More about Bridges
If you’re missing one or more teeth or have a gap in between teeth, a dental bridge may be the solution for you. A bridge is connected to your existing teeth and is used to seal the gap.
Composed of materials such as gold, metal, alloys or porcelain, a dental bridge is strong, durable, and built to last many years.
A new bridge may take some time to feel like your natural teeth. It is recommended that you eat soft foods for a few days following the bridge placement, and when comfortable transition to your regular habits. Our team will go over all of this pre and post treatment information during your visit.
Keep in mind that a missing tooth or teeth can cause structural shifts to the mouth and jaw which may result in difficulty eating or speaking normally.
We recommend coming in for a consultation so we can discuss your case specifically and put together a few options for you.
If you have a missing tooth, the empty space can cause your other teeth to shift over time. A dental bridge is used to fill the empty space and preserve the structure of your teeth and smile.
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Insurance & Billing
Our office accepts all PPO insurances and we match HMO pricing. If you are without dental insurance coverage, we will do our best to work with you to afford treatment.
Why Choose Our Practice
Proudly Serving Miami
Dr. Michelle Luis, a south Florida native, practices as a general dentist with substantive experience with fillings, crown and bridge, veneers, extractions, dentures, Invisalign, and root canals.
Connecting With Patients
Dr. Luis easily connects with her patients and provides services using a multifactorial approach, involving a clear communication style, the utilization of innovative methods, a gentle approach to the application of services, and a high degree of diligence and professionalism.
Dr. Michelle Luis holds a Master’s degree in Biomedical Science and a Doctorate in Dentistry from Nova Southeastern University.
Our Satisfied Patients
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