Multiple Tooth Replacement

Multiple missing teeth can be replaced by implant-supported bridges. This option is widely considered more beneficial for patients than conventional bridges or removable partial dentures.

A dental bridge on dental implants can prevent:

  • The teeth adjacent to the missing teeth from changing position to fill the gap
  • Your jawbone from shrinking, making your face appear prematurely older because the missing teeth’s roots are also missing
  • An unattractive smile, if the missing teeth show when you smile.

Like a natural root, a dental implant provides the support for a dental bridge, in this case a new all-ceramic dental bridge. An all-ceramic dental bridge on dental implants looks and functions like natural teeth.

Visit the Comprehensive Dental Implant Center page to learn more about our expertise in this procedure.

Patient Testimonials

“I have been having dental issues since August 2012 and Worthington Dental Group are the only ones who figured out what the issue truly was and now I will be pain free! Thank you to the entire staff there, I have already recommended you.”

— Eve

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— Susan

“Always a positive and painless experience!”

“Just wanted to thank you for (on very short notice) working in my mother-in-law today; we so appreciated Toni and Dr. Cunnningham’s quick repair of her broken bridge. It is this kindness, professionalism and expertise that mean so much to your patients. We will continue to recommend your office to anyone in need of dental care.”

“Everyone is so pleasant and helpful. There is no way my experience could be any better!! Especially the office staff.”

“Dr. Cunningham is a fantastic dentist. Over time he has re-done all of my old crowns and added new ones giving me a beautiful smile. He works with an in- house lab so everything is prompt and perfect. Most of his staff has been there the entire 12 years I have been a patient so they are very accomplished and and it speaks well of him as an employer.”

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