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Dental Bridges

Bridges restore aesthetics and function in as little as two appointments.

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Proud Member of Both the Canadian and Alberta Dental Association

Don’t let missing teeth get in the way of a confident smile. Dental bridges allow you to replace one or more teeth with a natural-looking teeth, helping you feel, look, and eat better.

Dental bridges are false teeth kept in place by crowns on each side of the bridge. Implant bridge can also an option if your teeth aren’t healthy enough to hold in the bridge. You may choose a dental bridge made from gold, metal alloys or a combination of materials.

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How do I know whether a dental bridge is the right option for me?

Every patient is different and Dr. Prasa will work with you to find the best option for your mouth, budget and lifestyle.  At your first visit, she will do an in-depth examination to determine the health of your gums and teeth.  Dr. Parsa offers complimentary consultations with you, including displaying pictures of your mouth on a large screen and discussing the pros and cons of each option.

We offer dentistry to patients of all ages, putting the utmost importance in the quality of work that we provide.

Dental bridges are a permanent option and can only be removed by a dentist. Depending on the location of the missing teeth, your mouth and gum structure and your dental habits other options such as implants or dentures might be more suitable. Dr. Parsa takes the time to help you figure out the best, long-term option for you.

You don’t always have to replace missing teeth! However, it is best to book a consultation with a general dentist as soon as possible because missing or decaying teeth can cause pain, drifting teeth and jaw problems.

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We know that life can be expensive, and you might not have the cash on hand to do the work you want or need to do. Yankee Valley Dental will consider your financial situation, work with your insurance companies and offer payment plans to make your dental work more affordable.

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