How to Avoid Problems With Your Dental Bridge

Following a good oral care routine of regularly brushing, flossing and rinsing your teeth can prolong the life of your dental bridge. You can also avoid problems with your bridge by:

– Making sure the bridge has been fitted properly; your bite should feel normal after a few days.

– Avoiding foods that could physically dislodge the bridge such as crusty bread.

– Regularly visiting the dentist for check-ups and booking regular professional cleaning with the hygienist.

“In the event that the bridge does fall out, the patient should seek professional help to replace the bridge.”

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