If you have missing teeth causing gaps in your smile, we can address this when you purchase our Dental Crowns package. Many of our clients come to us for a smile makeover, but may require some form of dental restoration prior to having their Crowns fitted.
What is a Dental Bridge?
A dental Bridge is a false tooth, otherwise known as a ‘pontic’, that is held in place by the abutment teeth on either side of the gap. A dental Bridge may come in a variety of materials such as gold but are most commonly made from Porcelain. This ensures the Bridge is both strong & durable as well as matching to the surrounding Crowns.
Why do I need a Dental Bridge?
When you have missing teeth, it can affect you in many ways both physically, psychologically and functionally as well. A dental bridge can:
- Restore your smile
- Restore your ability to properly chew
- Address concerns of speech and pronunciation
- Maintain the shape of your face
- Redistribute your bite force when chewing
- Prevent your other teeth from moving out of correct alignment
Variations of Dental Bridges
There are four main types of dental bridges:
Although there are 4 types of dental bridges, the most commonly used is a Traditional bridge. A traditional bridge consists of a false tooth being held in place by dental crowns that have been cemented onto the abutment teeth on each side. This covers the gap and creates a flawless smile.
If you’re interested in any dental treatment at our Clinics on the Gold Coast, Melbourne or in Thailand, please fill out our Online Assessment Form and we can organise a FREE Cosmetic Dentistry recommendation.