Dental Bridge Procedure

                                          The process of getting a dental bridge typically involves the following steps:   The Navasota Dental, Tx  that is conveniently located near 413 N Lsalle St, Navasota, is the  best  option available and   is the best     is the best  Dental Bridge expert  near you. Initial Consultation: A skilled dentist will evaluate your oral health, discuss your goals, and determine if a dental bridge is the right solution for you.  Preparation: The adjacent teeth on either side of the gap are prepared for dental crowns. This may involve reshaping the teeth to ensure a proper fit for the crowns. Impressions: Precise impressions of your teeth and the gap are taken to create a customized dental bridge that perfectly matches your natural teeth. Temporary Bridge: While your permanent bridge is being crafted, a temporary bridge is placed to protect the prepared teeth and maintain functionality. Bridge Placement: Once your permanent dental bridge is ready, it is me

The Procedure


The removal of teeth is often a precursor to getting a denture. If this is the case, your prosthetist may refer you to a dentist of your choice to advise you on the process. If you have decided on an immediate denture, that is, one fitted immediately upon removal of teeth, then arrangements can be made to have a denture made ready for immediate fitting after your teeth extraction. Depending on the individual, the process of getting a denture will take between four to five visits over a period of three to six weeks.  The Navasota Dental, Tx that is conveniently located near 413 N Lsalle St, Navasota, is the best option available

 and affordable dentist near you.

The first appointment - preliminary impressions

The first consultation with your prosthetist is an important one and will usually take about 30 minutes. Your prosthetist will examine your mouth and discuss how you want your new denture to look and feel. Impressions or molds of your mouth will be taken so a special impression tray can be made to custom fit your mouth. You will be given expert advice on choices of teeth and materials to best suit your needs and your budget.

The second appointment - secondary impression with special trays and bite registration

On your second appointment which typically takes 30- 40 minutes, secondary impressions will be taken using the custom-made ‘special trays’ to obtain the exact anatomy of your mouth. A wax bite is also taken to determine the relationship between the upper and lower jaws. From these, a trial denture made from wax is crafted to replicate the exact shape and positioning of the finished dentures. Your prosthetist will advise and help you choose the colour and quality of the teeth for your new denture.

There is no need to think dentures look artificial anymore. Sometimes they are an aesthetic improvement on your own teeth. Improved technology now means false teeth effectively mimic natural teeth with striations and edge translucence for a natural 3D effect.

The third appointment - Try-in of denture

This consultation is called the ‘try-in’ and will take approximately 20 minutes. The trial, wax-based dentures are tried in your mouth to assess shape, fit, colour and appearance before a mould for the final denture is crafted. It is essential any concerns or changes you may require to the denture set up, tooth shade or shape be raised, discussed and addressed at this stage before committing to the final denture.

The Fourth Appointment – It is time to collect your new teeth!

It is quite common for dentures to feel strange at first as your mouth, tongue and facial muscles adapt. While it’s different for everyone, some people may feel as though they have a mouthful, finding speech or eating a little different than before, but this resolves over a period of a few weeks. Sore spots may appear in some people but are easily eased with small adjustments to the fit.

  1. Give us a ring (936) 825-7799 or visit to schedule your appointment.

    Find us at:

    413 N Lsalle St

    TX 77686.


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