Tooth loss can negatively impact your daily life, making it difficult to eat, speak, or feel confident smiling.
The team at Browne Goetz & Miraglia PC can provide traditional and implant-supported dental bridges to complete your smile.
Why should you replace missing teeth with a dental bridge at our Mount Kisco, NY, practice?
How does a dental bridge work?
When is a dental bridge recommended?
A Dental Bridge Can Replace:
One Missing Tooth
Multiple Missing Teeth
A Severely Damaged Tooth
What Is the Difference Between a Traditional & Implant-Supported Bridge?
A traditional dental bridge is held in place with crowns over the teeth on either side of the gap. This requires your dentist to alter these teeth to make room for the bridge.
In contrast, an implant-supported bridge is secured with dental implants that are anchored directly into the jawbone. The prosthetic is then attached to the implants. While more involved than traditional bridges, this treatment preserves the structure of your surrounding teeth while also replacing your teeth from root to crown.
Between the two types of restorations, our doctors recommend an implant-supported bridge because it protects against jawbone atrophy and, in turn, provides unparalleled benefits for your overall oral health. During your consultation, we can determine whether you are a candidate for dental implants.
What does the treatment process entail?
Typical Timeline for a Dental Bridge
Design & Creation
Abutment for Implants
Placement of Restoration
Browne Goetz & Miraglia PC
- American Academy of Cosmetic Dentistry
- Academy of Osseointegration
- American Academy of Cosmetic Orthodontics
For more information about our services, contact our office online or call (914) 241-1191 today.
If you have any questions for the Browne Goetz & Miraglia team, or would like a complimentary dental or orthodontic consultation, then please feel free to contact us.