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Dental Bridges

Dental bridges comprise one or more artificial teeth, known as pontics, anchored by two adjacent teeth or implants. Their primary purpose is to restore functionality and maintain the integrity of your dental structure. Dental bridges play a pivotal role in the diverse tapestry of restorative dental options, especially at The Bespoke Dentist, London. Designed to bridge the gap created by one or more missing teeth, these bridges are not just functional restoratives but also aesthetic enhancers.

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The Bridge Placement Process

Your journey to a restored smile starts with a detailed consultation where we evaluate the gap and the anchoring teeth. Once the bridge's design is finalised, the adjacent teeth are prepared to support the bridge. The dental bridge is then meticulously crafted in a lab to match your natural teeth' shape, size, and colour. On your next visit, this bridge is fixed in place, giving you back a seamless and functional smile.

Benefits of Dental Bridges

Dental bridges offer both aesthetic and functional advantages:

  • Aesthetics: They restore the visual appeal of your smile.
  • Functionality: They ensure proper bite and chewing ability.
  • Integrity: They prevent neighbouring teeth from shifting into the vacant space.
  • Speech: They aid in clear articulation, which might be affected by missing teeth.

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Our commitment to precision and state-of-the-art technology ensures that your dental bridge isn't just functional and indistinguishable from your natural teeth. Book a consultation at The Bespoke Dentist, London and explore how dental bridges can bridge the gap in your oral health and aesthetics.

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Frequently Asked Questions

Why would I need a dental bridge?

Dental bridges restore your smile, maintain the shape of your face, distribute the forces in your bite properly, and prevent remaining teeth from drifting out of position.

How long do dental bridges last?

With proper care and maintenance, dental bridges can last between 5 to 15 years, and in some cases, even longer.

How do I clean and care for my dental bridge?

Regular brushing and flossing are crucial, but special floss threaders or interdental brushes might be needed to clean under the bridge. Regular dental check-ups and cleanings are also essential.

What are the potential complications of having a dental bridge?

Potential complications can include sensitivity of the teeth and gums, misalignment, or issues with the bridge fit. It's crucial to contact your dentist if you notice any problems.

Is it difficult to eat with a dental bridge?

Initially, there might be an adjustment period. However, with practice, most patients find that bridges restore their ability to eat a variety of foods.

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At The Bespoke Dentist, we pride ourselves on providing personalised dental care tailored to your needs. Please fill out the contact form below to get in touch. Whether you have a question or want to book an appointment, we're here to help.

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