Implant-Supported Crowns, Bridges and Dentures

Missing teeth and damaged gums can affect your ability to talk and eat, and can harm your self-esteem. Thankfully, restorative dentistry offers options, such as implant-supported crowns, bridges and dentures, that can help you regain function and appearance.

What are Implant-Supported Crowns, Bridges and Dentures?

Implant-supported crows, bridges and dentures are all dental services that can help restore stability and appearance to your mouth after permanent teeth have been lost:


Dentures are removable sets of teeth that are used to replace a missing tooth or missing teeth.


Crowns are a type of cap placed over a damaged or decayed tooth to protect the area and improve appearance.


A bridge is a fixed dental restoration that is joined to adjacent teeth or a dental implant to replace a missing tooth.            

Each method can be supported and strengthened by the use of implants.

What Are Implants?

Implants are an interface that is used to connect a dental appliance to the bone of the jaw or skull. By interfacing with the bone, any type of dental appliance, such as a replacement tooth or set of dentures, will become more stable.In short, implants act as a tooth root.

What are the Benefits of Implant-Supported Crowns, Bridges and Dentures?

The biggest benefit to implant-supported dental devices is that they are more stable than those without an implant. Other benefits include:
  • Helping you speak and chew properly
  • Restoring the appearance of your smile
  • Providing longer-lasting results because of the inherent stability
  • Providing a secure fit because dentures, crowns and bridges are all secured to bone
And unlike conventional bridges, implants don’t require that the surrounding teeth be altered to create an anchor.

Call for Excellence in Restorative Dentistry from an Albuquerque Dentist

Crowns, bridges and dentures can be a wonderful way to restore function and form to your mouth; supporting them with implants can offer stability and long-lasting results. To discuss whether implant-supported crowns, bridges and dentures are right for you, contact Dr. Garcia today! Se habla Español!

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