The good news is that your dental bridge is not going to require much to maintain. Ready for the not-so-good news? Fortunately, there isn’t any! As long as you consider our suggestions and tips and keep up with the simple guidelines, you’ll find that your bridge will last you for years, so you can do your daily thing, care for your smile, and feel confident about your lovely, complete smile.
Tip: Always Clean Your Bridge
The best tip we have to offer as far as keeping it looking wonderful and functioning up to its maximum capacity? Care for it by keeping it clean. You’re not going to have to go overboard doing anything particularly special. You just need to brush your teeth and floss them (including the bridge and surrounding gum tissue). You also need to clean between the bridge and your gums.
Tip: If Your Bridge Feels Funny, Call Us
It’s possible for your bridge to become damaged, even if you’re not sure what happened or what type of damage has occurred. If something simply feels off in any way with your dental bridge, give us a call. It will allow us to fix the problem before it causes complications or damage worsens.
Tip: Don’t Ask Too Much From Your Bridge
Don’t think of your bridge any differently than you would your natural teeth. Don’t use it to break open packages, to eat food that you’re pretty sure is much too tough or hard for your teeth to handle, etc. Remember that when you treat it as part of your smile, you will end up with successful results.
Replace Partial Tooth Loss With A Beautiful Bridge
Keep your bridge in beautiful condition that lasts by considering our advice when you come in for visits. Schedule care with your Southlake, TX dentist today by calling Gregory Wright, DDS at (817) 481-7999. We gladly serve patients from Southlake, Grapevine, Keller, Trophy Club, Colleyville, and surrounding areas.