Dental Bridges in Wareham, MA

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When one or more of your teeth are missing, it's more than just a cosmetic problem — missing teeth can cause other teeth to move out of position. This may result in unnecessary tension when you bite, pain during chewing, or even the impairment of speech. A bridge restores the appearance and health of your smile by covering gaps using a false tooth supported by either dental implants, your natural teeth, or a combination of both. At Cape Cod Dental in Wareham, MA, Dr. Fadi Zaknoun offers custom-made bridges with high-quality materials that will help to give you back your smile. If you have one or more teeth missing from your smile, schedule a consultation with Dr. Zaknoun to learn more about your restoration options with a dental bridge.

Custom-made dental bridges installed at Cape Cod Dental by Dr. Zaknoun are an optimal way to fill in spaces in the mouth that result from missing or removed teeth. Bridges can deliver patients a radiant smile that they can be confident about. Additional benefits of dental bridges at our Wareham, MA office include:

  • A natural-looking smile
  • Preventing bone loss in the mouth
  • Stopping nearby teeth from shifting
  • Fixing eating and speaking difficulties resulting from missing teeth
  • A better fit compared to traditional, metal bridges
  • They are fabricated specifically for your teeth
  • Only high-quality materials are used

Who is a Candidate for Dental Bridges?

Anyone who has one or more missing teeth may qualify for dental bridges as long as the surrounding teeth, gum tissue, and jawbone are generally healthy. Dr. Zaknoun can perform an examination and take detailed x-rays to determine your overall candidacy. Inform our dental team about any previous dental work, your medical history, and any medications that could potentially impact your treatment. This allows us to accurately diagnose your oral health issues and determine the most appropriate course of action moving forward.

Once your supporting teeth are prepped, Dr. Zaknoun will take digital x-rays and dental impressions so your bridge can be created. A temporary bridge can be placed while your custom one is crafted. Once your bridge is ready, the needed areas of your mouth will be given local anesthesia. Stronger sedation options may be discussed if you have fears, anxieties, or trouble with a gag reflex to help keep you comfortable during the placement. The custom bridge will either be glued into place or connected to implants based on the support you and Dr. Zaknoun decided on at your consultation. Dr. Zaknoun will carefully adjust the position of the bridge so it is comfortable and stable.

After your bridge is in place, you should have a noticeable improvement in the appearance and function of your teeth. You may need a follow-up appointment at Cape Cod Dental to alter your bridge's fit if it feels loose after it is placed. Dr. Fadi Zaknoun or a member of his team will teach you how to maintain your dental bridge, including the ways to clean it and if you need to avoid any foods. It's important to regularly clean your bridge and mouth since decay can still develop under the bridge. If you properly care for it, your custom bridge can last for many years. You need to continue to attend appointments at our practice for routine dental exams and biannual cleanings. In your examination, Dr. Zaknoun can evaluate the wear and health of your bridge to decide if it needs to be repaired or replaced.

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Even if you don't mind how you look with a missing tooth, it can turn into long-term problems if it isn't fixed. Schedule an appointment with Dr. Zaknoun to learn more about dental bridges and the different options to fit your unique needs. Cape Cod Dental is proud to offer custom dental bridges that can improve the health and appearance of your mouth. Contact our team in Wareham, MA to make your appointment.

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Do dental bridges require maintenance?
All dental bridges need to be regularly cleaned and monitored. Routine dental checkups are necessary to ensure your bridge is in good condition and that there are no signs of decay or infection around the restoration. Dr. Zaknoun may recommend professional cleanings every six months or so depending on your unique oral health needs.
How do I care for the dental bridge at home?
The same way you would care for your natural teeth. Brush your teeth with a soft-bristled toothbrush and fluoride toothpaste at least twice daily as well as floss before bed. Cape Cod Dental also suggests avoiding excessive amounts of sugary or acidic foods, which can damage your bridge and cause decay around the restoration.
Does dental treatment hurt?
Our trained staff in Wareham, MA understands that some patients feel anxious about dental treatment. We will make sure you understand all aspects of the procedure and discuss any sedation options that can keep you comfortable during your visit. If you are ever worried or uncomfortable, don’t hesitate to let us know right away so we can address your concerns as soon as possible.
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