Dental Bridges in Brampton - Brampton Dentist - Best Dentist Brampton

When a person is missing one tooth or several teeth, they may have difficulty smiling or may lack the confidence to smile. Here at Riverstone Dental Care and North Park Family Dental Care, your Brampton dentist, Dr. Marianette Crisol and Associates can offer an ideal replacement for missing teeth in the form of dental bridges. 

 

There are a variety of reasons as to why a person may lose one or more teeth, this includes the following:

 
  • Blunt force trauma to your mouth that causes your teeth to be knocked out. (ie. sports related injuries).
  • Heavily decayed teeth that fall out because of dental cavities caused by a buildup of plaque and tartar, or periodontal gum disease.
  • Continued damage that results in missing teeth. 
 

Regardless of what the reason or cause may be, Dr. Crisol and her team at Riverstone Dental Care and North Park Family Dental Care understand how important your teeth, smile, and overall oral health are to you. Our Brampton dentist, Dr. Marianette Crisol is dedicated to helping you achieve your ideal and aesthetically pleasing smile. If the cause of your missing teeth results in needing emergency dental care, Brampton residents can go to either one of our locations, where Dr. Crisol and her team are dedicated to restoring your teeth, mouth, and smile from injury.

 

Dental bridges are beneficial not only for their aforementioned ability to restore the visual appearance of your smile, but also in how they are able to restore other facial or oral functions that include the ability to speak or chew correctly, the ability to effectively maintain your facial structure, and the ability to prevent more teeth from falling out.

 

At Riverstone Dental Care and North Park Family Dental Care, Dr. Crisol can offer three types of dental bridges.

 
  • The first type are traditional bridges, which use dental crowns as anchors or abutments to the pontic of false teeth that are placed in the gap left by the missing tooth. 
  • The second type are cantilever bridges, which are often fixated in the back of your mouth.
  • The third and final type are Maryland bonded bridges, which use a metal framework to support the pontic or false tooth.
 

To learn more about which dental bridge is the best option for you, contact our office today!