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Implant-Retained Bridge

A Fully Restored and Beautiful New Smile

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Because of your missing teeth, you may have found yourself reluctant to smile for photos or to meet new people. This can also amount to less confidence, the inability to eat the foods you love and other lifestyle changes. The good news is that at Summit Boulevard Dental, we can fit you with an implant-retained bridge in Reno to erase the gap in your smile and restore your self-esteem to where it should be. To get on the path to recovery, contact us to schedule an initial visit today!

Why Choose Summit Boulevard Dental for an Implant-Retained Bridge?

Two Consecutive Teeth Missing

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If even one tooth is missing, it’s important for it to be replaced. That’s because your teeth rely on a degree of shared tension to maintain their position and to be as healthy as possible. Thus, if there are two teeth missing, it’s even more critical for them to be replaced to avoid shifting and the possibility of gum infection.

By placing a dental implant, we may be able to join two artificial teeth to the surgically-inserted fixture, which will leave you with a complete smile done in the least invasive manner possible.

Three or More Consecutive Missing Teeth

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A traditional bridge consists of two dental crowns attached to one or more prosthetic teeth. The crowns, which are bonded to the surrounding healthy teeth, act as anchors (also called abutments). When three or more consecutive teeth are missing, though, we can provide you with a more stable restoration by placing a dental implant. Then, we’ll attach an implant-retained bridge to it. The end result will be a lasting and secure restoration.

Multiple Missing Teeth Throughout an Arch

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If you have multiple teeth missing in different parts of an arch, a dental implant can still work wonders. To determine what will be the best type of procedure to restore your smile and functionality, we’ll first perform a careful examination. One of the possible remedies is for us to place an implant-retained partial denture. The best way to find out for sure is to visit us so we can go over the available treatment options with you.

Benefits of Implant-Retained Bridges or Partial Dentures

As stated earlier, it’s never a good idea to continue living with missing teeth. When an implant-retained bridge or partial denture is placed, here are some of the benefits you can look forward to:

If you’re intrigued, then you should be. With the placement of dental implants in Reno, you have an opportunity to take action and regain the life you once had. Contact us at Summit Boulevard Dental to schedule an initial visit today!

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