Dental Bridges

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What Are Dental Bridges? 

Dental Bridges are fixtures that literally bridge the gaps created by single or multiple missing teeth. These bridges consist of multiple dental crowns and a pontic tooth or teeth (fake tooth or teeth) between the supporting teeth.

  • There are 2 types of Dental Bridges that we provide – traditional bridge and cantilever bridge.

  • Traditional bridge is the most common selection for restoring teeth with dental bridges. This type of bridge contains dental crowns that are fixed onto neighbouring teeth on either side of the missing tooth, with a pontic (fake tooth) in between.

  • Cantilever bridge is used when there are only adjacent teeth on one side of the missing tooth/teeth. In this case, the false teeth are anchored to one or more adjacent teeth on the side with teeth.

When Are Dental Bridges Needed?

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    Dental Bridges are usually used if you’re missing one or more teeth as they span the space left by the missing teeth

    Over time, a lack of teeth can cause problems with your bite and can cause the deformation of the facial structure.

     

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  • They help:

  • Restore your smile

  • Restore the ability to properly speak and chew

  • Allocate the forces in your bite properly by replacing missing teeth

  • Maintain the shape of your face

  • Prevent remaining teeth from drifting out of position

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What Is The Dental Bridge Procedure?

The Dental Bridge Procedure is quite similar to the Dental Crown Procedure. The tooth needs to be reduced in size by being filed before a bridge (as well as crown) can be made.

Our dental experts will take an impression to create the exact mould for the bridge. This impression will then be sent to our dental lab to make your dental bridge. A temporary bridge will be provided until the permanent bridge is created. After it is ready, the temporary bridge is taken out and the permanent one is cemented over your prepared tooth or teeth.

  • What About Dental Bridge After Care?

  • Keeping a good oral hygiene, having regular check-ups and professional cleaning is important to maintain the health of dental bridges.

  • How Long Do Dental Bridges Last?

  • With proper care, dental bridges can last from 5 to 7 years, or even longer.

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East Finchley

91 High Road, East Finchley,
London, N2 8AG

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East Finchley

91 High Road, East Finchley, London, N2 8AG

Balham

143-145, Balham Hill, London, SW12 9DL

Call us: 020 3322 3218

East Finchley

Monday - Friday
9:00 am to 6:00 pm

Saturday
9:00 am to 6:00 pm*

Sunday
Closed

Balham

Monday - Friday
9:00 am to 6:00 pm

Saturday
9:00 am to 6:00 pm*

Sunday
Closed

IMPORTANT UPDATE

Dear patients,

Due to the current situation with the Coronavirus outbreak, regrettably our clinics are temporarily closed. 

However, please take note of below advice.

NEW PATIENTS: 
We are currently offering free initial video consultations with a member of our dental team. If interested, please fill in the form on this page or give us a call to book it in. 

EXISTING PATIENTS:
Our office team are still accessible via our usual contact methods. They are working remotely from 8am - 6pm on weekdays and can assist you with advice on any emergencies or urgent questions you may have in relation to your treatment. 
If needed, they will pass on any urgent questions about your treatment on to your dentist who will then advise on the best course of action.

 

Thank you for choosing Dental Art Implant Clinics. We look forward to welcoming you back to our clinics in person when the current situation improves.

Stay safe and healthy,
Dental Art Implant Clinics