Keeping Your New Bridge in Your Daily Oral Hygiene Routine

The new bridge fitted by Dr. Spear effectively restores the full function, structure and appearance of a missing tooth. Even though your new bridge is not subject to tooth decay, it will still need to be cleaned and maintained in your daily oral hygiene routine. Hardened tartar from residual food particles and plaque buildup will greatly increase your chances of... read more »

Restoring a Knocked Out Tooth with a Bridge

If you’ve had a tooth knocked out, or one that needed to be extracted after being damaged in an accident it can seriously compromise your mouth and impact your quality of life. Beyond simply limiting your ability to chew food it might also cause a slur in your speech or be noticeable in your smile. Even if you learn to... read more »

Using a Bridge to Restore a Lost Tooth

Losing a tooth due to advanced tooth decay, can compromise your mouth and impact your quality of life. While it can impact your ability to chew food it might also cause a slur in your speech or be noticeable in your smile. Over time the void caused by the lost tooth can cause the surrounding teeth to turn or migrate... read more »