Affordable Dental Bridges in Los Algodones, Mexico

What are Dental Bridges and how do they work?

A bridge is a prosthesis used in restorative and cosmetic dentistry, set to fill the space left by one or more missing teeth.

Dental bridges are the solution for people who have lost one or more consecutive teeth, and that, for any reason are not candidates for dental implants.

Bridges have been a widely used dentistry treatment for many years to restore the smile following a simple procedure. Thanks to the technology and the newly available materials like porcelain and zirconia, it is possible to get great cosmetic results that perfectly simulate natural teeth.

But, in addition to its aesthetic functions, a dental bridge will help you take care of your oral health and regain the mouth’s basic functions of chewing and speaking. It is important to replace missing teeth as soon as possible, to avoid deformation of the smile and take care of your health. 

When losing a tooth, the surrounding teeth rotate and move, causing improper occlusion, while also increasing the risk of developing gum disease, jawbone issues, mandibular joint dysfunction, and tooth loss.

At our clinic in Baja California, we have a team of experts in cosmetic dentistry, a laboratory, and state-of-the-art technology to offer you quality bridges made with the best materials. Smile again with confidence, eat your favorite food and avoid oral issues.

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Benefits of getting a dental bridge in Los Algodones

A dental bridge is a simple way to recover the functional and cosmetic characteristics of the smile for patients that have missing teeth. According to statistics, an average person loses 1 to 5 teeth during adulthood, which, in addition to causing problems in oral health, causes a strong psychological impact on the patients, affecting their self-esteem and confidence.

With a dental bridge, the aesthetic problem of tooth loss can be solved; it is a simple procedure and offers very good long-term results at a cosmetic and functional level.

There are many benefits of getting a customized implant as replacement teeth, among which we can highlight the fact that they look exactly like natural teeth, since they use porcelain or zirconium crowns, restoring the beauty and functionality of the smile in the shortest possible time. 

Also, the process of getting a traditional bridge doesn’t require surgery, and therefore it will not be necessary to have a recovery time. Depending on the type of dental bridge that is ideal for you, Dr. Xochipilli Bojorquez will be able to perform the procedure in just one or two appointments so you can smile again in no time.

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Whether you choose a traditional dental bridge or an implant-supported bridge to replace missing teeth, you will avoid the movement of the remaining teeth and other oral and overall health diseases. This procedure restores the chewing functions, allowing you to speak and bite as if they were real teeth.

Bridges are a great way to replace multiple teeth achieving natural-looking results. This is an effective solution for patients who cannot have a dental implant, and it is also cheaper.

Types of dental bridges and which one is the right for you

To find out if you qualify for a dental bridge, one of our doctors will perform a deep examination to find out the state of your oral health, reviewing the conditions of your gums, and evaluating the bone density of your jaw through a CT Scan in order to offer you proper oral care. After this, our professional staff will help you find the right choice for your budget and needs. You can opt between these types of bridges:

Traditional bridges: This is the most popular type of dental bridge, and it is an ideal option for those who have natural teeth on both sides of the space left by the fallen tooth. With this type of bridge, one to three consecutive teeth can be replaced, which can also be molars. They are made of ceramic, zirconia, or porcelain fused with metal.

This type of bridge is supported by two crowns placed on the adjacent teeth to the space. The disadvantage of this procedure is that to place the crowns that support the bridge, the dentist will have to remove the enamel from the two abutment teeth, so these will always have to be protected by crowns. In this case, using zirconium crowns is recommended.

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Cantilever bridges: This is a type of implant-supported bridge by a dental crown, very similar to the previous one, but in this case, it is done by using just one abutment tooth. It is a good option to eliminate the spaces in cases where there is only one adjacent tooth on either side. The crowns can be porcelain or zirconium crowns.

Since the implant is fixed on one side only, there is a risk that the bridge will act as a lever, causing damage to the gums and jawbone. That is why the cantilever bridges are only recommended for patients that can’t have any other type of implant.

Maryland bridges: In this type of bridge the artificial teeth are supported by a frame made of metal or porcelain that is fixed to the posterior face of adjacent teeth. This procedure has benefits as it doesn’t affect the pillar teeth as it doesn’t require crowns, so it is a good choice as a temporary bridge, it is also ideal for those who want to restore missed front teeth.

Implant-supported bridge: Implant-supported bridges are an ideal option when adjacent teeth cannot be used as abutment teeth to support the bridge. For this procedure, an implant is surgically placed in the space where the tooth is missing to support the bridge.

If you want to replace more than two consecutive teeth, we can place implants that act as two anchoring teeth, achieving the same result as a traditional bridge with even better long-term results. For this type of implant-supported bridge, surgery will be necessary to place the implant in the anchoring teeth. Our dentist will check through a CT Scan if the jawbone has the conditions to host the implant.

Some reviews of our Dental Bridges in Los Algodones, Mexico

"I had an implant-supported bridge placed, all very quick and is up-to-date. As good as in the US, if not better. The staff was very friendly. I would recommend this place to anyone."
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Richard Jones
Wisconsin
"It was as good as any dental work that I've ever had in my life. Very professional. Lot of work done in a short time. Now i can smile again."
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Liam
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How are dental bridges placed?

A bridge needs to have at least two consecutive teeth or individual implants on both sides of the space to be restored. These are called abutment teeth and act as pillars to support the bridge. The false teeth placed between abutments are called pontics. The process begins by preparing the abutments, which may need a root canal or reconstruction. Then, a  dental crown is placed on the pillars.

The procedure for an implant-supported bridge requires surgically placing the implant. After this, the dentist will take impressions of your bite to design your custom bridge. In our clinic, we use computer-aided manufacturing to create perfect custom implant and bridges using the different available materials and restore the beauty of your smile.

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Visit our dental clinic in Los Algodones, Mexico to restore your smile

If you are looking for quality dental work, our clinic in Los Algodones Mexico will be the perfect choice for you. Dr. Xochipilli Bojorquez, a specialist in restorative and cosmetic dentistry with more than 8 years of experience in the area, is the leader of the team of first-class doctors at Dental Solutions. We will be happy to welcome you to offer you the best options in traditional bridges, implant-supported bridges, partial dentures, implants, and any other type of procedures that you need to recover the beauty of your mouth and enjoy good oral health.

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Dental Bridges in Los Algodones

Los Algodones is a border town in Mexico well known for the big offer of dental treatments and other areas of medicine that Mexican professionals provide, and that is why every year we receive more visitors who are interested in dental tourism. One of the main benefits of visiting our clinic is that you can save up to 80% of the conventional prices that you would find in the United States or Canada.

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Our clinic is conveniently located in Baja California, Mexico, just two blocks away from the US-Mexico international border. 

We are part of the American Dental Association and have 9 workstations where each of our doctors will offer you personalized attention to solve any type of oral problem that is bothering you. If you need cosmetic or restorative treatments such as crowns or an implant, a traditional or implant-supported bridge, or any other work, this is your opportunity.

Contact us right now to schedule your first appointment and start receiving treatment to restore your smile.

Our Dental Implants Prices

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  • Porcelain / Metal (each tooth)
    $180
  • Porcelain / Ceramic (each tooth)
    $300
  • Zirconia (each tooth)
    $450

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