Dental Bridges

Fixed dental restorations used to replace missing teeth by bridging the gap between two remaining teeth. 

Bridges are dental restorations designed to replace one or more missing teeth. They usually consist of two or more crowns placed on the teeth adjacent to the gap, with a false tooth or teeth in between. The type of bridge used depends on individual circumstances, with traditional, cantilever, and Maryland bridges being common options. Your dentist can assist you in selecting the best type of bridge for your specific situation.

Benefits of choosing a dental bridge

Much like crowns, one of the primary benefits of bridges is that they can improve the appearance of your smile and boost your confidence. They can also help restore your ability to speak and chew properly, which can make a big difference in your overall quality of life.

Available in NHS and Private

If you’re considering getting a bridge, there are options available both through the NHS and privately. If you’re eligible for NHS treatment, your dentist will be able to provide you with more information about the process and what you can expect. If you’re interested in private treatment, your dentist will be able to discuss the different options with you and provide you with a personalised treatment plan. To find out our current charges, please visit our pricing section from the main menu.

The decision to have a bridge is ultimately a personal one. If you’re unclear whether it’s the correct option for you, we recommend speaking with your dentist to learn more about the advantages and disadvantages.