Stages Involved In Making Your Dental Bridge
Normally, two visits are required for the construction and fitting of a dental bridge around 10 days apart.
The treatment is totally painless.
After the bridge is fitted, you will be able to eat normally as per your natural teeth.
The bridge will look very natural and will blend well with your other teeth.
No. In fact, you will find speaking is totally normal with a bridge.
Yes, as you would eat with your natural teeth.
You care for your dental bridge as you would care for your natural teeth. So it’s very important to brush your teeth and floss twice a day as you would do with your natural teeth. You’ll need to have regular dental checkups. Your dentist or hygienist will give you detailed advice on oral care.
For over 35 years, we’ve been helping thousands of people regain their confidence to smile. With us, you can benefit from a comprehensive and preventative dental programme bespoke to you.
"It is pain free, quality treatment alongside excellent care and friendly staff."
Discuss your dental treatment needs and concerns in a relaxed environment with Sarah, our professional and friendly treatment coordinator.
Your mouth will be examined and you’ll be given advice for moving forward with your treatment.
From £703.50 (per tooth)