Dental Bridges – Los Angeles, CA

Customized Replacement Teeth for a Beautiful Smile

Tooth loss can occur for a wide variety of reasons, ranging from poor dental hygiene and developing issues like tooth infections to undergoing certain types of medical treatments that put you at a greater risk of losing teeth. Our experienced team of dentists at Rancho Park Dental Group are expertly trained in restoring and enhancing the natural beauty of smiles, allowing us to help you rebuild your grin’s lifelike appearance and functionality. For questions or to schedule a consultation to learn more about dental bridges in Los Angeles, contact our office today!

Why Choose Rancho Park Dental Group for Dental Bridges?

  • Expertly Trained Aesthetic Dentists for Beautiful Results
  • We Accept & Maximize Dental Insurance Benefits
  • Partnered with Experienced Dental Implant Specialists

What is a Dental Bridge?

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Dental bridges are restorations that are comprised of two main parts: dental crowns, which anchor the replacement teeth in place by being cemented to the existing teeth, and pontics, which are free-standing replacement teeth fused to either side of the crowns. Together, these components can literally act to bridge the gap in your smile, restoring your entire arch of teeth.

Types of Dental Bridges

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Whether you opt for a traditional or implant bridge, our team uses high-quality dental materials that are able to mimic the natural appearance of teeth, providing you with premium aesthetic results. Each of our bridges is custom designed to mimic natural teeth in every way possible. Based on your smile goals, timeline, and budget, our team will help you decide whether a traditional or implant bridge is right for you.

Traditional Bridge

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Traditional bridges are designed to attach to the two natural teeth on either side of the gap in your smile to remain securely in place. This process is typically the most cost-effective and allows patients to rebuild their smile, but it does require the preparation of your natural, healthy teeth.

Implant Bridge

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Instead of being secured to your existing teeth, implant bridges are attached to small titanium posts called dental implants. These are surgically placed below the gumline and into the jawbone at either edge of the gap in your smile. Due to their biocompatible nature, they’re able to fuse with the jawbone, restoring both the visible and root structures of your missing teeth.

The Benefits of Getting a Dental Bridge

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Replacing missing teeth in Los Angeles with a dental bridge can breathe new life into your smile as well as offer a variety of benefits, such as:

  • Prevent surrounding teeth from drifting into the gap to fill the space, leading to bite problems and other orthodontic concerns.
  • Stop jawbone deterioration with an implant bridge.
  • With the proper maintenance, your traditional bridge can last for up to 15 years, while your implant bridge can last for 30 or more.
  • Enjoy a boost of confidence with a complete and healthy-looking smile.