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Dental Bridges

For a natural look and feel.

Even if a gap (or gaps) in your teeth don’t concern you, there’s a good reason to consider a replacement. Over time, your remaining teeth will begin to shift, putting pressure on neighbouring teeth and potentially affecting your bite function and facial bone structure. A bridge provides the perfect solution on both a functional and an aesthetic level.

How it works

Bridges typically need to be anchored to crowns either side of the gap to be filled. Your dentist will prepare the teeth on either side of the gap and take an impression. The impression is sent to a laboratory where your bridge is made bespoke to match your natural teeth. Your dentist will then cement the crowns with your new bridge in place. Everything is secured with strong cement, so there’s no need for a plate or denture. In fact, your bridge will look and feel as natural as your own teeth.

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