Dental Bridges

At Tuscany Dental Centre our goal is to provide dentistry that is undetectable. Natural looking dental bridges that blend perfectly into your existing smile.

A properly fitted and adjusted dental bridge offers a great long term solution for missing teeth.

Replace gaps in your smile caused by missing teeth, with a simple, affordable dental bridge.

Call Tuscany Dental Centre today for more information. 

How long does it take to fit a dental bridge?

Fitting a dental bridge at Tuscany Dental Centre is a straightforward and routine restorative dental procedure.

A total of two separate visits are usually required to replace or fit a new dental bridge.

During your first visit to us here at Tuscany Dental Centre, our experienced dentists will start by preparing your teeth for your new dental bridge.

We will then take impressions or moulds of the prepared teeth in order to create the crowns that are needed in order to secure the dental bridge in place.

After this, there will usually be a short wait while your crowns and your new dental bridge are prepared. In the mean time, our dentists will fit you with a temporary bridge.

Once your crowns and bridge are ready, we will call you back in for the final stage in your dental bridge fitting.

At this point, all that’s left for us to do is to secure your new crowns in place and attach your permanent dental bridge.


Key Benefits of Dental BRIDGES

At Tuscany Dental Centre your Dentist will provide a complete explanation of what specific benefits are available for your unique situation.

Benefits include:

  • Replaces missing teeth
  • Offers support to misshapen teeth or badly broken teeth
  • Looks completely natural
  • Fixes smile and functional chewing problems

How Long Do Dental Bridges Last?

Dental bridges are a long term solution to missing teeth, and a well fitted bridge can last anything up to 15 years.

What Is A Dental Bridge and How Do Bridges Work?

A dental bridge works by attaching an artificial tooth to neighbouring natural teeth.

The remaining natural teeth either side of the gap act as anchors, securing the bridge in place over the long term.

Dental bridges can be used to replace one or even two missing teeth, and are often a more cost effective solution that dental implants.

In order to create the most secure base for the bridge, the anchor teeth are usually fitted for dental crowns. This helps to ensure that the structure the bridge is being attached to is as strong as possible, helping to achieve the best possible long term results for your bridge.