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Boise, Idaho 83713
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3 Ways Dental Bridges Can Improve Your Life

October 25, 2017
Posted By: David Cantwell, DDS
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Tooth loss for any reason can be a devastating event. Whether you have suffered a sports-related injury or your tooth loss is due to poor oral health, replacing the lost tooth as quickly as possible is essential.

What Dental Bridges Do

Dental bridges are a time-tested method for tooth replacement and work well for many people. A bridge is designed to fill the space left by a missing tooth so you can eat, speak, and smile confidently again. It takes only two or three visits to complete the entire process, and the result is a healthier, more attractive smile.

How a Bridge Can Improve Your Life

Aside from restoring your oral health, there are three significant ways a new dental bridge can change your life:

  • Improved Confidence – Living with dental problems can make you embarrassed and self-conscious. After we place your bridge, you will be able to share your smile openly because you feel good about the way you look.
  • Enhanced Appearance – A dental bridge does not just improve your appearance by filling the empty space; it also supports your facial features and restores a fuller, more youthful appearance.
  • Restored Function – If you have a missing tooth, chewing comfortably can be a real challenge. You probably find yourself shifting food around in your mouth to find a comfortable spot, and you may avoid certain nutritious foods because of discomfort. A bridge replaces the lost function and allows you to eat all your favorite foods normally again.

Please Call for An Appointment

If you live in the Boise, ID area and have a missing tooth, please call us to learn more about dental bridges. We will be happy to arrange an appointment to talk about your needs and how a dental bridge can help you improve your life!‚Äč

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