Implant Supported Dental Bridges

Aspire Surgical in Salt Lake City uses Implant Supported Dental Bridges to craft your smile to perfection!

An Implant Supported Dental Bridge is a type of tooth replacement option that is held in place by dental implants. It consists of one or more artificial teeth that are attached to dental crowns that are placed on top of the implants. This type of bridge is highly effective and mimics the look and function of natural teeth, making it hard to tell the difference between an Implant Supported Dental Bridge and natural teeth. Contact us today to schedule a consultation and find out how we can help you achieve a beautiful, functional smile.

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About Dental Bridges

If you need to replace multiple missing teeth, implant-supported dental bridges may be the treatment for you. Our oral and maxillofacial surgeons may recommend this treatment for patients with 3 or more missing teeth in a row. We invite you to call us to learn more about implant-supported bridges and to schedule your appointment with one of our surgeons.

implant supported dental bridge at Aspire Surgical in Salt Lake City, UT
dental implant bridge utilizes the jawbone for stability at Aspire Surgical in Salt Lake City, UT

Traditional vs. Implant Dental Bridge

Traditional dental bridges require the adjacent teeth to be ground down and capped with a dental crown in order to support the bridge. Implant bridges are placed directly into the jawbone to provide stability, eliminating the need to grind down healthy teeth. Additionally, implants can last a lifetime when properly cared for, rather than the 5-7 years of traditional dental bridges, and you will not require periodic replacements to maintain a beautiful smile.

At Aspire Surgical, our board certified oral Surgeons use the latest technology to create and place high-quality, implant-supported bridges, and we pay close attention to the aesthetics of your smile so that you not only enjoy a beautiful restoration but will also continue to have healthy gum tissue surrounding your implant.

To learn more about implant-supported dental bridges and set up your consultation, please contact our practice today. We have offices located throughout Salt Lake City & Herber UT.