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Dental Bridges
Same-day appointments available
  • A Dental Bridge provides an alternative to dental implants and dentures.
  • Highly aesthetic outcome.
  • Can be created in such a way that it is conservative to the tooth.
  • Fixed in your mouth so no need to be removed daily.

30 – 60 mins




1 – 2

Adhesive Bridge By Dr Celine Higton At Beverley Dental Raynes Park London
What is a Dental Bridge?

When a tooth is removed or there is a gap that needs to be filled, one of the options may be to have a dental bridge. Dental bridges attach to one or both of the teeth either side of the space.

A dental bridge is a fixed aesthetic option to replace any missing teeth that you may have. Using the surrounding teeth, we can use the power of the most up to date adhesives to hold the bridge in place.

Conventional bridges are a crown with an added tooth to it to replace the missing tooth. These are best employed when the tooth next door has an existing crown, or has a big filling in it that would benefit from covering. 

Adhesive bridges or “Maryland” bridges use a small wing that sticks to the tooth either side, this is cemented on with strong dental cement. No preparation to either tooth is required making this type of bridge very conservative. These work well at the front of the mouth and are commonly employed during implant treatment.

When placing an implant, we sometimes need to wait for bone to remodel into its new position. A bridge works as a fantastic space holder while we wait for an implant to be placed and works by sticking to the back of the teeth either side via little wings that are present on the side of the replacement tooth.

Come in and ask us more about how a bridge could work for you!

Dental Bridge Pricing
from £735
from £765 per unit
Interesting in booking a Dental Bridge Consultation?

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020 8241 2515
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Frequently Asked Questions

What will a bridge look like?

Just like the teeth either side! We use the same ceramicist as for our crown work to ensure that the aesthetics of the bridge are matched and blend in with your smile.

How do I take care of a bridge?

Ensuring that you clean underneath a bridge is very important. It is vital to make sure that the teeth holding the bridge in are kept healthy!

How long will a bridge last?

A bridge, while not as long lasting as implants tend to be, can last very well if looked after.

Where can I read more about bridges?

We found this website to be very useful for a more in depth look at the advantages and disadvantages.

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