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Dental Bridges

A dazzling smile can be ruined by a missing tooth, making you feel unconfident and unwilling to smile, even when you want to.

What is a Dental Bridge?

A dental bridge is a replacement for missing teeth. Your dentist can offer a number of different bridge options, including a conventional bridge or a fixed bridge, consisting of a false tooth or teeth attached to crowns. The teeth on either side are prepared so that they become abutments (like those that are inserted for dental implants), easing the process of inserting and fusing the bridge to the teeth adjacent to the gap.


Another type of bridge is an adhesive bridge, although it does not offer the stability of a fixed bridge, as it consists simply of a false tooth bonded by wings to the adjacent teeth.


A cantilever bridge is similar to the fixed bridge, but with just one crown attached to the neighbouring teeth as opposed to two.

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What is the advantage of Dental Bridge Work?

  • It replaces your missing teeth
  • It restores the funtion of your teeth like chewing and speaking properly
  • It prevents your remaining teeth from shifting which causes problem in your bite
  • It reduces the risk of bone loss thus maintaining the structures of your fac

How Long Do They Last?

If proper care is taken – that is, if patients brush twice a day and go for professional cleaning every six months – a conventional bridge can last between 10 and 15 years. Other types of bridges can last up to five years.

Some Things to Consider

The process of preparing the adjacent teeth for the installation of the bridge can mean that they become sensitive to temperature for a period after the procedure. Occasionally, teeth can become permanently sensitive and in some extreme cases, patients may require root canal treatment. Teeth and gums will also become prone to infection if proper oral hygiene is not followed.

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