Bridges

Chicago Family Dentists

A dental bridge is used to replace one or more missing teeth. With this type of restoration, one or more neighboring teeth may be crowned and used to anchor the replacement.

Tooth replacement helps avoid shifting of surrounding teeth into gaps. If left untreated, structural changes to your mouth and jaw may occur. This can cause you difficulty with eating, speech, and other functions.

A dental bridge is custom-made to match your natural teeth in color, size, and shape. Our Hyde Park, Chicago dentists use strong and durable materials for your restoration. With appropriate at home and professional care, your dental bridge may last for years.

If you are considering replacing a tooth, contact Smile Design Studio of Hyde Park to schedule a consultation.

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