• Bridges provide a fixed and permanent way of replacing missing teeth. Conventional bridges are made by crowning teeth on either side or both sides of the gap and attaching a false tooth to replace the missing one. Strong teeth either side of the gap and good support are needed for successful bridge work.
  • Adhesive bridges or resin-bonded bridges (commonly known as ‘sticky bridges’) are available in certain situations and are more conservative than conventional bridges.
  • Bridges can be made from a number of materials including: metal alloys, gold alloys, porcelain and zirconia. They can also be made from a combination of metal and porcelain.
  • Bridges help to restore function, aid speech, provide a better appearance, distribute the chewing load over a greater area by replacing teeth and prevent drifting and tilting of other teeth.

Coronavirus (COVID-19)

Following the latest Government guidance, we are pleased to begin planning our return to practice.

We are committed to prioritising the safety of all patients and of our team, and as such there may be differences to how you are able to access dental services for the time being.

Please call us if you have an emergency or need to discuss an appointment.

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