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NobelProcera Implant Bridge
Flower Mound, TX

Everyone should keep their teeth as healthy as possible – that’s just a good guideline to follow in general. That doesn’t necessarily mean that you should keep your natural teeth for perpetuity, however, as sometimes maintaining your oral health will mean that having a tooth extracted is the best option to follow. This is true whether the tooth needs to be pulled from infection or injury, or another reason entirely. The important thing is that you take the steps to keep your mouth, your jaw, and your remaining teeth as healthy as possible even after the extraction takes place. One of the best ways to do this is by opting for a NobelProcera dental bridge.

What is a dental bridge?

When you have teeth removed, your smile will now have a gap in it from the removal. Instead of all of your teeth being aligned and having their own space, in other words, you will have teeth that have empty space between them. Not only can this affect your confidence on an aesthetic level, but it is also an issue when it comes to maintaining the integrity of the structure of your mouth. A dental bridge, then, is a set of teeth that “bridge” the distance between your missing teeth and your remaining natural teeth.

Why should I opt for a NobelProcera Implant Bridge?

Implant bridges are, in general, much more secure than bridges that are held in place with anchor teeth alone. This is because a dental implant acts like an actual tooth, with a metal rod extending down into the root area of your existing empty tooth socket. Because this rod acts like a root system that serves to keep your replacement teeth in place, you can do things like talk and eat without worry that the bridge will be affected. Even more important, however, is the fact that a dental implant bridge will help ensure that undue stress is not placed on anchor teeth, which can eventually lead to the teeth in question needing their own treatment.

Why is NobelProcera the best option?

When it comes to great manufacturers that work hard to ensure that their products are the best they can be for their customers, it is hard to find a better option than NobelProcera. They do their very best to help ensure that every dental implant bridge they produce fits patients’ mouths precisely in order to provide a close fit that will work to keep the implants in good shape and maintain the function of natural as well as replacement teeth. They have long been known for their quality work, and strive to meet the high expectations that dental professionals have come to develop when the NobelProcera brand is mentioned.

NobelProcera does their very best to ensure that you receive implants that are impeccably crafted so that they will last you many years to come. They don’t want you to have to experience costly remakes, either.

If you would like to know more about how a NobelProcera dental implant bridge can help you, please give us a call today at (972) 539-1491!

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