Dentist in Fort Pierce, FL 34982

Dental Bridges

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Apex Dentistry


Dental bridges are a reliable and effective solution for replacing missing teeth, restoring your smile’s appearance, function, and confidence. At Apex Dentistry, led by Dr. Mojgan Salehi and our skilled dental team, we offer personalized dental bridge treatments tailored to your unique needs, ensuring a natural-looking and durable solution for your smile.

Types of Dental Bridges

Traditional Dental Bridges: Traditional bridges consist of one or more pontics suspended between two dental crowns, which are cemented onto the adjacent natural teeth or dental implants.

Cantilever Bridges: Cantilever bridges are used when there are adjacent teeth on only one side of the gap. The pontic is supported by a single dental crown attached to one adjacent tooth or implant.

Maryland Bridges: Maryland bridges, also known as resin-bonded bridges, use metal or porcelain wings bonded to the backs of adjacent teeth to support the pontic, eliminating the need for dental crowns.

Apex Dentistry


Restoration of Aesthetics

Bridges fill in gaps left by missing teeth, restoring the appearance of your smile and enhancing your facial aesthetics.

Improved Chewing and Speaking

By replacing missing teeth, bridges restore proper biting and chewing function, allowing you to enjoy a varied diet and speak clearly.

Prevention of Tooth Shifting

Bridges help prevent neighboring teeth from shifting out of position, maintaining the alignment of your bite and preventing potential dental issues.

Preservation of Jaw Bone Density

Bridges distribute chewing forces evenly across the jawbone, helping to preserve bone density and prevent bone loss in the jaw.


We accommodate emergencies and welcome walk-ins

Apex Dentistry


Dr. Salehi will evaluate your oral health, discuss your treatment options, and create a personalized treatment plan tailored to your needs.

Impressions of your teeth are taken to create custom-fitted bridges that match the size, shape, and color of your natural teeth.

Once your custom bridge is ready, it is securely bonded or cemented onto the prepared teeth or implants, restoring your smile’s appearance and function.

The adjacent teeth or dental implants that will support the bridge are prepared by removing a small amount of enamel to accommodate the dental crowns.

A temporary bridge may be placed to protect the prepared teeth while your permanent bridge is being fabricated.

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