If you have suffered dental damage or lost teeth, dental bridges help restore your smile
When one or more teeth are lost through an accident or decay, a dental bridge may be the treatment of choice.
A bridge consists of an artificial tooth or teeth that are anchored to the natural teeth on either side of the gap.
Bridges are made from porcelain fused to metal, full porcelain or implant supported bridges.
What is the procedure for dental bridges?
Dental bridges use a combination of crowns and false teeth to fill in the gaps in your current teeth. For example, in a gap with a single lost tooth, our dentists will fit a replacement tooth and attach crowns to it.
The artificial tooth covers the gap while the crowns anchor to the surrounding teeth, securing the bridge in your mouth.
Can a dental bridge restore damaged or missing teeth?
Losing a tooth is no small thing. If you lost your tooth to an accident or dental decay, you might feel unsettled. However, you have a chance to regain your peace of mind after a lost tooth.
Our dentists can replace your lost teeth and restore your confidence in your smile. At Cambridge City Dental, we offer dental bridges for all patients who need a tooth replacement.
We want to help you to make an informed decision about your dental care. If you think a dental bridge could help your situation, speak to our dentists about getting dental bridges in Perth.
When you understand the procedure and its benefits, you can decide for yourself if a dental bridge will benefit you.
What are the benefits of dental bridges?
Bridges prevent the problems that result from a lost tooth. You should expect the following benefits when you receive dental bridges in Perth:
Cosmetic restoration that eliminates gaps and ugly decayed teeth
Protection against misaligned teeth caused by teeth moving to fill an empty space
Restoration of proper bite mechanics with less tooth sensitivity to pressure
Prevention of facial changes due to lost teeth
Preservation of normal chewing and speech abilities
Contact our dentists in Perth today or book an appointment online to see if a dental bridge is right for you.
Any surgical or invasive procedure carries risks. Before proceeding, you should seek a second opinion from an appropriately qualified health practitioner.