• Bridges

  • Dental bridges are another option for replacing missing teeth. When someone has one or more missing teeth it can affect their bite, cause surrounding teeth to shift, change their smile, cause symptoms of TMJ and even speech impediments. If this goes on over a period of time the wear and tear on your remaining teeth can cause severe discomfort in the oral cavity as well as a greater potential for dental decay and boneless around the area. If these problems persist bacteria will build and can cause health problems throughout the body as a whole. There are many different kinds of bridges available depending on how many teeth need to be replaced and what area of the mouth the missing tooth is located. The dentist working on the patients treatment plan will diagnose which type of bridge will be best for the situation.

    We will most likely need to reshape your surrounding teeth in order to fit your bridge. Once that’s done crowns are placed over the reshaped teeth, which will then be connected to the artificial tooth and act as an anchor holding the artificial tooth in place. To replace front teeth a resin-bonded bridge is normally used. This can only be done if the surrounding gums and teeth are strong and healthy without a lot of fillings. A resin-bonded bridge doesn’t require a lot of preparation for the adjacent teeth.

    At our practice, we can create a dental bridge for you, which will improve your confidence as it transforms your smile.


COVID-19 Alert!

We are available to help with Dental Emergencies!


The safety of our patients and team members is a top priority for our Staff.  In compliance with federal and state recommendations, due to the COVID-19 Outbreak, we will be postponing any dental treatment that in not urgent in nature.  We are available to you for toothaches, and other procedures that cannot wait 30 days. If you are experiencing a problem that cannot wait, schedule an appointment now via our online portal that allow you to connect with our schedule to easily and conveniently schedule your dental visit, no need to call just schedule your own appointment!  appointment times may be limited.


If you are not sure if it can wait, a telephone consultation with the dentist may be had by calling (661) 871-0780


Please note: Thorough infection control protocols are used in our office, and each patient will go through a screening process to determine possible exposure to COVID19


If you need to schedule any procedures that can wait, call (661) 871-0780, leave a message and we will return your call with in 24 hours.