Dental Bridges

Uncompromising Quality and Luxury in Escondido, CA

Dr. Jon Campbell. Campbell Dental Arts, Cosmetic, Restorative, Family, Pediatric Dentist in Escondido, CA 92025
Dental Bridges Campbell Dental Arts dentist in Escondido, CA Dr. Jon Campbell


We want to help you avoid dental procedures that can be costly, invasive, and uncomfortable. Campbell Dental Arts provides preventative dentistry in Escondido, early detection, and treatment options that can save you time and money in the long run. Our goal is to help you keep your natural teeth for a lifetime. We offer payment plans and financing options to make our services more affordable. We also accept most major dental insurance plans. Please schedule a consultation today to learn more about how we can help you avoid time in the dentist’s chair. Let us help you get started on preventative dentistry in Escondido!

Why Replace Missing Teeth?

If you are missing only one or two teeth, why bother replacing them? Why would it be essential to fill in those gaps in your smile if it doesn’t bother you? If you’ve ever asked these kinds of questions before, we have some news for you. Leaving even one tooth missing or too long can cause unnecessary stress and damage to your other surrounding teeth. Your mouth is designed to function with all of your teeth. When one is missing, the other teeth are forced to do more than their fair share.

Plus, if you are missing a significant amount of teeth and you leave these gaps unattended for too long, you can experience bone loss. Those missing a lot of teeth for an extended period of time can experience facial sagging or other unfortunate-looking changes in the look and structure of their face. Whether you are missing one tooth or many, getting them replaced can help you look and feel your very best.

Dental Bridges

If you are missing one or two teeth, a great dental replacement option for you would be dental bridges. A bridge is just what it sounds like. It’s a set of false teeth that are placed in between your natural teeth that remain intact. There are permanent bridges and removable bridges.

They can blend right into your smile and help you look and feel better than ever. Bridges can be placed onto prepared teeth on a dental implant, or they can be secured in place by your natural teeth. Bridges are usually made out of materials like porcelain or composite resin so they can look and feel just like the rest of your teeth.

Traditional Bridges vs. Implant Bridges

Traditional Bridges
What is an implant-supported bridge? An implant-supported bridge is comparable to a regular bridge in that it is made up of artificial teeth. However, the bridge is attached to dental implants rather than being attached to surrounding healthy teeth. Like dental bridges, they are natural-looking and can withstand normal wear and tear. However, the major benefit of implant-supported bridges is that they eliminate jawbone deterioration and gum recession due to missing teeth, unlike traditional bridges. But the most significant disadvantage to implant-supported bridges is that it does require surgery and can be a lengthy process for some patients.
Implant Bridges
While dental implant bridges offer more benefits than regular bridges, there are certain things to consider, such as cost and healing time. Dental implants are usually more expensive than traditional tooth restorations. They can, however, potentially last a lifetime if properly cared for. On the other hand, traditional bridges have a lifespan of five to fifteen years.

At Campbell Dental Arts, we provide a variety of tooth replacement solutions. Dr. Campbell can explain the benefits of dental implants and the differences between traditional and implant-supported bridges.
Both types of bridges will close the gaps in your smile, giving it a more attractive appearance. Filling in the gaps will also help you speak more clearly and chew food more comfortably. However, there are some significant variances. A visit with one of our experienced dentists will help you decide which type of dental bridge is best for you.
Dental Bridges in Escondido, California
If you need a dental bridge in Escondido, CA, contact our office today and we can help answer your questions and get you an appointment with us!