A great way to replace missing teeth
Have you lost one or more teeth? You may be a great candidate for a dental bridge. A well-crafted porcelain bridge looks just like your natural teeth and restores your smile to its original health and function.
As the name suggests, this treatment “bridges” the gap left in your mouth by a missing tooth. With this procedure, the bridge is held in place by the healthy teeth adjacent to the gap in your smile.
Dental bridges are fixed in place and considered by many to be a better alternative to removable partial dentures. We’ll help you decide if this treatment is right for you.
Fast facts about dental bridges
Replaces missing teeth without the need for surgery
Allows you to speak, chew, and eat normally once again
Good for your health, helping promote healthy gums
Prevents bone loss in the jaw, a process known as resorption
Our process for producing amazing results
Since 2010, Jackson Family Dental has been proud to be the trusted resource for dental bridges in Liberty. We’ll make sure you feel completely cared for from start to finish as we:
- Prepare your neighboring teeth to act as the anchor for your bridge
- Place a temporary bridge to protect your teeth and gums
- Work with a local lab to custom-craft your final porcelain bridge restoration
- Bond your finished bridge into place and restore your beautiful smile
Our practice uses cutting-edge technology and partners with a high-quality prosthetics lab to make sure you have a 5-star experience and are happy with the results.
The Jackson Family Dental approach to care
Warm & welcoming staff
100% personalized treatments
Dr. Jackson answers your most common questions about dental bridges
How much does a dental bridge cost?
A successful bridge is based on a custom-tailored treatment. While the average bridge treatment starts around $3,000, there are several unique factors that need to be considered to come to an exact cost. We make sure you know what sort of investment to expect.
How does a bridge compare to partial dentures?
The biggest difference between bridges and partial dentures is that traditional dentures are removable. Bridges are also a healthier option for your gums and jaw bone.
What do I need to know about caring for a dental bridge?
With proper care and maintenance, your dental bridges can last for 10 years or longer. Proper dental hygiene habits are all that’s needed to care for your bridge. Brush twice a day, floss daily, and see your dentist regularly for a cleaning and exam.
Schedule your visit
You deserve to have a full and healthy smile, no matter your age. Call (816) 429-5799 to find out if a dental bridge is right for you.