Dental Bridges in Aberdeen
Durable, comfortable Dental Bridges
A dental bridge is a restoration used to replace a missing tooth, or teeth. It is comprised of a series of teeth that are secured to the patient's own teeth which have been prepared as part of the procedure.
Individual treatment planning
Dr. Grimshaw treats each case - each person - individually. There a variety of options for replacing missing teeth, and she will offer a solution that best suits your needs.
When a traditional bridge is the best solution
With a dental bridge, the teeth adjacent to the missing tooth need to be ground down as part of the procedure. These prepared teeth will be used to anchor the bridge. If these teeth already have crowns, large fillings or other damage, a bridge may be the good solution.
Dental Implants as an option for replacing a missing tooth
Dr. Grimshaw wants to preserve as much of your original tooth structure as possible. If teeth adjacent to a missing tooth are completely healthy, she will recommend a dental implant as the most conservative and wise solution. This way, the patient's healthy teeth do not need to be altered.
About Dental Implants
A dental implant is a titanium post that is inserted into the jaw and is used to support a crown, bridge or denture to replace missing teeth.
Dental implants can be used to replace a single missing tooth, or to support a restoration such as a bridge or denture to replace multiple missing teeth.
$55 New Patient Special Offer Exam, X-rays and Consultation
If you are missing one or more teeth, please take advantage of our New Patient Special Offer to learn about your options for replacing teeth and restoring your dental health.
This special offer includes the following.
- Comprehensive oral exam
- 3D Dental CT Scan
- Full-mouth digital X-rays
- Full series of digital photos
- CT of head and airway
- Extraoral head and neck exam
- Oral cancer screening
- Periodontal exam
- Restorative exam (check for decay in existing crowns, fillings, bridges)
- Check for bite alignment and TMJ issues
- Get your questions answered
(A $331 Value)