Dental Implant-Retained Bridges – Parsippany, NJ
Rebuilding Your Smile From the Ground Up
Missing several teeth in a row can have a profound impact on your day-to-day life and health when they’re left unreplaced. Having a moderate-sized gap in your smile can make it difficult to easily chew and digest food as well as pronounce certain sounds. Down the road, this gap could also influence the alignment of your surrounding teeth, resulting in orthodontic issues. At Rauchberg Dental Group, we offer dental implant-retained bridges in our Parsippany, NJ dental office that can replace the entire structure of multiple consecutive teeth, restoring your quality of life and confidence.
Missing Two or More Consecutive Teeth
Whether you’re missing two or several consecutive teeth, an implant-retained bridge in Parsippany can be a great solution for your situation. In order to fill the gap, we’ll place two dental implants at either side of the space in your smile. Instead of your bridge being secured to your prepared natural teeth, it will be attached to the dental implants, eliminating the need to alter your healthy teeth in order to place the restoration. Once the prosthetic is secured to your implants, your gap will be filled, and the results will feel and look completely natural.
Missing Several Teeth in An Arch
Dental implants can also be used to place a partial denture if you’re missing several teeth in an arch that aren’t in a row. For this situation, we’ll examine your mouth and determine the area in which your implants will be placed and what your partial denture will look like. This will all take place during your initial consultation with Dr. Rauchberg and our experienced team.
The Benefits of Dental Implant-Retained Bridges & Partial Dentures
Our patients are able to enjoy a variety of unique benefits from dental implant-retained bridges and partial dentures. Some of these advantages include:
- A long-lasting restoration.
- Easy daily maintenance.
- No alteration of your natural, healthy teeth required.
- Preservation of jawbone and facial structure.
- Maintain the alignment of your teeth.
- Replacing the entire structure of missing teeth for a more natural look and feel.
If you have any questions or would like to learn more about the process, be sure to contact our dental office and schedule a consultation. There, we’ll be able to address more specific questions, such as the cost of your procedure, how many dental implants you’ll need, and whether you require any preparatory procedures.