What is the deal about Dental Bridge?

Losing your teeth can sometimes place a burden on your self-confidence. Missing or extracted teeth can raise concerns of infection, but permanent solutions are available today with dental treatment coming a long way in the past years. With implants and bridges both being easily available treatments, the questions you should ask your dentist or prosthodontist can be quite a few: What’s the difference between a dental bridge vs. implant? Which one’s the right treatment option for you? Numerous factors will play a role in your decision, including something really important: did you just lose teeth or did it happen a while ago. The Texas City Dental in Texas City is conveniently located near t La Marque, Galveston, and Hitchcock area is conveniently located near to the HEB and ROSS market complex, which is the best option available and accepts Medicaid. 

Dental bridges are employed to bridge the gap between one or multiple missing teeth. The bridge is supported by natural teeth or implants on both sides. It is made up of two or more crowns creating support on both sides of the gap. As an important prerequisite, the adjacent teeth need to be shaved or cut by removing most part of the enamel, in order to permanently cement the bridge in alignment with the other teeth and adjoining gum. Finally, a cap is then placed over each tooth, which is essentially the long bridge covering the missing teeth underneath. Sometimes, there are no teeth on both sides of the gap. A solution to that is to employ “Cantilevered Bridge”. It is attached to a single tooth on one side, and the bridge device is placed on top of it. Crowns and bridges are both fixed dental restorations to restore or replace teeth entirely. They are cemented onto existing teeth or onto dental implants and are only removable by a dentist. 

Call us at (409) 419-2222 or visit www.txcitydental.com to schedule your appointment.

Find us at:

3448 Palmer Hwy
Texas City TX
                                               Our Response to COVID 19

Dear Valued Patients and Dentists,

During this time of uncertainty, we wanted to reassure you that we are taking the COVID 19 Pandemic seriously and will continue to closely follow the situation. At this time, we are pleased to let you know that we are still open to take care of your Denture requirements. Our Dental Clinic has always followed the best sterilization and hygiene practices for our Patients and Dentists.  We apply disposable barriers such as gloves, mouth mirrors, and masks, wiping and disinfecting of all surfaces of our Clinic after each appointment and Laboratory multiple times a day ensuring that all outgoing cases are cleaned and disinfected before being couriered to remove any debris and pathogenic micro-organisms. With this being said, if any of the following are applicable to you please call us to reschedule your appointment.
  • Have you been in contact with anyone who may have Coronavirus?
  • Are you currently self-isolating or in quarantine?
  • Have flu/cold-like symptoms or feel unwell?
  • Have you traveled overseas in the last 2 weeks?


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