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Dental Bridge Treatment Ajax

Replace Your Missing Teeth with a Natural Looking Option

Porcelain Dental Bridges

Dental bridges replace your missing teeth with treatment that matches your surrounding teeth and improves your appearance. Your bridge is a “fixed” option meaning it will be cemented and non-removable.

AT Discovery Dental, your dental bridge is most often created from metal-free porcelain fused to zirconia. The “fixed” porcelain bridge is designed to look like your natural teeth as it fills your missing tooth gap.

Our Ajax dental office uses the iTero laser scanner. This technology produces a virtual 3D model of your teeth and gums and allows us to digitally design your bridge for the best possible accuracy and fit, without using messy dental impression materials.

Dental bridges are a lasting procedure for restoring the function and appearance of your missing teeth.

  • Fill the gap caused by a missing tooth.
  • Improve your facial features and the overall shape of your face.
  • Help prevent your adjoining teeth from shifting out of position.
  • Speak, chew, and smile more effectively.

Schedule a consultation with your Ajax dentist. Discuss a dental bridge for replacing your missing tooth or teeth.



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Any dental problem that necessitates immediate treatment would be considered a dental emergency. Read More

What should I expect at my first appointment at Discovery Dental?

During your first appointment you will have a series of routine X-rays taken that check for cavities. If you have any specific concerns, such as tooth pain, broken or missing teeth, or wisdom teeth further X-rays will be taken to visualize these areas of concern. Dr. Read More

What should I bring to my first appointment?

You should bring your dental insurance information, a list of your medications and allergies, and any medical conditions that you have. Read More

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