A bridge replaces one or more teeth by anchoring on adjacent teeth, just like the name suggests. It does not come in or out, but rather remains fixed and cemented in.
It takes 2 or more visits, with two of the visits being around 2-3 weeks apart. Across these visits, our highly skilled dental lab technician fabricate the bridge. The first appointment allows us to prepare your anchoring teeth to be fitted for a bridge. You’ll be in temporaries during this time.
The bridge is typically made with all-ceramic, porcelain over a metal alloy, or gold. Good oral hygiene is important with a bridge since it does not floss like other teeth. Instead you’ll need to use a floss threader to help clean under the bridge.