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At the first visit, the patient receives local anesthesia, and the dentist reshapes the supporting teeth so that a crown sits on them. Dental measurements are taken during this session to create a model that will help create a dental bridge.

To protect the teeth while the final bridge is being produced, the dentist makes and places a temporary bridge or crown at the beginning of the examination to protect the exposed teeth immediately after the teeth are filed to protect the teeth. A second visit is required to remove the temporary bridge (or crown) and replace it with a permanent one.

With good oral hygiene and dental care, dental bridges usually last 5 to 15 years, but they may need to be replaced earlier if a tooth under the bridge deteriorates or the gums recede around the neck of the crown. Adjacent teeth that are tilted towards the gap can affect speech and the shape of your face by changing the way the upper and lower teeth are clamped together. If food accumulates in the spaces between the teeth, gum disease and Decaying teeth occur. It is also really important to know how to take care of your dental bridges.

Dental bridges are recommended when there is a lack of one or more teeth that affects your smile and appearance. They can be recommended if the bite needs to be raised to align the teeth, and they can be placed on implants, as well as on natural teeth.

Clean the dental bridge every day and prevent tooth decay, bad breath, and gum disease. Keep the remaining teeth healthy, as they serve as the basis of the dental bridge. Brush twice a day and use dental floss.

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