To offer you natural-looking solutions, bridges are custom made, and they can serve you for many years if you maintain good oral hygiene.
You no longer need to worry about the gaps in your smile as a bridge can prevent your teeth from moving into the place of a missing tooth. Therefore, they can help you reduce further risks associated with lost teeth.
For a dental bridge to be fitted, there must be durable teeth on both sides of the gap where your lost tooth should be. In some cases, it may be enough with a single adjacent tooth. Since bridges are custom made, your dentist will take impressions or a scan of the teeth neighbouring the gap.
Once your bridge is made, your dentist will place it in the empty slot to join it with the adjacent teeth (so that it almost looks like a bridge).
To make sure your dental bridges last for a long time, we advise that you have your teeth seen by a dentist regularly.