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Dental Bridge in Witham & Seven Kings

Bridge the gaps caused by missing teeth and restore your smile…
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The benefits of bridges

  • Replaces missing teeth, restoring your ability to chew and speak correctly.
  • Prevents remaining teeth from shifting out of place due to the gap created by the missing tooth.
  • Improves the overall appearance of your smile, making it look more natural and symmetrical.
  • Can last 10 years or longer with proper care and maintenance.
  • Can be made from a variety of materials, such as porcelain, gold, alloys and zirconia. This allows for customisation to best match the remaining teeth in appearance.
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Dental Bridge Treatment

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What is a dental bridge?

A dental bridge is a type of dental restoration used to replace one or more missing teeth. A bridge can be made up of two single crowns, which are placed on the teeth adjacent to the gap and a false tooth in between. The false tooth is held in place by either dental implants or existing teeth. Bridges are typically made from porcelain, gold or a combination of both materials.

They can also be made from other materials such as alloys and zirconia. Bridges are designed to blend in with your natural teeth and improve the appearance of your smile. Dental bridges can help prevent remaining teeth from shifting out of place, help maintain facial shape, and make it easier to chew and speak. With proper care, bridges can last 10 years or longer.

In some cases, a bridge may be the best option for restoring your smile. Your dentist will discuss all of your options with you and recommend the treatment that is best for you. If you have missing teeth and want to restore functionality and aesthetics to your smile, speak to your dentist about the possibility of a dental bridge.

Dental Bridge Treatment Summary

1.
Preparation of the teeth on either side of the missing tooth – This involves removing some of the enamel to make room for crowns over these teeth, which will support the false tooth.
2.
Taking impressions – Impressions are taken of your mouth and sent to a dental laboratory where the bridge will be custom-fabricated.
3.
Placement of the bridge – The permanent bridge is fitted and adjusted for a comfortable fit. Your dentist may make slight adjustments to ensure a proper bite. Once in place, your dentist will check your bite and make any additional necessary adjustments. The bridge will then be cemented in place.

Dental Bridge Pricing

Dental Bridge
From £695 per tooth
£695

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Dental Bridge Frequently Asked Questions

The process of installing a dental bridge usually takes two to three visits to the dentist. With proper care and maintenance, it can last for many years, improving your smile and restoring functionality to your teeth.
A dental bridge fills in the gap created by missing teeth, while a partial denture fits over existing teeth to replace any missing ones. A dental bridge is permanent, meaning it can't be removed like a partial denture can.
A well-maintained dental bridge can last 10 years or longer. Regular checkups with your dentist will help ensure your bridge is in good condition and lasts for many years.
The installation of a dental bridge requires some drilling and filing of the existing teeth to make room for crowns. Once in place, a dental bridge should not be painful.
Yes, other treatments such as implants or partial dentures may be recommended by your dentist as an alternative to a dental bridge. Your dentist will assess your individual needs and recommend the best treatment for you.

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Taking the initiative to enhance your smile is often a decision that can positively impact both your appearance and confidence. Embarking on this journey involves a multifaceted approach, beginning with consistent oral hygiene practices such as brushing, flossing, and rinsing with mouthwash. 

Regular dental check-ups play a crucial role in identifying and addressing any underlying issues. If you're considering cosmetic improvements, options like teeth whitening, orthodontic treatments, or dental veneers could be explored with the guidance of a dental professional. 

Remember, a genuine smile radiates not only from a well-cared-for mouth but also from the happiness within. So, let's take action to improve your smile and let your inner confidence shine through.

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