About Dental Bridges
Losing a tooth can leave an unsightly gap that makes it hard to chew and can be embarrassing when you smile. When a Dental Implant isn't an option, a Dental Bridge is a great solution.
A Dental Bridge works by using the surrounding teeth to hold an artificial tooth - giving you back your smile. At Start Smiling Dental in Sandy Springs, GA, our bridges are made with all-porcelain materials, so that you never get the dark line near your gums and the teeth look natural and translucent.
If you'd like to find out if a Dental Bridge might be right for you, please give us a call today at 404-255-6782 to schedule a consultation.
Dental Bridges Reviews
"After receiving the anesthetic, putting on the headphones to watch a nature show on Netflix, I was so relaxed in the dental chair, I actually fell asleep as Dr. Cherof and his assistant, Daysha, worked to prepare my back molars for a bridge! I give you 5 stars!"- E.C. / Google / Feb 05, 2017
"Last week I had the first of two appointments for the replacement of a crown. I was amazed that I did not feel even the initial stick of the injection, and the entire process was comfortable and painless, even when the numbness wore off. Many thanks to Dr. Sayeg for his skill and calm, easy manner and Shinny for her warmth and professionalism. For her congeniality and gentle touch during all of my dental cleanings, I thank Tanya. And Rebecca is to be commended for being efficient and ever-pleasant, with a ready smile in person that can even be heard through the telephone. With such caring staff, access to my favorite shows on Netflix and Hulu, and paraffin hand treatments, this office makes dental visits feel almost like trips to a day spa!"- A.H. / Yelp / Feb 25, 2017
"I have been a Dr. Sayeg patient for 1 year, visiting his office every week for 1 year. He rebuild my smile by peaces and made me happy again. His office and TEAM are my family. All of them highly professional. My rating is 10 Stars."- D.K. / Facebook / Nov 09, 2016
"Love Dr. Sayeg and the whole team at Start Smiling. Every time I visit, everyone in the office is friendly and accommodating. They are incredibly knowledgeable and consultative, and do consistently wonderful work."- A.R. / Google / Mar 05, 2017
"My dental care has been in the hands of the folks at Start Smiling for many years. I have always found them to be capable, reliable, and eager to help. I could not recommend them highly enough to express my appreciation for their excellent service over the years."- A. / Google / Mar 05, 2017
Dental Bridges Vs Dental Impla
Both Dental Bridges and Dental Implants are used to replace missing teeth. While Dental Implants are ususally the ideal treatment, Dental Bridges can sometimes be the better alternative.
- Dental Bridges are usually recommended when there is not enough bone support to hold an implant.
- If the surrounding teeth need crowns as well, a Dental Bridge may be the better financial option.
- For younger patients who's bones are still developing, a Dental Bridge will retain a better fit than an implant. An implant can be placed after growth is complete.
Since every patient's needs are different, the cost of a Dental Bridge can vary. If you'd like a personalized estimate, please give our office a call at 404-255-6782 to schedule and exam and consultation to see if a Dental Bridge will be the right treatment for you.
Dental Insurance usually covers a portion of Dental Bridges. If you'd like us to see what your benefits would be in our office, please give us a call at 404-255-6782 and we will be happy to help.
Start Smiling Dental offers several different Payment Plans and long term financing with Care Credit and Lending Club. We will work hard to help you fit your treatment into your budget.
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Smile Without Gaps
Large spaces between teeth and missing teeth can stop you from having your best smile, so talk to your Start Smiling Dental Team about dental bridges to fill in gaps. In addition to improving the appearance of your smile, bridges can restore the health and strength of your teeth.