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We build (dental) bridges to beautify your smile

If you have any missing teeth, your dentist in Brampton may close or bridge the gaps with dental bridges. This kind of bridge is an artificial tooth known as a pontic that is held in place by the abutment or anchoring teeth on either side of the missing tooth. Although fake teeth may be made from expensive materials like gold or silver, they are usually made from porcelain to blend well with the original teeth. Here are the top benefits of having dental bridges offered by our leading dentistry clinic in Brampton. Let’s get started. Dental bridges help restore your beautiful smile and prevent you from feeling self-conscious about your smile.  They not only improve your look but also the way you bite, speak and chew. If maintained properly and if there is no unexpected damage, a dental bridge can last for several years. The teeth may be matched to the colour of your natural teeth. With this dental bridge, your original teeth are safeguarded from regular wear & tear and sudden moving and tilting. This tilting may cause teeth to bite incorrectly and ultimately lead to further decay or damage.

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Dental Bridges Procedure:

Here are the steps followed by our dental clinic in Brampton to install a traditional dental bridge:

First, the dentist uses local anaesthesia in your gum near the area of your new bridge.

They prepare your supporting teeth through shaping. This is done to make space for a dental crown to be kept over them.

Then the dentist will use a soft mouldable material to get an impression of the teeth and make a bridge. Meanwhile, a temporary bridge or crown made of plastic is fitted.

During the final visit, the dentist removes the temporary bridge or crown and fits the new permanent bridge. Take note that it may take some time for your new dental bridge to adjust to your new modified bite. That is why a little bit of discomfort such as inflammation is common after this procedure. Visit your dentist if discomfort continues or gets to a concerning stage.

How to Maintain Dental Bridges in Brampton

After a dental bridge procedure in Brampton, it is important to care for your new bridge and help the teeth that this bridge attached to remain strong and healthy. Any kind of damage or decay to these teeth may result in complications to the bridge. Below are vital tips to follow to care for your bridge: Brush twice a day and floss daily. Your dentist in Brampton can give you tips on flossing if need be. You may use a special kind of floss known as a threader that allows you to slide the floss between the dental bridge and your gum. Get regular cleaning done at your dental office in Brampton. They may use a Proxabrush especially for cleaning under the bridge. Always eat a healthy and balanced diet. Make sure you include a lot of vegetables, fibre and fruits. Also, avoid chewing hard foods such as meats or raw carrots.

Our Dental Office

DENTISTRY ON DUSK (Chinguacousy Rd. / Dusk Dr.)
55 Dusk Drive, Unit #2
Brampton ON
L6Y 5Z6

Clinic Hours:
Monday-Friday: 9:30 AM – 6:30 PM
Saturday: 8:30 AM–2:30 PM
Sunday: Closed


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Frequently Asked Questions

By maintaining proper dental hygiene practices such as regular brushing and flossing and regular checkups, your new dental bridge can last longer than 15 years.
The bridge can be held in place by your teeth on each side of your missing teeth or by dental implants. Therefore, this bridge is permanent.
If you have adjacent missing teeth and a healthy jawbone to support this procedure, you are an eligible candidate. For the best results, first, get your tooth decay or gum ailments treated and maintain excellent dental health.
Not at all. The whole procedure is completed in two appointments. In the first appointment, your dentist will prepare your teeth for the procedure. In the second, the new bridge will be inserted.
This dental bridge procedure improves the way you speak! With a dental bridge in the front teeth, you can pronounce many words and sound better. Plus, you can be confident when speaking in public.
Its cost varies widely from one patient to another. With a typical insurance plan, the average cost of this procedure ranges between $800 and $1,200; without insurance, $2,000 to north of $3,000. The number of missing teeth, their location, the complexity of the procedure, and the kind of bridge and materials used are some of the factors that affect its cost.


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