Tooth loss can feel devastating, and irreversible. You may fear that the use of a prosthetic, while beneficial, fails to make you feel confident in your smile. What you should know is that your New York, NY dentist can talk to you about rebuilding your smile with a permanent, modern prosthetic. The right restoration can give you renewed confidence in your smile. A fixed dental bridge can improve on your smile, and help you bite and chew with more comfort. Your custom prosthetic will be secured thanks to a pair of dental crowns placed on surrounding teeth. You can also ask about having a restoration secured with a dental implant, which acts as an artificial root to provide great, lasting support.
Securing A Fixed Bridge To Address Tooth Loss
A fixed bridge is a prosthetic that can fit in with your smile, and stay permanently in place without requiring oral surgery. The bridge is crafted with a set of dental crowns, which are placed over the teeth at either side of the space where your pontic (replacement tooth) is required. The security provided through this arrangement helps you feel comfortable while biting, chewing, and speaking.
Find Out About The Benefits Of Dental Implants For Your Smile
Dental implants offer people a modern way to hold a prosthetic securely, while also providing support for their jaw health. Your implant is set directly into your jawbone, which will fuse to the implant as you heal from that placement. When you have a prosthetic set with a dental implant, you can feel good about your smile, and your dental function. The presence of an implant also helps prevent neighboring teeth from shifting.
Talk To Dr. Schwartz About Rebuilding Your Smile After Tooth Loss
After tooth loss, you may feel that you will never feel confident in your smile, or that your dental function is forever compromised. Dr. Schwartz can help you enjoy modern restorative work that can give you remarkable confidence in your prosthetic! Once you have your restoration in place, you can be amazed at how comfortable you are with how you look, and how biting, chewing, and speaking issues are no longer a concern. For more information, you can schedule a consultation by calling Dr. Jack Schwartz in New York today at 212-582-6617, or by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org.