Our dental experts have placed hundreds of successful dental bridges during their career, giving them the expertise to offer our patients the best cosmetic and restorative treatments on the market.
Upgrade your dental bridge and reap the benefits many others already are.
Ethical dentistry is the most important core value at Smart Dental Care. You can trust that our team of professionals will give you the best possible treatment care and advice. We believe in making lasting changes, so you can ensure once your treatment begins, your teeth will be straighter but most importantly, your bite will function better.
With over 30 practices across the UK, we’re here for you! Our warm welcoming practices and friendly staff are here every step of the way to answer any of your questions.
A traditional Dental Bridge consists of a false tooth or teeth held together by dental crowns cemented to the abutment teeth. This is the most popular type of bridge but other bridge types are; cantilever dental bridge, maryland dental bridge and implant-supported dental bridge.
At Smart Dental Care we only use the highest grade implant materials, ensuring you get the best possible results with long lasting benefits. Using cheaper ineffective materials can cause pain and functionality issues in the future.
Dental bridges are a fantastic option if a patient doesn’t have enough bone or some other medical condition which prevents them from getting a single dental implant. Bridges can be used temporarily if implants are being considered in the future.
No one enjoys losing teeth, but as we age this can be something unavoidable. Losing a tooth creates a gap in your smile that can affect your confidence, speech and the ability to eat your favourite foods.
Only you can understand the suffering involved from a missing tooth or multiple teeth. Dental bridges have changed the lives of thousands of people within the UK, giving them the freedom to smile again. The key benefits after treatment are:
Consultation - Your dentist will carry out a full dental examination on the area that needs a dental bridge, this could include x-rays. Your dentist will see if your oral health can support implant treatments.
Procedure - Your dentist will carefully prepare the area that will be having the dental bridge. This procedure is not painful and your dentist will explain everything before your treatment goes ahead.
Fitting - Once the area is prepared, your dentist will fit the dental bridge. Dental bridges can last up to 15 years if correctly looked after.