Restoring with a Porcelain Bridge

E-Max or Zirconia

 Alternative to Dental Implants

When replacing missing/broken teeth in the front of the mouth (the smile zone), Dr Bloom may prefer a brigde instead of a dental implant treatment. Depending on your unique situation, when treating multiple teeth in more than one area, bridgework is less complex and more predictable than dental implants.

Porcelain ceramics offer beauty and strength. Dr. Bloom works with E-Max and Zirconia— E-Max is a gorgeous porcelain that is bonded to the natural teeth. The bonded E-Max bridge is exceptionally strong, while having a natural lustre. Our ceramic artisan can customize the bridge with feldspathic porcelain. With meticulous detail and care, our ceramist layers by hand so your bridge with have the look and feel of a natural teeth. Zirconia, the strongest of all porcelain is another optimal treatment when layered with feldspathic porcelain. Choosing the right mix of materials is integral to the success of your treatment with regard to aesthetics, function, long term wear and your comfort. 

The Provisional Phase. Why do you need a provisional? Think of it as protoytype. We need to know that the fit, shape, contour, shading of your provisional  bridge is spot on. This is a short trial period to test every aspect of your treatment before going to completion. This is the only way we practice when we’re restoring one or more teeth with a porcelain bridge. 

Dr. Bloom has a wealth of knowledge in this restorative process, and partners with ceramic artisans so that the bridge restoration looks life-like and natural. This is the ideal treatment solution should you prefer not to have implant treatment.

We only work with Niche Dental Studio and Nucraft Dental Arts—world class ceramists known for their stunning custom work.

For all restorative treatment, Dr. Bloom will check your bite until he’s assured that you’re in harmony—your TMJ’s are in their resting position, facial muscles calm and your system is stable. 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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