Dental Bridges

Your smile is just as unique as you. Restoring it deserves specialised care the experienced professionals at Wimpole Street Dental Clinic in London can provide.

Why Wimpole Street Dental Clinic?


 

A smile says a lot about an individual. We understand that and embrace a modern, person-centred approach to dentistry. An internationally renowned team, state-of-the-art technology, the highest of standards — At Wimpole Street Dental Clinic, we’re bringing you the best because that’s what you deserve.

What are my tooth replacement options?

Our individualised patient approach begins with your first consultation. Missing teeth impact your quality of life and pose a genuine threat to your oral health. Should your smile require minor or significant tooth replacement work, we provide several treatments. If you are young or have healthy neighbouring teeth, pursuing dental implants may be recommended. In other cases, dental bridges are preferred.

 

What are the reasons for getting a dental bridge?

You should consider a dental bridge if you’re looking to:

  • Restore the aesthetic appearance of your smile
  • Restore your eating function
  • Restore your speech and pronunciation
  • Maintain the shape and structure of your face

 


 

Ready to achieve a perfect smile?

For a dental bridge that will leave you grinning, turn to the award-winning professionals at Wimpole Street Dental Clinic in London. Book an appointment today to start your journey toward restoring your one-of-a-kind smile.

Book online or call 020 3745 7455


 

How we replace missing teeth with dental bridges

The following video provides a closer look at how crowns and bridges can repair or replace missing or damaged teeth:

What’s the dental bridge difference?

If we recommend a dental bridge, one or more teeth would be replaced with an artificial tooth, or bridge pontic, anchored on the adjacent teeth. Dental bridges can be supported by natural teeth or dental implants. No matter which route we take, the conclusion is the same — perfectly bridging the gap.

What are the advantages of all-ceramic dental bridges?

Our dental bridges are ceramic and, as a result, almost indistinguishable from existing teeth. In addition to helping restore your perfect smile, these full ceramic dental bridges provide long-term stability. At Wimpole Street Dental Clinic, all-ceramic dental bridges translate to:

  • Excellent aesthetic results
  • A precise fit
  • High durability
  • High biocompatibility

How much do our dental bridges cost?

The full amount you pay for your dental bridge procedure will vary depending on your needs and financial abilities. However, the following amounts should provide a sense of your total fees:

  • Full ceramic dental bridge on teeth or implants (replacing three teeth in the front of your mouth) — £4,800
  • Full ceramic dental bridge on teeth or implants (replacing three teeth in the back of your mouth) — £3,900
  • Per additional pontic/ missing tooth — £500
  • Per additional anchor tooth or implant — £750

 


 

Ready to achieve a perfect smile?

For a dental bridge that will leave you grinning, turn to the award-winning professionals at Wimpole Street Dental Clinic in London. Book an appointment today to start your journey toward restoring your one-of-a-kind smile.

Book online or call 020 3745 7455


 

What is our dental bridge process?

Once we’ve determined a dental bridge is right for you, you can expect the following treatment:

  • Meticulous attention to detail is paid to preparing your neighbouring teeth to ensure the perfect fit.
  • Next is where that state-of-the-art technology comes into play. We use an intraoral scanner to take an impression of your teeth.
  • A temporary plastic bridge is placed over the prepared teeth while the ceramic bridge is being developed.
  • A dental technician uses the impression to create the ceramic dental bridge and to exact colour specifications.
  • The plastic bridge is removed, the teeth are cleaned and a high-performing adhesive cement is used to secure the finished dental bridge in place.

Can permanent dental bridges be repaired?

Our all-ceramic dental bridges are designed to last. A well-made dental bridge can go problem-free for several decades. But just as biting down on hard food can break existing teeth, the same can be true of dental bridges. In such scenarios, yes, a dental bridge can be repaired.

The scope of the repairs will depend on the reason for the damage. For example, there could be decay on an abutment tooth due to poor oral health care. No matter the issue, our experienced team will evaluate the complication and recommend the best course of action.

How to prevent damage to dental bridges

Natural teeth and gums stay healthy with proper oral health care. The same is true of dental bridges. To prevent damage to your dental bridge, be sure to:

  • Brush your teeth twice a day
  • Floss regularly
  • Remove any plaque that accumulates

Other tooth or teeth repair options

Our experience guarantees we’ll recommend the right solution for your smile. If you’re missing multiple teeth and require a long-term solution, removable or full dentures may be preferred. The following video provides more information about these options.

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All-ceramic conventional bridge showing the importance of a great dental tec

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All-ceramic conventional bridge in the upper jaw to replace the left lateral

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Lecturer of the Academy of Practice and Science

Implantologist certified by the German Society for Implantology (DGI)

Specialist certified by the General Dental Council and the German Society of Prosthodontics and Dental Materials

Fellow of the Royal Society of Medicine

Registered Specialist with the General Dental Council

All-on-4® Competence Center

University lecturer at the Christian-Albrechts-University at Kiel, Germany

Certified training centre for Implantology (DGI)

European Association for Osseointegration

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Wimpole Street Dental Clinic
  • 55 Wimpole Street
  • Marylebone
  • London
  • W1G 8YL
  • T.020 3745 7455

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