Dental Bridges in Kennesaw, GA
Fix missing teeth without surgery.
What Is a Dental Bridge?
A dental bridge is a non-removable appliance and offers an excellent, minimally-invasive option for replacing missing teeth. We often recommend dental bridges as an alternative to traditional dentures, and a non-surgical alternative to implants.
A traditional dental bridge relies on crowns placed over healthy teeth on either side of the gap in your mouth to hold the replacement teeth in place.
If you have missing teeth, talk with our dentists to learn more about bridges and other restorative options. We’ll help find the best solution for your situation.
Great Reasons to Consider Bridges
- Restores the appearance of your smile
- Promotes health gums and bone.
- Keeps remaining teeth from shifting and drifting out of position.
- Preserves your ability to chew and speak normally.
Is a Bridge Right for You?
Super friendly and accommodating staff! They truly help out with your dental needs and discuss all options available to you. I really like Dr. Hildreth!
Enjoying Your Care is Everything
Going to the dentist can feel kind of daunting — especially when you’re facing a larger problem like missing teeth. But getting a dental bridge in Kennesaw is easier than you think.
At Hildreth Dental, we’ve created a patient experience focused on building trust and making you feel comfortable. All of this is supported by our years of experience, amazing reviews, and patient referrals.
Dr. Hildreth and the rest of our friendly team put your needs first, every time.
We offer complimentary coffee, blankets, and pillows to help you feel at ease. Sit back and enjoy this time of self-care.
Enjoy faster, easier, and more effective treatment thanks to our investment in advanced technology.
Committed to Safety
We adhere to all CDC and OSHA guidelines to ensure the safety and wellbeing of our patients.
We’re Here to Help
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How many teeth can be replaced with a bridge?
Our dental bridges often replace 2-4 teeth, and sometimes even more. The exact number of teeth in a bridge really depends on the number of teeth you have left in your mouth. You need supporting teeth on either side of a gap to hold replacement teeth in place with a crown.
Are dental bridges permanent?
Dental bridges are durable and with proper care can last up to 15 years! However, dental bridges are not considered permanent. It’s likely you’ll need to replace it with a new appliance at some point in your life.
Is a bridge better than an implant?
Unlike dental implants, bridges don’t require surgery. This makes them a very appealing option for many. However, bridges need to be replaced every 5-15 years (depending on care), while dental implants are considered essentially permanent. Which option is best for you will largely depend on your lifestyle and dental health.
We Love Helping Our Patients Smile
Dr. Hildreth is by far the best dentist I have ever been to. He goes that extra mile to make sure you feel comfortable.
Top-notch service and facility. A full arsenal of technological dental tools wielded by steady hands and poised yet laid back professionals. My results are fantastic.
Dr. Logue is kind, gentle, considerate and highly competent. I will be referring friends and family to her on a regular basis.
New Patients Start Here
Our team can’t wait to meet you!
- First appointments take about 90 minutes
- You can complete paperwork ahead of time
- Pay by credit card, cash, or personal check
- We accept most major insurance plans
- Not insured? Ask about our VIP Membership Plan and $200 New Patients Special
Save at Hildreth Dental
$200 New Patient Special
No insurance? No problem. Get your first visit for just $200. Includes 3D x-rays, dental examination, and teeth cleaning.