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A dental bridge is a system for replacing missing teeth comprising a replacement tooth called a pontic which is attached to crowns that are bonded to the teeth either side of the space the replacement tooth will occupy.
Unlike dentures dental bridges are permanently fixed forming a permanent, naturally looking and functioning tooth that are less likely to fail during crucial moments like eating, talking, laughing or even singing!
The pontic (replacement tooth) is made of either porcelain, gold or alloys or even a combination of these materials.
A crown (sometimes known as a cap) is an artificial restoration that fits over the remaining part of a tooth which has been specially prepared to accommodate it. A crown restores the tooth’s shape, strength and function (bite) whilst protecting the remaining tooth from further damage/decay. (Click here for more information on crowns)
After your dentist has prepared the teeth either side of the space he or she will then take an impression (mould) of your upper and lower teeth which our technician will then use as a guide to shape your pontic (replacement) tooth so that it fits and performs (bite action) properly and looks natural.
Your dentists will recommend a dental bridge when you have one or more teeth missing that may have the following impact on your oral health and wellbeing: