Dental Bridges

A natural looking way to restore front and back teeth

A bridge is a natural-looking way to restore your front or back teeth. It also stops the teeth either side from moving out of position, which can lead to discomfort and problems when you bite or chew.

  • What is a bridge?

    A bridge is a natural-looking artificial tooth or series of teeth that can replace a section of missing teeth. This treatment crowns the two teeth either side of the missing teeth and false teeth are permanently fixed to them, therefore ‘bridging the gap’.

    How is it made?

    A bridge is custom-made in a laboratory and is made up of a white core with porcelain built up on the outside. That means no dark metal in the crown at all, reducing the risk of unsightly dark lines which sometimes appear near the gum edges of crowns.

  • How is a dental bridge fitted?

    Your dentist will prepare the teeth either side of the gap and take an impression. The impression goes off to a laboratory where your bridge is made. Your dentist cements your new bridge in place with a special adhesive without the need for a plate or denture.

How much does a dental bridge cost?



NHSNot all types of bridges are available on the NHS





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Did you know?

On both our Dencare Safe and Dencare Secure payment plans you could save up to 20% off the cost of private fees. Available from as little as just £12.50 a month.

Now that’s something to smile about…