First of all, both implants and bridges are designed to fix missing teeth in our mouth. Secondly, implants are surgically placed to replace missing teeth while bridges are not. Next, when placing an implant, we do not have to remove any adjacent teeth structure while a dental bridge requires that. Lastly, dental implants are hygienic and easy to floss and clean. Dental bridges require a special floss to clean underneath the bridge.
Consultation For Missing Teeth
The best way to understand which option is right for you is by scheduling a consultation with our dentists. They will take a look at your smile and reference your dental history to find the best option for you. At each consultation, our staff will sit down with you and explain anything that you are unsure about. Call our office today to speak with one of our staff.