Dental Bridges Arlington

Taking a Customized Approach to Closing Gaps in Your Smile

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Dental bridges are a time tested way to replace missing teeth. The dental bridges connect to the teeth adjacent to the missing tooth or teeth and are solid and not removable. Dental bridges in Arlington can also be supported by dental implants to replace multiple missing teeth. With Dr. Gray’s 30 years of experience and a commitment to personalized treatment and expert results, you’ll be happy you chose our practice to repair your smile! Call today to schedule a consultation.

Why Choose James T. Gray, DDS for Dental Bridges?

  • High-Quality, Natural-Looking Dental Materials
  • Dentist with Full Mouth Reconstruction Training
  • Dentist-Owned & Operated Practice

The Dental Bridge Process

Illustration of dental bridge in Arlington for lower arch

The dental bridge process, much like receiving a crown, typically takes place over two to three appointments. Our team will start by preparing the two anchoring teeth for the restoration and capturing digital impressions of them with our Trios digital scanner. We’ll then send your scans off to our dental laboratory, where they’ll craft your dental bridge. Once your bridge is complete, Dr. Gray will make sure the fit is perfect before permanently cementing it onto your prepared teeth, restoring the complete arch.

Benefits of Dental Bridges

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Investing in a dental bridge in Arlington is well worthwhile, as the results are life-changing! Some of the advantages that you’ll be able to enjoy following your treatment include:

  • A Fully Functional Smile: With a complete row of teeth, you’ll find that eating and speaking is much easier.
  • Boosted Confidence: Smile with pride knowing that people won’t be fixated on your missing teeth.
  • Better Nutritional Health: With a complete set of teeth, you’ll be able to eat a greater variety of foods.
  • Maintain Your Dental Alignment: Your dental bridge will prevent your surrounding teeth from shifting to fill in the gap in your smile.