Dental Bridges

Thinking about filling that gap with dental bridges in Rohnert Park?

We recognize how missing teeth can impact your daily life, from eating to speaking to smiling. Dental bridges are a reliable solution, bridging the gap and restoring both function and appearance.

Ready to smile with confidence again? Click the button below or reach out to New Leaf Rohnert Park. Let’s bring completeness back to your smile!

Why choose us for Rohnert Park dental bridges

At New Leaf Rohnert Park, we strive to provide you with a comfortable dental experience designed to help you achieve optimal oral health and a beautiful smile. If missing teeth are keeping you from smiling, we understand that this is not only a cosmetic issue, but also one that can affect your oral and general health. Missing teeth can affect your ability to eat and cause your other teeth to shift, affecting your bite.

We work with you to create an individualized treatment plan that works within your budget and fits your schedule. In many cases, dental bridges are a perfect solution to replace one or more missing teeth and give you back your beautiful smile. Our state-of-the-art technology allows us to create your bridge and crown the same day, allowing for less time at the dentist and more time enjoying your life.

Woman smiling after Dental Bridgework

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Types of Dental Bridgework?

Traditional Dental Bridge


Traditional fixed bridges are the most common. These feature at least two crowns with replacement teeth. The crowns and teeth are connected, with the crowns securing the bridge. These are usually made from ceramic, metal, or porcelain and metal.
Maryland Bridge


Maryland bridges are also called resin-bonded bridges. They are most common for front teeth. These bridges fuse porcelain with ceramic or metal teeth and have a framework for support. The bridge bonds with the adjoining teeth using wings.
Implant Supported Bridge


These bridges are almost identical to traditional bridges. The main difference is that implants hold the pontics in place instead of teeth.
Dentist Eddie Kuo With Senior Patient

Benefits of Bridges

Between regular teeth cleanings and deep teeth cleanings, there are plenty of benefits:
Restored smile.
Maintained face shape.
Ability to chew with ease.
Ability to distribute force easily and properly when chewing.
Improved pronunciation and speech.
Prevent other teeth from shifting.
Fran With Dental Patient

Don’t Put up With Missing Teeth

If you put off having dental bridges put in, you will be left with gaps in your smile. From an aesthetic standpoint, this may reduce your confidence in your smile. Maybe you don’t want to smile in pictures or give people a friendly smile hello.

Missing teeth can also cause a host of oral problems. Your nearby teeth may shift into the empty space. The teeth on your opposite jaw may also do the same.

Additionally, your jawbone may weaken in the area you are missing a tooth. This jawbone weakness can lead to your face starting to droop in parts. It can also make you lose other teeth.

Without bridges, you may have issues chewing, limiting the foods you can enjoy. You may also notice pain in your teeth and jaw, thanks to the extra stress.

Bring Your Bite Back to Normal

After you have us place a bridge in your mouth, you will notice that you can once again enjoy the things you used to take for granted. If you had issues with pronunciation or enunciation due to missing teeth, you will be able to speak clearly.

If you had issues chewing certain foods, or pain from uneven biting, that will resolve itself. Most patients find it easier to eat after having a dental bridge installed.

With a bridge in place, you will no longer be self-conscious about your smile. You will find yourself smiling wide, with no one the wiser that you have a bridge in place. It will look just like your natural teeth. You will also retain the natural shape of your face.

You will also have peace of mind. You will know that there is no gap for other teeth to shift into. There is also no risk of your jaw weakening from the lack of teeth.

Dr Susie Ryan With Child Patient

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Our Guarantee to Excellence

Whether you need new bridges made or need us to replace old bridges, New Leaf Rohnert Park can assist. We promise to always provide the best dental care possible, doing everything in our power to improve your teeth’s functionality. Before cementing your bridges, we will make sure you understand all of the treatment options available. We encourage questions and give you all the information you need to properly care for your new bridges.

Front Office Staff On Phone Taking Appointment

Contact Us Today

You don’t have to put up with an unsightly gap between your teeth that causes issues speaking or eating. Bridges in Rohnert Park will bring your smile, chewing, and pronunciation back to normal.

Call New Leaf in Rohnert Park or fill out our contact form and be on your way to enjoying a new smile thanks to bridges.


What are dental bridges?

Dental bridges are replacement teeth that fill in the empty space left by missing teeth. Bridges have advanced significantly and now look like natural teeth. Dr. Eddie Kuo provide patients with bridges for a range of reasons, from gaps from teeth that never grew in to missing teeth from an injury or gum disease.

Bridges feature abutment teeth and pontics. The abutment teeth are the anchoring teeth, usually crowns, that sit on the edges of the gap. The pontics are the replacement teeth that connect with the crowns and fill in the rest of the gap.

How do dental bridges work?

Dental bridges work by using your healthy teeth to support a fake tooth in the gap where you’re missing a tooth. Your dentist will shape your abutment teeth and take an impression, which is used to make the bridge. When the bridge is ready, your dentist will cement it in place, so your new tooth looks and feels like a natural part of your smile.

What are the different types of dental bridges?

There are a few different types of dental bridges, including traditional bridges, cantilever bridges, and Maryland bonded bridges. Traditional bridges use crowns on the abutment teeth to hold the pontic in place. Cantilever bridges use only one abutment tooth, and are usually used when there are no teeth on one side of the gap. Maryland bonded bridges use metal or porcelain wings that are bonded to the back of the abutment teeth, rather than crowns.

How long do dental bridges last?

Dental bridges can last for many years if you take good care of them. On average, dental bridges last between 5 to 15 years, but some can last even longer with proper care. To help your bridge last as long as possible, it’s important to brush and floss regularly and see your dentist for check-ups and cleanings.

How much do dental bridges cost?

The cost of dental bridges can vary depending on the type of bridge you need and where you live. On average, dental bridges can cost between $500 and $1,500 per tooth. Many dental insurance plans cover part or all of the cost of dental bridges, so be sure to check with your insurance provider and dentist to find out how much your treatment will cost.

Are dental bridges painful?

Getting a dental bridge is usually not painful. Your dentist will numb the area around your abutment teeth before shaping them and taking an impression for the bridge. You may feel some pressure or mild discomfort during the procedure, but most people don’t experience significant pain. After your bridge is placed, it might take a little time to get used to the new feeling, but it should not cause ongoing pain. If you’re concerned about pain or discomfort, talk to your dentist before the procedure so they can

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