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Dental Implants, Bridges, Front Teeth

Posted Aug 23 2008 10:26pm 1 Comment

Why "cut down" good teeth?

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To place a conventional bridge, the teeth adjacent to the site need to be reduced to hold crowns, which then support the missing tooth. This may be OK if the teeth are already broken down, but if the teeth are healthy—why destroy healthy teeth?

In this case, the patient from Wheaton also wanted to keep the space between the teeth—impossible to achieve with a conventional bridge. Fixed_bridge

Dr. Gibbs provides sedation dentistry, comfort based dentistry, implant dentistry, and cosmetic dentistry for patients in the Chicago area. This includes Wheaton, Naperville, Lisle, Glendale Heights, Lombard, Schaumburg, Roselle, Elmhurst,Chicago, Hoffman Estates, Warrenville, and Downers Grove. For more information or to contact please go to our website at SmileGlenEllyn.com

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I also wanted to keep an space if i undergo of these kind a procedure,they suggest the dentist burbank and i looking for the second opinion.You have a nice blog.
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