Dental Bridges at Clent Dental Care What is a Fixed Bridge? A Bridge fixes a replacement tooth (or teeth) to

Dental Bridges at Clent Dental Care

What is a Fixed Bridge?

A Bridge fixes a replacement tooth (or teeth) to the natural teeth on either side of the gap.

Some bridges have crowns at each end.

Others are fixed to the surface of the teeth next to the gap.

Sometimes a bridge is only fixed to the tooth on one side of the gap.

Bridges are made of metal and porcelain, sometimes just porcelain, and occasionally composite.

What will my Dentist do?

There are several stages in making a bridge.

First we use a soft, mouldable material to take impressions of your mouth to make exact plaster models of your upper and lower teeth and gums, these show how your teeth bite together.

We prepare the teeth which will support the bridge.

Another impression is taken of your mouth, and a dental technician uses this to make your bridge.

A temporary plastic bridge or temporary crown may be fitted in the meantime.

On your final visit we will check that your bridge fits properly, making any necessary minor adjustments and fixing it permanently in place.

Read more about the benefits of a bridge at
https://www.clentdentist.com/dental-bridges

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Dental Bridges at Clent Dental Care What is a Fixed Bridge? A Bridge fixes a replacement tooth (or teeth) to

Dental Bridges at Clent Dental Care

What is a Fixed Bridge?

A Bridge fixes a replacement tooth (or teeth) to the natural teeth on either side of the gap.

Some bridges have crowns at each end.

Others are fixed to the surface of the teeth next to the gap.

Sometimes a bridge is only fixed to the tooth on one side of the gap.

Bridges are made of metal and porcelain, sometimes just porcelain, and occasionally composite.

What will my Dentist do?

There are several stages in making a bridge.

First we use a soft, mouldable material to take impressions of your mouth to make exact plaster models of your upper and lower teeth and gums, these show how your teeth bite together.

We prepare the teeth which will support the bridge.

Another impression is taken of your mouth, and a dental technician uses this to make your bridge.

A temporary plastic bridge or temporary crown may be fitted in the meantime.

On your final visit we will check that your bridge fits properly, making any necessary minor adjustments and fixing it permanently in place.

Read more about the benefits of a bridge at
https://www.clentdentist.com/dental-bridges

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Dental Bridges at Clent Dentist What is a Fixed Bridge? A Bridge fixes a replacement tooth (or teeth) to the

Dental Bridges at Clent Dentist

What is a Fixed Bridge?

A Bridge fixes a replacement tooth (or teeth) to the natural teeth on either side of the gap.

Some bridges have crowns at each end.

Others are fixed to the surface of the teeth next to the gap.

Sometimes a bridge is only fixed to the tooth on one side of the gap.

Bridges are made of metal and porcelain, sometimes just porcelain, and occasionally composite. Fixed Bridges

What will my Dentist do?

There are several stages in making a bridge.

First we use a soft, mouldable material to take impressions of your mouth to make exact plaster models of your upper and lower teeth and gums, these show how your teeth bite together.

We prepare the teeth which will support the bridge.

Another impression is taken of your mouth, and a dental technician uses this to make your bridge.

A temporary plastic bridge or temporary crown may be fitted in the meantime.

On your final visit we will check that your bridge fits properly, making any necessary minor adjustments and fixing it permanently in place.

We will then show you the best way to keep your new bridge clean.

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