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Dentures & Bridge


Dental bridges are often used in restoration treatments to replace missing teeth. This helps aid difficulties that may occur from everyday tasks such as eating and talking when having missing teeth. This also helps avoid future oral health issues like a misaligned bite.

Depending on the strength of the surrounding teeth, a dental bridge can be placed over them to create a solid foundation. Dental bridges begin with crowns being prepped for all missing teeth, being molded in the dental lab and finally placed and cemented to the surrounding teeth. If properly cared for, dental bridges can last for a long time.


Dentures are false teeth molded to fit in your mouth and act as your natural teeth once did. Dentures come in various types including:

Full Dentures (Removable): Using false teeth when all natural teeth are completely missing.

Partial Dentures (Removable): Using false teeth to replace some missing teeth, can be removed any time by person wearing them.

Immediate Dentures: Dentures that can be placed same day as tooth extractions are done.

Implant Retained Dentures: Removable false teeth with added retention from implants.

Tips for Denture Care

Here are some guidelines to follow to keep your dentures and remaining natural teeth in good condition for a long period of time:

  • Clean plaque off dentures, it can build up just as much as natural teeth.
  • Use a soft toothbrush for your gums and remaining natural teeth.
  • Use denture cleanser to keep your dentures clean, if your dentures have a metal clasp soak it in warm water only.
  • Brush and rinse your dentures before putting them back in.
  • Get regular dental check-ups.

Following these tips will not only allow your dentures to stay in good condition longer, but will help maintain good oral health for your gums and any remaining natural teeth you may have.