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Dental Bridges in St Neots, Cambridgeshire

What are Dental Implants?

At Priory Park Dental Practice in St Neots, Cambridgeshire, we offer dental bridges, essential prosthetics designed to replace missing teeth. These bridges bridge the gap between adjacent natural teeth or dental implants by incorporating artificial teeth, known as pontics, anchored in place by dental crowns, also called abutments. If you’re tired of the gaps in your smile affecting your confidence and oral function, our tailored bridge treatments starting from just £640 can restore your smile’s brilliance and your quality of life. Say goodbye to difficulty chewing and self-consciousness and hello to a complete, functional, and radiant smile once again with our expert team dedicated to your dental care.

Who Could Benefit from Dental Bridges?

Dental bridges offer a valuable solution for a variety of individuals dealing with tooth loss or gaps in their smiles. Here’s a closer look at who could benefit from dental bridges:

Tooth Loss Sufferers

Dental bridges are ideal for individuals who have lost one or more teeth due to decay, trauma, or other dental issues. Bridges can effectively replace missing teeth, restoring the smile’s appearance and function.

Improved Chewing Function

Missing teeth can hinder one’s ability to chew food properly. Dental bridges restore chewing function, making it easier and more comfortable to enjoy a variety of foods.

Speech Enhancement

Gaps in the mouth can affect speech clarity. Dental bridges can help individuals speak more clearly and confidently.

Preventing Tooth Shifting

When a tooth is missing, adjacent teeth may shift or tilt into the gap, causing misalignment and bite problems. Dental bridges prevent this shifting, preserving the alignment of neighbouring teeth.

Support for Facial Structure

Tooth loss can lead to changes in facial structure and sagging of the cheeks. Dental bridges help maintain proper facial support, promoting a more youthful appearance.

Alternatives to Dentures

For individuals who prefer a fixed and non-removable solution over dentures, dental bridges are an excellent choice.

Preserving Oral Health

By replacing missing teeth, dental bridges contribute to the overall health and stability of the oral cavity, preventing potential dental issues in the future.

Convenient and Efficient

Dental bridges are a convenient and time-efficient tooth replacement option, often requiring fewer appointments compared to other options like dental implants.

The Procedure for Getting Dental Bridges

The process of obtaining dental bridges typically involves several well-defined steps, ensuring a successful and long-lasting restoration of your smile:

Why Choose Priory Park Dental Practice for Your Dental Bridges?

At Priory Park Dental Practice in St Neots, Cambridgeshire, we’re dedicated to providing exceptional dental bridge treatments that combine expertise with precision. Our experienced dental professionals undergo thorough assessments to create personalised treatment plans tailored to your unique needs. With our commitment to accessibility, our dental bridge treatments start from just £640, ensuring high-quality care without financial strain.

Equipped with state-of-the-art dental technology, we offer accurate diagnostics and the latest techniques in dental bridge placements. Our minimally invasive approach prioritises preserving your natural tooth structure while effectively restoring function and aesthetics. We prioritise patient comfort, creating a welcoming and comfortable environment to ensure a painless and stress-free experience.

Using high-quality materials, we meticulously craft each dental bridge to seamlessly blend with your natural teeth, guaranteeing a beautiful and natural-looking result. Our transparent communication ensures that you’re informed at every stage of the process, with clear explanations of treatment options and any questions or concerns addressed promptly. Join the countless satisfied patients who have entrusted us with their dental bridge treatments and experience outstanding care at Priory Park Dental Practice.

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Frequently Asked Questions

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You might need a dental bridge if you have missing teeth, as it helps restore your ability to chew and speak properly, improves your smile, and prevents adjacent teeth from shifting.
A dental bridge is typically secured in place by attaching it to the natural teeth on either side of the gap, known as abutment teeth.
Dental bridges can be made from various materials, including porcelain, ceramic, metal alloys, or a combination of these, depending on your specific needs.
With proper care and maintenance, dental bridges can last for 10-15 years or more.
Modern dental bridges are designed to look natural and blend seamlessly with your existing teeth, making them hardly noticeable.
Local anesthesia is used during the procedure, so you should not experience pain. However, you may have some discomfort during the recovery period.
Maintaining good oral hygiene, including regular brushing and flossing, is crucial for the longevity of your dental bridge.
Yes, you can eat most foods with a dental bridge, but it's advisable to avoid very hard or sticky foods that could damage it.
Alternatives to dental bridges include dental implants and partial dentures, depending on your specific situation.
Our dentist will evaluate your gum health, and if you have gum disease, it will need to be treated before getting a dental bridge.
The process typically takes a few weeks, including impressions, fabrication of the bridge, and fitting it to your teeth.