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Implant Bridges: Closest Thing to Having Your Own teeth

by Audrey Hazel

The Center for Dental Excellence provides professional implant bridges services in Green Bay, Wisconsin, allowing patients to choose high-quality solutions and find the most comfortable and confident medical results.

Green Bay, WI (Merxwire) – Treating teeth is a major event in life. Today’s medical technology can provide patients with more choices to reuse their mouths and show a confident smile. Implant bridges is a popular alternative that offers all the advantages of your own permanent teeth without the drawbacks of removable dentures.

Dr. David Brusky of The Center for Dental Excellence is a general dentistry professional and has always been advancing his own professionalism. He worked with oral surgeon to provide high-quality implant bridges to improve the patient’s quality of life.

Implant bridges are appropriate in cases where multiple teeth are missing in the same area of the mouth. They are more cost-effective than individual tooth implants and a superior long-term option compared to removable dentures.

Implant bridges procedure starts with the end result in mind

Dr. David and his team begin the process of fabricating and restoring a mouth with implant bridges by determining the desired outcome, and then reverse-engineering the steps needed to arrive at that outcome. A 3-D scan of the patient’s jaw provides the starting point in confirming enough bone is present to support the implants.

A temporary removable acrylic denture, called a treatment partial, fills in the gap between teeth during the several months needed for bone regeneration and bridge fabrication. Implant bridges require multiple appointments to complete the entire procedure.

Implant bridges minimize the risk of failure because implants are fused to the jawbone and the ultra-strong zirconia material used to construct the bridge resists fracture. They also eliminate the possibility of decay, which is the leading risk of failure with other options.

Partials, or removable dentures, promote fungal infections because food and plaque can collect underneath them. They also create dangerous stresses on the abutting natural teeth with unsightly wire clasps, which can cause the anchor teeth to become loose and even snap off. These anchor teeth are also more prone to bone loss, gum recession and decay.

The Center for Dental Excellence in Green Bay, Wisconsin

Dr. David Brusky and his team provide general dentistry services within a holistic framework for patients in Green Bay, Howard, Suamico, De Pere, Pulaski, Shawano and other communities in northeastern Wisconsin. The Center for Dental Excellence is located at 410 Security Blvd., behind the United Health Group building (formerly AMS) in Green Bay, Wisconsin. For more information or to schedule an appointment, call (920) 662-1440 or go to https://www.dentalexcellencegreenbay.com/.

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