If you have lost one or more teeth, modern treatments can restore both the health and appearance of your smile.
Drs. Charles and Patrick Casey at Smile Montreal, QC, offer custom dental bridges to replace one or several consecutive teeth.
Find out what this solution can do for you...
Improved Function, Enhanced Appearance,
Chew and Speak Efficiently
Bridges placed by our dentists can significantly improve oral function, allowing you to eat all the foods you love and speak with confidence.
Improve the Appearance of Your Smile
Gaps can make you feel insecure or embarrassed about your smile. A lifelike dental bridge can solve this problem in a way that looks totally natural.
Prevent Misalignment and Dental Issues
These restorations can keep your surrounding teeth in place, preventing misalignment. Additionally, if you choose to anchor your restoration with implants, these artificial tooth roots can promote a stronger jawbone.
"Extremely Professional and Experienced."
Dr. Casey is very knowledgeable about all kinds of dental treatments as well aesthetically an awesome job has been done. Always my questions are answered 100%. His staff is super friendly and extremely helpful.View On Google
Patrick Casey and his team are extremely professional and experienced in all types of treatment. I have always felt at ease even during lengthy procedures. I would highly recommend Smile Montréal dental practice to everyone.View On Google
When there is only one tooth available to uphold a restoration, we might recommend a cantilever bridge. This restoration comprises one or more artificial teeth, known as pontics, that attach to a single crown on your tooth.
Maryland Bonded Dental Bridge
A Maryland bonded dental bridge is a minimally invasive alternative to a traditional dental bridge. It features one or more artificial teeth and two small wings that attach to the backside of adjacent teeth.
Prettau® Zirconia Dental Bridges
Implant-supported Prettau® Zirconia dental bridges can replace teeth from root to crown. Zirconia is the strongest material available for restorations and is made to look indistinguishable from natural teeth.
A Closer Look at Bridges
The Treatment Process
Am I a Good Candidate for a Dental Bridge?
Since a traditional bridge is supported by two dental crowns, your nearby teeth must be healthy and free from damage or decay. If you prefer implants, you must have adequate bone tissue in your jaw to support the procedure. In addition, all patients interested in restoring their smiles with a dental bridge or any other oral prosthetic must be free from gum disease and decay.
We offer comprehensive services at our practice, and we are fully equipped to provide any preparatory treatment you may need before you can receive a bridge. Even if you feel the state of your smile is beyond repair, we encourage you to meet with our dentists to learn how we can rebuild a healthy, functional smile