Fixed bridges are used to replace missing teeth and prevent jaw degeneration and soft
tissue drooping. To replace missing teeth or teeth, these fake teeth are usually
anchored on neighboring teeth.
This is critical because gaps can detract from your overall appearance as well as your smile. This is especially true for adults who have lost permanent teeth, as children’s milk teeth are replaced with permanent teeth as they grow.
They’ve been fixed.
Fixed bridges, as the name implies, are attached to the jawbone. As a result, they don’t
need to be removed as often for cleaning or eating. This is why, as compared to
removable dentures, they are chosen by the majority of dental patients. Fixed bridges
are frequently bonded to the anchor crowns of abutment teeth to keep them in place
When you grin or converse, most people can tell whether you have missing teeth.
Dental fixed bridges, on the other hand, can be used to conceal these unsightly gaps.
This will improve your smile as well as your overall appearance. Furthermore, bridges
can make you appear younger than you really are. Zirconium and porcelain bridges are
the best choice as they have excellent aesthetic value.
Enhances the appearance of the face
When teeth are missing, the face appears sunken, especially when you smile. This is
due to the fact that the cheeks and lips will lower to fill the gaps left by the teeth.
Furthermore, tooth loss contributes to jawbone degeneration. Dental bridges keep the
soft tissues from drooping and the jawbone from deteriorating. This ensures that the
patient’s lovely smile is maintained at all times.