Dentist in Magnolia
6519 FM 1488, Suite 505
Magnolia, TX 77354
A dental bridge is used to replace a missing tooth or teeth. A tooth or teeth neighboring the missing tooth or teeth may be crowned, and used as anchoring teeth to support the replacement tooth. It is important to replace missing teeth to avoid shifting of surrounding teeth, which may lead to misaligned bite, TMJ and other problems.
Dental bridges are custom-made to match your natural teeth in color and overall appearance. They are made from mixtures of gold, metal, alloys or porcelain to ensure that they are strong and durable. With appropriate at home and professional care, your dental bridges may last for years.
Besides the aesthetic disadvantage of missing a tooth, if left untreated, structural changes to your mouth and jaw may occur, making it difficult to eat and speak properly.
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Exceptional customer service. They made me feel welcomed. And they were very professional and caring of my needs. They're highly reffed in my book!
— Kanna H.
I was able to get in quickly. The staff was friendly, kind, and caring which put me at ease and made my visit comfortable (which is unusual for me because I hate going to the dentist). Gentle care would highly recommend!
— Ronna H.
Dr Chung is amazing and very personable. We have been going to his office for many years. He is always very fair and honest. I have sent at least 8 people to him because of these traits including my extended family and several co-workers.
— Sheila D.
The staff was very friendly and the procedure I had was virtually painless. I have been going to the same dentist for almost 20 years but I had such a good experience with Serenity Dental that I think I will be going to them for now on.
— Kevin M.
Excellence is what is normal at this office… Special commendation for taking care of accurate and timely dental records, billing and insurance paperwork.
— Chopin K.
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