Replace Multiple Missing Teeth with Implant-Supported Bridges
Is an Implant-Supported Bridge Right for You?
During your initial consultation, Dr. Poiman will evaluate your jawbone and the structure of your smile. Using our CDR (Computer Dental Radiography) imaging system, Dr. Poiman can accurately pinpoint the strongest areas of the jawbone for implant placement. He can use these scans to create your personalized placement strategy.
The Benefits of Implant-Supported Bridges
An implant-supported bridge can restore your oral function more effectively than a removable bridge. You will not have to worry about it slipping out of place, nor will it impose strict limitations on your diet. Additionally, it does not require the significant alteration of adjacent teeth, which occurs during a traditional bridge procedure.
If you are missing several teeth in a row, an implant-supported bridge may be the most effective way to restore form and function to your smile
Most importantly, an implant-supported bridge can protect the natural structure of your jawbone. The implant posts will take the place of your tooth roots, not only supporting your restoration but also promoting bone regrowth. Thus, they can stop tissue recession at the site of a missing tooth and prevent further tooth loss. Because you will be less likely to need future restorative care, this type of bridge can save you time and money.