If you leave a missing tooth un-replaced, this may cause your surrounding teeth to drift out of position.
A bridge is used to replace one or more missing teeth. A bridge not only makes your smile look better,
but also prevents your teeth from continuing to drift and restores them to proper function.

Bridges are cemented in and are unable to be removed by the patient. A bridge is maintained the same
way as natural teeth - regular flossing, brushing, and visiting your dentist.

If you are considering a bridge in the Tulsa, Oklahoma area call us at (918) 622-3915 to schedule an
appointment or fill out our online form. We look forward to hearing from you and giving you the perfect
smile you have always wanted.
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Phone: (918) 622-3915

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Address: 9035 East 62nd Street, Tulsa, OK.  74133

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