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Dental Bridges Worcester

Missing teeth should be replace as soon as possible. Fortunately, patients have a few options such as dental bridges. Bridges replace one or more missing adjacent teeth. If you are in need of teeth replacement, we encourage you to contact Dental Team of Worcester. Our caring team is available to assist and we happily accept new patients.

Learn more about dental bridges below and contact us today!

Dental Bridges

In short, dental bridges are a tooth replacement solution made of two dental crowns at each end and a pontic tooth in the middle. Essentially, bridges close the gap left behind missing teeth. We strongly recommend replacing teeth right away. Missing teeth are known to cause issues such as teeth shifting, decay, and periodontal disease. With bridges, patients have a convenient and durable way of replacing their missing teeth. In fact, there are different types of bridges to fit your unique needs.


The traditional bridge is often recommended when there is one missing tooth and a natural tooth on either side of the gap.


These bridges are similar to traditional bridges with the exception of only needing one abutment tooth.


A Maryland bridge uses a framework made of porcelain and metal. The framework is adhered to the adjacent natural teeth as opposed to using dental crowns.


Dental implants are used to support the bridge as opposed to natural teeth. This is recommended when there are no supportive natural teeth to hold the bridge in place. 

Benefits of Dental Bridges

Dental bridges have many benefits. They are simple and unless they are implant-supported, they do not need surgery. They take only a couple of weeks to complete the process. Usually, they are the most affordable option. Lastly, dental bridges can last about 5 to 7 years.

Many patients enjoy dental bridges due to the preferred advantages. For one, bridges are easy to maintain. Simply brush and floss your teeth as normal. Avoid chewing on hard foods and candies to prevent damage. With proper care, dental bridges are known to last 5 to 7 years.

Learn More

Discover if dental bridges are right for your smile. Contact Dental Team of Worcester to learn more. Our team is well-educated and available to answer your questions. Additionally, we offer consultations to help our patients learn about their options. New patients are welcome and many insurances are accepted. We look forward to meeting you!

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580 Lincoln Street Worcester MA 01605
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