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Dental Bridges in Fort Lauderdale, FL

Achieve a Beautiful and Functional Smile with Dental Bridges

Dental bridges take center stage in the grand theater of oral health as a versatile solution to the missing tooth drama. Like architectural marvels spanning rivers, these dental prostheses bridge the gap created by one or more missing teeth, transforming empty spaces into a seamless, radiant smile.

What are Dental Bridges?

Quality dental bridges restore the visible aesthetics of your smile and maintain the integrity of your facial structure, keep your bite balanced, and ensure the proper functioning of your mouth. They are the unsung heroes of dentistry, the answer to the distress call of missing teeth, and a beacon of hope for many looking to reclaim their confident smiles.

Act Now for a Healthier Smile!

Don’t let missing teeth compromise your oral health and confidence. Opt for our expert dental bridging services today! Enjoy long-lasting solutions that restore functionality and aesthetics to your teeth and bid goodbye to discomfort or insecurity. 

Contact us now to schedule your appointment. Let’s embark on the journey to a healthier, captivating smile together!

Frequently Asked Questions -
Dental Bridges

Have Questions? Need Answers?

At Paradise Dental Studio, we’re always here to clarify and guide. Never hesitate to ask; your Dental Health is our top priority!

  • How long does a dental bridge last?

    A dental bridge with proper care and maintenance can last between 5 to 15 years, sometimes longer. The longevity of a bridge depends on the health of the supporting teeth and gums, as well as good oral hygiene practices.

  • Is the procedure for getting a dental bridge painful?

    Most patients experience minimal discomfort during the bridge procedure. Local anesthesia is used to numb the area, making the process relatively comfortable. There might be some sensitivity or soreness after the anesthesia wears off, but this usually subsides within a few days.

  • Can I eat normally with a dental bridge?

    Yes, once you get used to your new bridge, you should be able to eat normally. It’s recommended to start with soft foods and gradually return to your regular diet. However, avoiding very hard or sticky foods is advisable to protect your bridge.

  • How do I care for my dental bridge?

    Good oral hygiene is essential. Brush twice a day, floss daily, and use an antiseptic mouthwash to prevent tooth decay and gum disease. Special flosses and brushes are available to clean around and under the bridge. Regular dental check-ups and cleanings are also crucial for the longevity of your bridge.

  • Will a dental bridge affect my speech?

    Initially, you may notice slight changes in your speech. However, as you get accustomed to the bridge, any lisping or unusual sounds should disappear, and your speech will likely return to normal.