For patients who are missing a single tooth or a row of teeth, dental bridges may be the solution. At Aspire Surgical, we help our patients restore their missing teeth and improve their smile with dental bridges in Draper, Utah. Dr. Fullmer, Dr. Ryser, and Dr. Stosich will work with you to create a customized dental bridge that not only looks like your natural teeth but also provides the support and function of your natural teeth. Plus, our dental bridges are fixed in place with durable dental implants, so you can smile with confidence! We welcome you to contact us at 801-576-5910 to schedule your appointment if you are interested in learning more!
Dental bridges are great for replacing a single tooth or a row of missing teeth. In order to stay in place, traditional dental bridges require that neighboring teeth be ground down and covered with a dental crown. The replacement teeth in the bridge then use metal clasps around these adjacent teeth. With implant-supported dental bridges, our doctors attach your dental bridge to a dental implant.
Dental implants are placed into the jawbone, providing lifelong durability. By using dental implants to secure a dental bridge, our doctors eliminate the need to grind down healthy neighboring teeth. Dental implants are made to replace the full structure and function of your natural tooth, and they are made to last a lifetime, instead of the 5-7 years that traditional bridges last. With implant-supported dental bridges, there is no need to replace your restoration.
At our practice, we strive to use the latest technology to ensure that you receive the best possible treatments. Our technology allows us to accurately place implants and provide a wide range of dental implant treatments. Our doctors have expanded your restoration options to solutions that are more permanent, durable, and comfortable. We pay special attention to every restoration we make to ensure that it fits comfortably in your smile and looks natural.
To learn more about our implant-supported dental bridges, we invite you to call or visit our practice to schedule your consultation with our oral and maxillofacial surgeons today!