Dallas-Fort Worth Metroplex Implant Supported Bridges
A Safe & Effective Solution for Replacing Missing Teeth in Dallas
An implant supported restorations bridge the gap between multiple missing teeth. An implant supported bridge consists of false teeth – or pontics – that anchor onto dental implants on either side of the gap.
There are two types of fixed dental bridges: traditional fixed bridges and implant supported bridges. A traditional fixed bridge is placed when the abutment teeth are strong and healthy enough to support it. Unfortunately, not all patients are good candidates for traditional fixed bridges, whether their teeth are weak or they lack natural teeth structure altogether, these patients can benefit from implant supported bridges instead.
At Radiance Dentistry, Dental Implant Center, we have extensive experience placing implant supported bridges in Irving. Our team – led by founder Dr. Mounir Iskandar – is dedicated to helping every patient get the healthy and bright smile they deserve.
See if you are a good candidate for an Irving implant supported bridge by calling Radiance Dentistry, Dental Implant Center at (972) 866-7976.
Learn More about Implant Supported Bridges in Dallas-Fort Worth
At Radiance Dentistry, Dental Implant Center, we believe in empowering our patients by educating them on their oral health needs and dental treatment options. With our help, you can make informed decisions and get the treatment you need to restore your smile and regain confidence.
We encourage you to schedule an initial consultation in our office if you are considering getting an implant supported bridge placed. During your consultation, Dr. Iskandar. can assess your smile and review your oral health history.
He can also answer any questions you may have, such as:
- What is an implant supported bridge?
- What is the procedure for getting an implant supported bridge?
- What are the benefits of implant supported bridges?
- How do you know if you are a good candidate for an implant supported bridge?
- Will an implant supported bridge look and feel natural?
- How does one care for an implant supported bridge?