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Implant-Retained Bridge – Park Cities, Dallas, TX

Eliminate Dental Gaps with Reliable Implants  


Are missing teeth causing you trouble? More than just a source of embarrassment, missing teeth can contribute to various oral health problems and make it difficult to eat a balanced diet. Fortunately, an implant-retained bridge in Park Cities, Dallas, can restore your smile for years – or even decades – to come! In many cases, just a few strategically placed dental implants can support an entire bridge or partial denture.

To get started on the path to an attractive, complete smile, contact our office today to schedule an initial consultation with Dr. R. David Brumbaugh.

Two Consecutive Missing Teeth

Man with implant-retained bridge in Park Cities, Dallas smiling

While missing even one tooth can lead to oral hygiene issues, bite misalignments, and other serious problems, missing two teeth is even worse. Fortunately, all it usually takes is a single dental implant to replace two consecutive missing teeth and restore dental function. On top of the implant we will securely attach a crown adjoined to an artificial tooth. Talk about a two-for-one special!

Three or More Consecutive Missing Teeth

Implant-retained bridge replacing two missing teeth

Missing three or more teeth in a row? A traditional bridge, consisting of two dental crowns with one or more artificial teeth in between them, could restore your smile. However, this type of dental restoration requires healthy teeth to be shaved down in order for the crowns to fit over them.

An implant-retained bridge in Park Cities, Dallas, offers an alternative route to restore your smile – without compromising any healthy teeth. Instead, two dental implants connect to either end of a dental bridge and anchor it firmly in place.

Multiple Missing Teeth Throughout an Arch

Implant-retained bridge replacing three missing teeth

Even if you are missing teeth from several different places in your smile, you may still be able rely on dental implants! An implant-retained partial denture can often eliminate multiple dental gaps at once with just a few strategically placed implants. During an initial consultation at our office in Park Cities, Dallas, Dr. Brumbaugh will carefully evaluate your mouth and determine if you could benefit from this type of dental restoration.  


Benefits of Implant-Retained Bridges or Partial Dentures

Woman smiling after getting dental implants

Millions of American restore their dental function and enhance their appearance each year with dental implants. Many are drawn to the unique benefits that implant-retained bridges and partial dentures offer compared to more traditional restorative options, such as:

  • Superior Stability – Dental implants restore nearly full chewing power and never slip out of place. You will be able to eat all your favorite foods without worry.
  • Natural Appearance – Implant-retained dental prosthetics are color-matched to your natural teeth to blend in seamlessly with the rest of your smile.
  • Preserve Healthy Teeth – Traditional bridges require the teeth next to a dental gap to be shaved down in order for crowns to fit over them. In contrast, an implant-retained bridge does not alter healthy teeth whatsoever.
  • Long-Term Results – With proper care and biannual visits to a dentist in Park Cities, Dallas, dental implants can last for decades! Traditional bridges and partial dentures, on the other hand, typically must be replaced every 5 to 15 years.

Don’t let an incomplete smile negatively affect your appearance and quality of life. Give our office a call today to learn more about dental implants and how you might benefit from implant treatment.

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