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Dental Bridges in Portland Downtown

If you're missing one or more teeth, then your bite pattern has been distorted, and you may feel insecure about the appearance of your smile. At Bridgeview Dental Associates, we offer dental bridges that look and feel natural. We are passionate about rejuvenating your oral health with reliable dental restorations.

Our team is proud to renew the smiles of the residents of Portland and the surrounding areas. You can trust that we will take the time to ensure your dental bridge fits properly and restores the integrity of your bite and the beauty of your smile. Contact us today to schedule an appointment for fixed dental bridges.


What Is a Tooth Bridge?

A tooth bridge, also called a dental bridge, recreates the surface area of your compromised or missing teeth. These dental restorations consist of crowns at the beginning and end of the bridge with prosthetic teeth known as pontics suspended between them. We offer traditional fixed dental bridges that use crowns to cover your natural neighboring teeth and act as the supports to the bridge. Our team also offers implant-supported dental bridges, which are anchored with permanent dental implants at the beginning and end of your custom bridge.

What Are the Benefits of Dental Bridges?

It's important to replace decayed or missing teeth because every tooth plays a vital role in protecting your oral and overall health. Our dental bridges provide the necessary support and boost your oral health by replacing your missing teeth. Here are some benefits you can enjoy with our custom dental bridges:

  • Restores bite functionality and ability to chew
  • Protects your gums from cuts and infection
  • Maintains the natural spacing of your remaining teeth
  • Renews the appeal of your smile

Our team will artfully craft your custom dental bridge to restore any teeth you need, from molars to incisors. We carefully match the size, shape, and color so your bridge blends beautifully with the rest of your smile.

Our Bridge Process in Portland

We believe that your smile is unique to you and deserves custom care. That is why we take the time to talk with you, ask questions, and actively listen to fully understand your needs and smile goals. Our team begins your dental bridge journey with a gentle and complete exam of your teeth, gums, and jaws. We will take detailed measurements and impressions to ensure a custom, seamless restoration. We will discuss the results of your exam and provide a treatment plan that is tailored to you, your lifestyle, and your goals. Our friendly team will send the necessary information to a trusted lab where your dental bridge will be created.

Once we have received your restoration, we will proceed with your treatment plan. If you have selected a traditional bridge, our team will perform a final fitting to verify that your restoration is a comfortable and secure fit. When we are certain the bridge fits properly, we'll cement it in place, and you will leave our office ready to show off your new smile.

If you choose an implant-supported bridge, your first step will involve placing the implant posts that will anchor your bridge. Once you have healed from this procedure and the posts have fused with your jawbone, we will fit your bridge, checking that it feels and looks natural.

Fixed Dental Bridge FAQs

We understand that restoring your smile is an important decision, and it's natural to want all the facts before you choose your treatment plan. That is why we welcome your questions and concerns, and our compassionate team is happy to provide the answers and resources you need to make an informed decision. Here are some of the most common questions we receive about dental bridges.

Does a tooth bridge hurt?

No. Your dental bridge will be customized to fit comfortably within your arch of teeth and recreate your natural bite pattern. We carefully check the size, shape, color, and fit of your restoration to make sure it fits you specifically. You may notice slight pressure the first day or two after receiving your dental bridge, but the feeling goes away, and most people forget they're even wearing a tooth bridge.

Implant-supported dental bridges are easy to care for because you will brush and floss your teeth twice daily, just like your natural teeth. You will need to attend your biannual dental appointments, so our team can verify the integrity of your restoration.

Dental restorations are durable and can last 10-15 years when cared for properly. If you want to improve the longevity of your traditional or implant-supported bridge, then it's best to avoid certain foods like hard candy, some nuts, and chewing on ice because these can damage your restoration.

Reliable Dental Bridges in Portland

Restoring your smile with quality dental bridges is an important part of protecting your oral health. At Bridgeview Dental Associates, we offer traditional and implant-supported bridges that allow you to eat, speak, and smile confidently. We are excited to meet you and craft your custom dental bridge in Portland. Contact us today to schedule your appointment.




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