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How a Dental Bridge Can Keep Your Mouth from Hurting

Posted on 3/21/2022 by Dr. David Wanserski
How a Dental Bridge Can Keep Your Mouth from HurtingDental bridges play an important role by filling the gap orchestrated by a missing tooth. These dental appliances are made up of several crowns for teeth on either side of the gap. The ones that anchor the dental bridge are known as abutment teeth. Natural teeth or implants often support dental bridges for stability. Without a doubt, missing some teeth can increase the risk of various dental infections. Therefore, you must get tooth replacement appliances like bridges for better oral health. A dental bridge can keep your mouth from hurting in several ways.

The Role of Dental Bridges in Keeping Your Mouth Healthy

Dental bridges are oral appliances that come with a wide range of benefits for your mouth. Through getting rid of the space created by a missing tooth, dental bridges give a reliable cosmetic structure that leaves your smile more beautiful and uniform. Not having all teeth could sometimes result in pain and constant hurt in your mouth. For instance, you could experience some pain when chewing on good because your gums are exposed. Luckily, the discomfort and pain experienced when eating are eliminated through dental bridges.

Having missing teeth can also impact your speech significantly. This makes it challenging to interact with others and share your views or opinion. Besides, having several missing teeth makes your mouth vulnerable to various dental infections. For example, you are likely to suffer from gum disease because your gums are exposed. This could develop into advanced periodontitis that could see you lose more teeth. Therefore, replacing missing teeth with oral appliances like dental bridges is a good idea. Please schedule an appointment with us for more information on how dental bridges help prevent pain in your mouth and maintain good oral health.
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Dr. David Wanserski, DDS, from Wanserski Dental Center for Complex Dentistry, has created this informative blog to help educate the community. Learn more.
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