Dental Bridge Recovery and Aftercare Tips
Dr. Bruce J. Wilderman provides patients with aftercare tips to help them through their dental bridge recovery.
Dental Bridges for Front Teeth vs. Molars
Learn more about the options that Dr. Bruce J. Wilderman offers for dental bridge treatment for the front teeth vs. molars.
History of Dental Bridges
Dental Bridge for the Back Teeth
Dr. Bruce J. Wilderman can place a dental bridge for the back teeth to preserve the health, function, and beauty of the smile.
Traditional Dental Bridges and the Risk of Jawbone Loss
Dr. Bruce Wilderman helps patients avoid the risk of jawbone loss, which is associated with missing teeth and traditional dental bridges.
Preventing Tooth Loss After an Oral Injury
Unfortunately, tooth loss and oral injury are linked, but there are steps you can take to protect your smile. Learn more here.
The Ideal Candidates for Dental Bridges
Dental bridges are ideal for patients who are missing a few teeth. It's a great restorative dentistry solution for many patients.
The Procedure for Placing a Dental Bridge
The procedure for placing dental bridges will involve an impression being taken so an off-site lab can fabricate the appliance.
Dental Bridge Types: Solutions for Missing Teeth
Dental bridges are an ideal option for filling gaps left by missing teeth. Removable, crown-supported, and implant dentistry-fixed appliances are available.
Dental Bridges: Implant-Support vs. Crown-Support
Dental implants and crowns can be used to fix bridges into a tooth gap. Both solutions are ideal when people are missing a few teeth.