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Dental Bridges

Do you have gaps in your smile from missing teeth?

Whether you've had missing teeth or you have a dental emergency, a dental bridge can fill the gap and prevent further oral damage.

Let Drs. Milan Simanek, Touraj Kamali, and Charles D. Kirksey in Fairfax, VA, fit you with dental bridges to restore your smile.

What Are Dental Bridges?

Dental bridges are porcelain restorations that are supported by adjacent teeth or implants. A bridge can replace one tooth or several teeth.

Dental bridges restore functionality, making it easier to talk and chew again. Dental bridges can even go a long way toward preventing further tooth loss and misalignment. Because this dental procedure restores your smile, you may feel more confident.

Illustration of an implant-supported bridge

Why Patients Choose Us for Dental Bridges

We have served the Fairfax community and surrounding areas for nearly 40 years, earning a reputation for excellent dental treatment that continues today. We use advanced x-ray technology and other tools to provide comprehensive services with exceptional results. That means if you elect to receive an implant-supported bridge, you won't need to be referred elsewhere. 

Our dentists look forward to helping you rebuild your smile.

Which Dental Bridge Is Right for Me?

Our Fairfax dental practice offers several kinds of porcelain dental bridges you can choose from depending on your needs. You can talk to a dentist to determine which bridge would be the best fit.
Illustration of traditional bridge

Traditional Bridge

A traditional bridge consists of two dental crowns that fit over the teeth on either side of the gap in your smile. The crowns support artificial teeth, called pontics, that replace the missing teeth.

Illustration of Maryland Bridges

Maryland Bridges

If you have one missing tooth but are hesitant about removing tooth enamel from the adjacent teeth, a Maryland bridge might be a better alternative for you. This bridge is a prosthetic tooth with metal attachments that are cemented to the backs of the adjacent teeth.

Illustration of Cantilever Bridge

Cantilever Bridge

If you have one missing tooth, one adjacent tooth may be able to support the pontic in a cantilever bridge. This dentistry treatment is usually used to replace a missing front tooth.

Illustration of dental bridge implant

Implant-Supported Dental Bridge

An implant-supported bridge is supported by dental implants rather than crowns. This is a good option for people with localized tooth loss, meaning you're missing two or more teeth in a row. You will first have to undergo in-office surgery with one of our dentists to have titanium dental implants placed that can support the bridge. Our Fairfax, VA, office offers sedation options to help you feel more comfortable during the implant procedure. A bridge will then be made to replace your lost teeth.

How Much Does a Dental Bridge Cost?

Dental insurance typically contributes to the cost of dental bridges, but if you don't have insurance, we accept CareCredit® financing that allows you to pay in affordable monthly installments.

If you choose to receive an implant-supported bridge, it is important to understand that basic insurance policies do not contribute to the cost of dental implants. Our staff can help you explore the option of financing dental implants if you want to take advantage of that option.

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Fairfax Family Dental Care

Our team of compassionate dental professionals uses state-of-the-art technology for every procedure we offer. As the premier emergency dentists in Fairfax, we are here to offer relief at any time of day or night, seven days a week. Our dentists are affiliated with professional associations including:

  • American Dental Association
  • American Academy of Implant Dentistry
  • The American Orthodontic Society
  • Virginia Dental Association

To schedule an appointment or receive immediate dental care, call: (703) 385-0303 or contact us online.

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