Secure your smile
Bridges are a popular solution for missing teeth and can be used to replace both single and multiple missing teeth.
A single bridge comprises a crown that covers a tooth which has been replaced by a false tooth or ‘prosthesis’ that is bonded to the natural tooth on one side and a crown on the other side.
Multiple bridges are similar to single bridges, however, each bridge is designed to support a different set of teeth and a number of bridges are joined together to create a single unit.
Replace missing teeth and restore your smile. We can create a bridge by connecting it to 2 or more adjacent teeth or anchor the bridge in between 2 implants.
Help protect against further decay
Prevents bone shrinkage and preserves adjacent teeth
Durable and secure
Requires careful planning and assessment
Cannot be used to replace all teeth
Requires a fixed, non-removable bridge
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Missing teeth can cause an alteration of facial esthetics. Your face tends to sag and your lips with flatten and thin. Also, when teeth are missing the remaining teeth will shift into unfavorable positions leading to a painful bite and hard to clean teeth resulting in decay.
Restore Your Smile
Gaps from missing teeth can make you self conscious about your smile. Lose the gap. Take your smile back and regain confidence with a bridge.
Keep Your Face In Shape
Missing teeth can change the shape of your face and age it. Jowls can form, and your lips will flatten and thin. Bridges can help prevent these changes.
Keep Teeth In Place
Teeth can drift toward the gaps left by missing teeth, making your smile less attractive. A bridge keeps your teeth where they should be.
Even Bite Force
When teeth are missing the force of your bite can be unevenly distributed. A bridge fills in gaps and allows the bite force to cover all the teeth in an even fashion.
Dental bridges can last at least five to seven years. With good oral hygiene and regular professional cleanings, the bridge may last more than 10 years.
Traditional bridges require putting crowns over perfectly healthy teeth.
Maryland bridges can cause damage to the existing teeth and are not sturdy.
Implant supported bridges take longer and cost more.
Bridges don’t correct bone loss in the jaw.
Bridges don’t last as long as implants.
It restores the function 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 face. The bridges are permanently fixed thus preventing it from moving like dentures.
Dental bridges help replace one to four teeth, depending on your needs. However, generally, people replace one or two teeth. However, in rare cases, you can also have four teeth in a dental bridge, especially if you have sufficient healthy teeth present in your mouth to connect with dental crowns.