An incomplete smile can cause a host of issues, including difficulty speaking, pain while eating, and feelings of self-consciousness.
At Advanced Premier Dental and Implant Dentistry in The Woodlands, TX, our dentist can restore your smile with a dental bridge.
Learn about the dental bridge options provided by Dr. Kenneth Curl and his team of compassionate dental professionals...
Why Choose Advanced Premier Dental and Implant Dentistry?
At Advanced Premier Dental and Implant Dentistry, we serve the needs of the communities of Spring and Conroe from our office in The Woodlands, TX. Our expert dentist designs personalized dental bridge treatment plans to fit the needs of each individual patient. To help you achieve the beautiful smile you deserve, our advanced dental practice offers:
Working in the field of dentistry since 1980 means that Dr. Curl's experience, knowledge, and attention to detail are second-to-none. During your appointment, he will share his knowledge with you during every step of treatment so that you can make an educated decision about improving your oral health.
Dr. Curl does not overdiagnose and is known throughout the international dental community for his integrity. When developing a personalized treatment plan to fill the gap in your smile, he will work with you to improve the form and function of your smile so that you can enjoy the best possible results.
Our goal is to give you a smile you can be proud to show off. When creating your dental bridge, Dr. Curl will work with an American lab that meets his incredibly high standards. All restorations at our The Woodlands dental office are custom-made in the USA and hand-finished to blend seamlessly with your smile.
We Craft Natural Looking Crowns
To create the highest quality dental crowns, we use a custom method to get the most detailed and accurate impressions for your unique case. In addition, we work closely with the lab manager, providing highly accurate dental impressions, computerized color shading, detailed lab scripts, one-on-one conversations via phone calls, computer software, and in person meetings.
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Everyone who I met at Dr Curls office was friendly, patient and kind. Dr. Curl welcomes all questions and gives unhurried thoughtful explanations. Love this place! I left with a smile on my face and that’s after learning I had to have two root canals! Lol.View on Google
Every single person here is incredible and wonderful! They were all so respectful towards me and my ignorance of dental care. I never felt like anyone was judging me for not ever being to a dentist. They were kind, patient, and calm with my anxieties.View on Google
Types of Dental Bridges
Our dentist, Dr. Curl, takes into account the budget, goals, and the patient's current state of oral health when replacing missing teeth with a custom restoration. While patients suffering from widespread tooth loss may be better served by a denture, dental bridges can effectively replace one to a few adjacent missing teeth. To provide the best care to our patients, we offer two types of dental bridges.
A dental bridge mounted on dental implants offers a number of advantages over traditional dental bridges. When you lose a tooth, the bone tissue in your jaw begins to deteriorate. Dental implants are the only treatment that stops jawbone atrophy following tooth loss. This is because a dental implant acts as an artificial tooth root.
An implant-supported dental bridge is secured via a metal abutment and provides unmatched stability. An implant-supported bridge will look, feel, and function just like natural teeth. Dr. Curl is an expert at placing implants and can perform every step of treatment from the convenience of our The Woodlands dental office.
A dental bridge is an artificial tooth (or set of artificial teeth) known as a pontic that can be used to fill the gap left by one or more adjacent missing teeth. For a traditional dental bridge, the pontic is supported by the teeth on either end of the gap in a patient's smile. These teeth are reshaped to function as abutments in order to secure the bridge. Once Dr. Curl is satisfied with the fit, appearance, and function of a patient's dental bridge, it is attached to the abutment teeth using dental crowns and dental cement.