental bridges. A removable prosthetic device can provide coverage for your lost tooth but since they are not implanted, they can provide you discomfort and some inferiority functions. Your dentist, in place of the removable dentures, however can prescribe dental bridges when you have gaps between teeth. In having a dental bridge, you must know that your remaining teeth provides support to the crown. Like having a porcelain crown, the dental bridge is fabricated [...]

2019-11-13T10:00:19+00:00November 13th, 2019|Dental Treatments, teeth replacement|

Cause Why Dental Bridges Procedures Break Off

  Inasmuch as dentists would like to say that a dental restoration can last for a lifetime, it is not something that can be easily guaranteed. Sometimes, even the best dental bonding work and dental bridges can fail so they need to be replaced or repaired. Causes Why Dental Bridges Break Off: Poor Oral Hygiene. The most significant and common reason Smiles of Naperville dental bridges to break off is poor oral hygiene practices. A patient with not crowns are expected to be particular about their oral hygiene practices and they have to be even more strict when they have [...]

2018-09-26T10:00:42+00:00September 26th, 2018|dental tips, dentists|

Are Dentures or Dental Implants the Right Restoration for You?

When you’re missing some or all of your natural teeth, replacing them as soon as possible is essential. Failing to get teeth replacements is not only unsightly, it can cause facial sagging, improper alignment, unintelligible speech, and difficulty chewing. Fortunately, you have multiple options to replace teeth as a Smiles of Naperville Patient. Removable Dentures Dentures are false teeth attached to a plate or retainer that cover up the teeth you are missing. We recommend complete dentures to patients who are missing all of the teeth on their upper jaw, lower jaw, or both. Partial dentures can replace a single [...]

2016-07-13T22:36:36+00:00July 13th, 2016|Blog|

Benefits and Risks of having dental bridges

Usually, after a person has lost or knocked-out his/her tooth or teeth, the most suggested treatment is by having a removable prosthetic device like dentures, and dental bridges. A removable prosthetic device can provide coverage for your lost tooth but since they are not implanted, they can provide you discomfort and some inferiority functions. Your dentist, in place of the removable dentures, however can prescribe dental bridges when you have gaps between teeth.   In having a dental bridge, you must know that your remaining teeth provides support to the crown. Like having a porcelain crown, the dental bridge is [...]

2014-10-18T13:39:36+00:00October 18th, 2014|Blog|

Choosing a Dental Bridge over Removable Dentures

When a tooth is lost, you will need to replace what was lost so that you do not compromise the function of the oral cavity. However small, the oral cavity serves a very vital function for every person and it is essential that you replace your tooth or teeth with a dental bridge or a removable denture, if you want to maintain your smile, your bite, your speech and your masticatory function. When a tooth is lost and it is not replaced, all kinds of changes occur in the mouth. Teeth may drift, tip and move; the bite may collapse and TMJ [...]

2013-05-12T09:10:08+00:00May 12th, 2013|Blog, dental tips, Dental Treatments|
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