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Bridges

A bridge is used to restore a missing tooth, or multiple missing teeth i.e.  “bridge the gap” A bridge is fixed to either one tooth- a cantilever bridge, or onto two or more teeth, a conventional bridge.  They are generally cemented to teeth either side of a gap, or fixed to one or more dental implants.We can design a bridge to be fixed to a tooth or teeth using conventional crown and bridge techniques, or by making adhesive (stuck on) bridges- a Maryland bridge.

We can design a bridge to be fixed to a tooth or teeth using conventional crown and bridge techniques, or by making adhesive (stuck on) bridges- a Maryland bridge.Bridges are an excellent way to replace a missing tooth, is the supporting teeth are restored

Bridges are an excellent way to replace a missing tooth, is the supporting teeth are restored.Here at BKP Dental we practice minimally invasive techniques and don’t cut into undamaged tooth tissue Paul will advise you on the options available and they are a good solution where appropriate to replace partial dentures which are removable

Here at BKP Dental we practice minimally invasive techniques and don’t cut into undamaged tooth tissue Paul will advise you on the options available and they are a good solution where appropriate to replace partial dentures which are removable.Bridges can be used to replace lost teeth at the back and front of your mouth

Bridges can be used to replace lost teeth at the back and front of your mouth.Bridges are fixed and therefore need to

Bridges are fixed and therefore need to be cleaned and maintained meticulously. The hygienist will show you how to care for your new bridge using specially designed super floss or floss threaders, to prevent bacteria building up under the dummy tooth (pontic).