Dental Bridges in Meridian, ID

Dental Bridges in Meridian, ID
Dental Bridges in Meridian, ID
Get Your Bite Back!
Dr. Daron Lind provides natural-looking bridges as a cost-effective way to replace missing teeth. Our bridges are made of porcelain so that they will match your natural smile and give you back the full function of your bite.
Dr. Lind has been in practice for many years. He has spent many years right here in the Boise and Meridian, Idaho areas. He has worked hard to advance his craft with countless hours of continuing education so that he can provide his patients with complete dental care.
One of the biggest advantages in coming to our office located in Meridian, Idaho is that Dr. Lind treats your whole mouth and overall health, rather than just individual teeth. This approach is particularly important with dental bridges because other teeth in your mouth are affected, not to mention the effect treatment can have on your jawbone, gums or bite.
If you are considering a bridge, Dr. Lind will be happy to give you a consultation to help you explore your options, including dental implants or partial dentures if they are alternatives that may work for you.

Schedule a Complimentary Consultation With Dr. Lind
Dr. Lind can determine if a bridge is right for you.
The appointment
  • Comprehensive Exam
  • Discuss your treatment options
  • Get your questions answered
  • Get a second opinion on dental work
He will help you decide on the best course of treatment to help you to restore and preserve your smile.
Bridges, Implants or Dentures in Meridian Idaho
Bridges, Implants or Dentures in Meridian Idaho

What is a Dental Bridge?

A bridge is a device used to fill the space left by a missing tooth. First the two teeth on either side of the gap are shaved down. The bridge is custom made to fit on top of those two teeth with a replacement tooth in the middle to fill the gap.
A bridge is not a removable fixture, so once it is in place it will last for many years. It is very important to get a missing tooth or (teeth) replaced using a bridge or implants. Your teeth may shift to accommodate the empty space (which can affect your bite adversely), and the jaw bone will deteriorate if there is nothing there to stimulate it (such as a tooth root or an implant).
A dental bridge is not the only way to replace missing teeth, but sometimes it is more cost effective than a dental implant. Many of Dr. Lind’s patients have bridges that have helped them smile and chew naturally for years.

Bridges, Implants or Dentures?
The most common ways to replace missing teeth are through the use of dental bridges
dental implants and full or partial dentures.
Most of the time we can help a patient with one or more missing teeth without having to resort to dentures. Partial dentures can be a cheaper alternative, and in some cases they can be anchored to a dental implant for increased stability.
The biggest downsides to a bridge are a) that the healthy teeth on either side have to be shaved down to accept the Bridge and b) because there isn’t an implant in the bone in place of the missing tooth, there can still be some bone loss or shrinkage.
Meridian dentist Dr. Lind often encourages his patients to pursue dental implants as they have rapidly become the new standard of care for replacing missing teeth. He is trained to place the implants right in our office, and can provide you with implant-supported dentures as well as new individual implants to replace one or more missing teeth.

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