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Implant-Retained Bridges – Farmington Hills, MI

A Secure, Healthy, & Beautiful Replacement

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If you’re missing one tooth or even multiple teeth consecutively, there is a replacement solution that is better than the rest: an implant-retained bridge. At MayFair Dental Associates, we offer implant-retained bridges to our patients because they seamlessly complete smiles while bringing numerous health benefits. Keep reading to learn more about implant-retained bridges in Farmington Hills and why they should be your premier choice for tooth replacement.

Why Choose Mayfair Dental Associates for Implant-Retained Bridges?

What is an Implant-Retained Dental Bridge?

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Traditionally, dental bridges are custom-made prosthetics that literally “bridge” the gap in your smile using dental crowns as support. A dental bridge replaces the visible portion of your missing teeth, and your surrounding natural enamel has to be slightly altered to make room for the supportive crowns.

An implant-retained dental bridge differs from traditional options because it uses dental implants for support. Dental implants are titanium posts that are placed in your jaw to act as artificial tooth roots. An implant-retained bridge allows us to replace your entire tooth from the root up. Because implants will be supporting your bridge, there is no need for the alteration of your natural dental structure. The result is a beautiful, strong replacement that you can rely on for years to come.

What are the Benefits of Implant-Retained Bridges?

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We offer implant-retained bridges because of these unique health and aesthetic advantages:

Candidates for Implant-Retained Bridges

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The best way to know whether you’re a candidate for an implant-retained bridge is to contact our office for a consultation. One of our experienced dentists will carefully examine the condition of your oral health, the number and location of your missing teeth, and the strength of your jawbone before recommending an implant-retained bridge. In certain cases, we may need to treat preexisting oral health issues before beginning treatment. For example, gum disease therapy or bone grafting must be conducted before placing dental implants, which is why an initial consultation is incredibly important. If it sounds like you could benefit from this replacement solution, contact us today to get started!

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