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Dental bridge for better oral health and more confidence

A missing tooth (or multiple missing teeth) can certainly be embarrassing, and it can often impact your confidence. You want to be able to speak, smile, and laugh freely, and a dental bridge can help. A tooth bridge addresses the cosmetic and aesthetic issues with having a missing tooth, but it also aids in maintaining your oral health.

Why is replacing a missing tooth necessary? | Dental bridge

Missing teeth can happen easily, particularly as we advance in age and our teeth become weakened. You may wonder why it’s necessary to address a missing tooth at all, but the reality is that the longer you go without that tooth in place, the worse your teeth will get.

If left untreated, a missing tooth will cause all of the teeth in your mouth to shift and fill in the empty space. This can cause larger dental issues like:

  • Poor tooth alignment
  • Bite issues
  • Difficulty chewing
  • Jaw and tooth pain
  • A change in your face shape
Dental Bridge
Whether you’re missing a tooth due to an injury, gum disease, decay, or genetics, we’re here to help you restore your oral health, your smile, and your confidence. Plus, we offer a lifetime warranty on our MEDIDENT DENTAL CLINIC dental bridges. Book online now or call us at (06 99) 537 035
Kinds Of Dental Bridges

What kind of dental bridges are there?

The type of dental bridge you get will depend on the condition of your remaining teeth. A dental bridge needs to be fixed either to healthy teeth or to dental implants.

  • Traditional fixed bridges are the most common type of dental bridge. They are placed by being secured to two or more crowned teeth and they contain “filler teeth” in between to fill in the gap of the missing tooth.
  • Bridges supported by implants are similar to traditional bridges, only they are fixed to dental implants instead of existing teeth. This option is ideal for patients who don’t have healthy teeth surrounding the missing tooth.

What to expect when you get a dental bridge?

Crowns will need to eventually be placed on teeth surrounding the gap, so some dentin and enamel will likely be removed on the existing teeth to make room for them. If implants will be used to secure the tooth bridge, those will need to be implanted into your jaw prior to the bridge being placed.

The dentist will then prepare the teeth (or implants) to accept the bridge.

Impressions or digital scans will then be taken of your prepared mouth and your bridge and crowns will be custom-made for your mouth. You may be given a temporary bridge until the permanent one is ready. This ensures your exposed teeth remain protected.

During a follow-up visit, crowns will be placed and the permanent bridge will be secured onto the crowns or implants and adjusted to fit comfortably.

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The best way to care for a dental bridge is to properly care for your remaining teeth. Your bridge is depending on the strength and durability of the teeth it’s secured to, so a solid oral health routine will go a long way:


  • Brush your teeth twice a day for two minutes at a time
  • Floss at least once a day
  • Eat a healthy diet, limiting sugary and acidic foods
  • Visit your dentist every 6 months for routine dental cleanings and exams

When you practice good oral hygiene, your new bridge can easily last 10 years or more. At minimum, tooth bridges last between five and seven years.

Most patients take about two weeks to adjust fully. During this time, avoid very hot or very cold foods. Also, using toothpaste for sensitive teeth for the first few days will help with pain and discomfort.

The reality is, having missing teeth actually makes it more difficult to speak and to eat certain foods. Replacing the teeth with a dental bridge actually improves speech and makes chewing easier.

The dental bridge procedure cost €180. 


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