At Rosewood Dental, we’re also awarec of just how tough the emotional consequences of missing teeth can be, affecting confidence levels and general wellbeing. A dental bridge is a popular and economical way to tackle the issue of missing teeth, and we work closely with talented dental technicians who combine state-of-the-art materials and techniques with outstanding craftsmanship, to create a bespoke bridge that suits your smile.
Dental bridges are a fixed treatment that close the gaps in your smile, by using specially fitted crowns.
Initial chat: the first step is to discuss the health of your smile, and suggest the most suitable material for your bridge.
Treatment planning: we will collate information such as digital scans, X-rays and sometimes photos, which allow the dental technician to create your bespoke bridge. The dental technician will fabricate high quality restorations for patients and using the diagnostic information we provide, they will be able to determine which material is best for your bridge. While your bridge is being crafted by the dental technician, we will fit you with a temporary bridge, so you’re able to chew and eat with ease before the fitting appointment.
Fitting and finishing touches: your bridge is fitted in place, and small adjustments may be made.
No more dietary limitations: if you have a missing tooth or teeth, you may have struggled with eating certain foods. Dental bridges rebalance the forces that occur when chewing, so you’ll be able to enjoy a broader diet, including more solid foods that may have presented a challenge prior to treatment.
Speak with clarity: replacing missing teeth will improve the quality of your speech.
Artistry and skill combined: we work with a technician who takes great pride in creating stunning restorations for patients.
Love your smile again: in replacing missing teeth, many patients find their desire to smile returns.
Fixed solution to tooth loss: your dental bridge will stay securely in place, giving you peace of mind when opening your mouth around others.
Protect neighbouring teeth from moving out of place: replacing missing teeth can stop other teeth from moving out of position, in certain situations.Back to General Dentistry