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    Dental Bridges

    Bridge the gaps in your teeth.

    If you have a missing tooth and want to get an artificial replacement for it then, bridges may be the right option for you.

     Dental bridges are ideal for people who don’t like dentures or only have one or two teeth missing. They are commonly used to:

    • Improve the appearance and function of your teeth
    • Rectify the effectiveness of your bite
    • Protect and strengthen damaged teeth
    • Close wide gaps between teeth
    • Replace a missing tooth or teeth

    A bridge replaces the missing tooth with an artificial one without the need for removable dentures. For implementation of a bridge, a crown is also used as a supporting feature, on the teeth either side of the area of tooth loss. This acts to stabilise and anchor the bridge in place, which is secured across the area and subsequently ‘bridging’ the gap. Therefore the adjacent teeth have to be shaved down in size to allow the bridge to fit onto them. The bridge is bonded in with strong, durable cement.

    Adhesive bridges are another way of bridging a gap and less of the tooth needs removing. These bridges are made up of a false tooth with metal ‘wings’ on either side. These wings are made to bond to the teeth on either side with very little drilling of these teeth. The teeth are roughened and the bridge is fitted using a very strong composite resin.