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Resin-Bonded Bridges

Reinvent Your Smile with Resin Bonded Dental Bridges

Losing a tooth can be a distressing experience, affecting your confidence and oral function. At Wynnum Dentists, we offer a reliable and minimally invasive solution to restore your smile: resin-bonded bridges. These bridges provide a natural-looking replacement for your missing tooth without the need for extensive procedures.

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What Are Resin Bonded Dental Bridges?

Resin-bonded bridges are a popular choice for replacing a missing tooth, especially when the teeth adjacent to the gap are healthy and strong. Unlike traditional dental bridges that require the alteration of adjacent teeth, resin-bonded bridges are a conservative option. These bridges consist of a false tooth, known as a pontic, which is held in place by resin that is bonded to the adjacent natural teeth. Unlike traditional bridges, resin-bonded bridges require minimal enamel removal from neighboring teeth, making them a conservative tooth replacement option. At Wynnum Dentists, we specialize in offering this advanced resin dental bridges treatment in Brisbane, ensuring a perfect blend of functionality and aesthetics in restoring your smile.

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Advantages of Resin Bonded Dental Bridges

  • Minimally Invasive: Resin-bonded bridges involve minimal alteration of adjacent teeth, preserving their natural structure.
  • Natural Appearance: The bridge is designed to match the color and shape of your natural teeth, creating a seamless and natural appearance.
  • Quick Procedure: The process of fitting a resin-bonded bridge is typically quicker and less complex than other bridge treatments. It generally requires one or two appointments.
  • Functional Restoration: Resin-bonded bridges not only restore your smile but also improve your ability to chew and speak effectively.
  • Cost-Effectiveness: Often resin ‘dental bridges cost’ are more affordable than other types of dental bridges. They provide an economical solution to tooth replacement.
  • Durability and Comfort: When properly maintained, these bridges are durable and comfortable, offering a long-lasting solution.

 

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Our Process for Resin Bonded Dental Bridges

  • Assessment: Our experienced dentist will assess your specific needs, ensuring that a resin bonded bridge is the right solution for you.
  • Preparation: A minimal amount of enamel is removed from the backs of the adjacent teeth, creating space for the bridge.
  • Custom Design and Creation: Impressions of your teeth are taken to create a custom bridge that matches the color and shape of your natural teeth, ensuring a perfect fit.
  • Bridge Placement: The bridge is securely bonded to the adjacent teeth with a durable dental resin, creating a stable and natural-looking replacement.
  • Final Adjustments and Review: We conduct a thorough review for comfort and functionality, making necessary adjustments for an optimal outcome.
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Why Choose Wynnum Dentists for Your Dental Bridge Needs

  • Experienced Dentists: Our skilled dental team has extensive experience in providing resin-bonded bridges with precision and care.
  • Customized Solutions: We create bridges tailored to your unique needs, ensuring a comfortable fit and a natural appearance.
  • Cutting-edge Technology: We utilize the latest dental technology and materials to provide the best results.
  • Transparent Costs: We provide clear information on the ‘dental bridges price’, ensuring affordability without compromising on quality.
  • Patient-Centered Care: Your comfort and satisfaction are our top priorities, and we work closely with you throughout the process.
  • Comprehensive Aftercare: We provide guidance on post-procedure care to ensure the longevity of your resin bonded bridge.

 

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Life After Receiving Resin Bonded Dental Bridges

  • Regain Aesthetics: Replace the missing tooth with minimal intervention and rejoice in the new smile.
  • Restored Smile Functionality: Enjoy the full function of your teeth, from speaking to eating without any hassle.
  • Easy Maintenance: Caring for resin bonded bridges is straightforward, similar to caring for your natural teeth.
  • Long-Term Oral Health: Proper maintenance ensures the longevity of the bridge and supports overall dental health.
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Frequently Asked Questions

To determine the quality of a dental bridge, consider several factors:

  • Material and Craftsmanship: High-quality bridges are made from durable materials like porcelain or ceramic, and crafted with precision.
  • Fit and Comfort: A well-made bridge fits snugly without causing discomfort or irritation.
  • Appearance: It should blend seamlessly with your natural teeth in terms of color and shape.
  • Functionality: A good-quality bridge restores normal chewing and speaking functions.
  • Dentist’s Credentials: Ensure that your dentist has experience and positive reviews in fitting dental bridges.

The lifespan of a dental bridge can vary but generally, a well-maintained resin-bonded bridge can last from 5 to 15 years or even longer. Longevity depends on factors like the quality of the bridge, the health of surrounding teeth, and oral hygiene practices, including regular dental check-ups

Caring for a dental bridge involves:

  • Maintain Overall Oral Hygiene: Keeping your entire mouth healthy helps protect the anchoring teeth.
  • Frequent Dental Checkups: Schedule routine cleanings and inspections with your dentist.
  • Avoid Hard Foods: Be cautious with hard or sticky foods that could damage the bridge.

Getting a dental bridge is typically not painful, as the procedure is done under local anesthesia. Some mild discomfort or sensitivity is possible after the procedure, but it usually subsides quickly. Your dentist might recommend over-the-counter pain relievers if necessary. Proper care during the healing process can minimize discomfort.

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Full Denture

A full denture is worn by patients who have lost all their teeth in either the upper or lower jaws, or both. The denture will replace your missing natural teeth and sit on the gum ridges, providing support to your lips and cheeks as well as maintaining the distance between your nose, mouth and chin. By choosing not to replace the missing teeth, this distance can become smaller over time.

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Partial Denture

A partial denture is used when a person still has one or more natural teeth remaining. The denture will replace the missing teeth and may be held in place by clasps that surround the remaining teeth. It may have an acrylic resin or metallic cobalt-chrome base. Your dentist may discuss these material options with you when planning for a denture.

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Implant-Retained Denture

A removable implant-retained denture is an alternative to the standard full lower denture. These dentures are partially supported and held in place by dental implants retained within the jawbone and partially supported by the gums. This denture can still be removed from the mouth by the person wearing it.

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