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Dental Bridges Tulsa, OK

Dental Bridges in Tulsa OK

At Henrich Dental, we specialize in providing advanced cosmetic and restorative dental procedures. Dental bridges are an effective way to replace one or more missing teeth. We use the latest technology and techniques to ensure that the restoration fits perfectly in your mouth and last for years.

Dental bridges can be permanently secured using dental implants for a stable result. We offer implant-supported bridges to replace old ill-fitting bridges for a more permanent solution. Tulsa cosmetic dentist Dr. Frank Henrich offers comprehensive and complete services for all types of dental implants under one roof.

Dr. Henrich also offers a full range of cosmetic and restorative services to enhance the natural smile. Whether you have experienced tooth damage or missing teeth, our team can work with you to find the best solution for your smile. Contact us today to learn more about these options for cosmetic and restorative procedures. We will work closely with you to determine which procedure will provide you the results you are looking for.

Dental Bridge Process

The entire dental bridge process will begin with a comprehensive consultation. We will review your dental history with you and see if you are a qualified candidate. Dental impressions of your mouth and existing teeth will be taken. These measurements will be used for the creation of your dental bridges.

Dr. Henrich will recommend the use of a dental implant or an implant-supported bridge whenever appropriate, so that you can enjoy the important benefits they can offer. A permanent implant-supported bridge will give you back the ability to eat and speak with ease and confidence. You won’t have to worry about them unexpectedly falling out of your mouth!

Placing a dental bridge will require several visits with us. If dental implants are to be used to secure the bridge the surgical placement of the post(s) will be completed first. A healing period of several months will be necessary for the best long term outcome, during which a temporary appliance can be placed to restore function.

Once the soft tissues have healed, or after existing anchor teeth are prepared with dental crowns, the final bridge will be placed and secured. Custom-made to match your unique smile, your new bridge will be adjusted for a comfortable bite.