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Implant-Restored Fixed Bridge

Dental Implant-Supported Fixed Bridge Washington DC

Top-Rated Surgical Prosthodontist providing Premier dental implant-supported fixed bridges in one office

In cases where multiple teeth are missing, Dr. Gerald Marlin sometimes advises patients that an implant-restored fixed bridge is their best option to restore a “simply radiant, simply natural” smile. Fixed implant bridges will preserve the jawbone, maintain function, and restore a beautiful facial aesthetic. With advanced dental technology and an in-house laboratory, Dr. Marlin uses meticulous surgical planning and decades of top-level expertise to create aesthetically pleasing and highly durable implant-supported bridges.

Continue reading to learn more about Elite Prosthetic Dentistry’s implant-restored fixed bridge process. You can also contact Elite Prosthetic Dentistry online or call (202) 244-2101 to schedule your personalized consultation. We treat patients from Washington DC, Bethesda, Chevy Chase, Potomac, Rockville, Alexandria, Arlington, and other nearby areas, as well as from other regions of the country and internationally because we “get it right” the first time.

Our Patients Not Only Benefit from the Aesthetics of Their Dental Implant Treatment, but implants & bridges preserve the jawbone and surrounding teeth, and also can help maintain the shape of your smile and prevent future dental complications.

Patient: Had failing implants and a broken prosthesis, and the treatment restored his complete function
Patient: Had severely receding gums & wanted teeth replacement. We extracted the bad teeth and recreated his bone structure, prior to inserting the implants.
Patient: Wanted a prosthesis that functioned and looked like it was fabricated on natural teeth.
See how our aesthetically pleasing and highly durable implant-supported bridges can transform your smile. It starts by scheduling a consultation with our dental restoration specialists.
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What is an Implant-Restored Fixed Bridge?

With a fixed implant bridge, Dr. Marlin will utilize dental implants placed in the jawbone (foundation) and porcelain prosthesis to replace your missing teeth (fixed bridge). In addition to preserving the jawbone and surrounding teeth, bridges can help maintain the shape of your smile and prevent future dental complications.

What is the Difference Between an Implant-Supported Fixed Bridge and Other Dental Bridges?

There are four primary types of dental bridges:

While implant-supported bridges are similar in nature to traditional bridges, implant-supported bridges attach to small titanium posts embedded in the jaw instead of being supported by dental crowns placed over adjacent teeth. The precise number of posts that Dr. Marlin will place depends on the bridge’s size.

Why Would I Consider a Dental Implant-Restored Fixed Bridge in Washington DC?

Having missing teeth can affect you in many ways—physically, mentally, and emotionally. When replacing three teeth in a row, a fixed bridge anchored to dental implants is the only fixed alternative. A dental bridge can improve many of the challenges that missing teeth bring, including:

  • restoring your smile
  • preserving your jawbone and facial appearance
  • keeping your remaining teeth in alignment
  • re-adjusting your bite 
  • correcting your speech and pronunciation
  • reclaiming the ability to chew properly

Why Choose Dr. Marlin for Dental Implant-Restored Fixed Bridge in Washington DC?

Expertise and Top-Quality

Dr. Marlin is distinguished for hiswork as prosthodontists and for their numerous exceptional services, including top-quality implant restorations, smile makeovers, crowns that last over 35 years, and more. Above all, Dr. Marlin has dedicated his career to helping people enjoy the smiles that they’ll love for years to come. For more information about Dr. Marlin’s background, contributions, accolades, etc., please visit his bio page. You can also review our practice’s services, philosophy, and more by visiting our Who We Are and Why Us pages. 

In House Laboratory

Since 1985, we have worked integrally with our own in-house laboratory technician to produce the most durable and aesthetically elegant crowns (well over 35 years), bridges, and other restorations. We replicate your natural tooth shape, internal shade, and translucency, which cannot be matched by working with an off-site, commercial laboratory. Better yet, having an in-house lab ensures you will receive a faster result without sacrificing quality.


Real Patient Results

When it comes to your smile, you deserve the best. Review our many satisfied patients’ incredible transformations by viewing our before and after gallery!

The Dental Implant-Restored Fixed Bridge Process

Elite Prosthetic Dentistry is dedicated to providing the best implant-restored fixed bridge results and experience. Our tried-and-trusted implant-restored fixed bridge process typically requires several steps that are essential in reaching the best end result—a simply radiant, simply natural smile.

Dental Implant-Restored Fixed Bridge Case Study

The fixed bridge seated over multiple abutments that are, in turn, seated over multiple dental implants requires a very sophisticated surgical and restorative technique that a highly skilled prosthodontist can only achieve.

The patient in this example was very adamant about not having any of the “Same Day Implants” treatment regimens. She wanted crowns on custom abutments. She had extensive bone loss around her remaining upper teeth that needed to be replaced with multiple implants. Pink porcelain was used to replicate the missing gingiva (gum tissue).

Implant-Restored Fixed Bridge before & after

Schedule Your Dental Implant-Restored Fixed Bridge Consultation in Washington DC, Chevy Chase MD, McLean and Arlington VA area

If you are missing multiple teeth in one arch or have been told that your remaining teeth in an arch are hopeless and would like to have a better understanding of your treatment options and how we can resolve them, or if you have been told that you need them extracted but are uncertain of that conclusion, call to discuss your concerns or questions at (202) 244-2101. Dr. Marlin and our team look forward to meeting you soon!