Dental Bridge

Bridge the gap for a perfect smile with dental bridges!

A beautiful smile is just a bridge away: With our expertly crafted dental bridges, you can achieve the perfect smile you’ve always dreamed of. Say goodbye to gaps, discomfort, and self-consciousness, and hello to a brighter future.


How can dental bridge treatment help you?

Here are some key benefits of dental bridges:

  1. Restores missing teeth: Dental bridges are an effective solution for patients who are missing one or more teeth. By filling the gap left by a missing tooth, bridges help restore your smile and improve your overall oral health.

  2. Improves speech and chewing: Missing teeth can affect your ability to speak and chew properly, but dental bridges can help restore these functions. With a bridge, you can speak and eat with confidence, knowing that your teeth are working properly.

  3. Prevents other teeth from shifting: When a tooth is missing, the surrounding teeth can shift out of place, leading to misalignment and other dental problems. Dental bridges help prevent this from happening by filling the gap and keeping your teeth in their proper positions.

  4. Helps maintain facial structure: Missing teeth can lead to changes in your facial structure, such as a sunken appearance or sagging cheeks. Dental bridges help maintain your facial structure by filling in the gaps and providing support to your remaining teeth.

  5. Provides a natural-looking solution: Dental bridges are designed to look and feel like your natural teeth, so you can smile and speak with confidence. They are customized to fit your mouth perfectly, ensuring that they blend in seamlessly with your existing teeth.

What To Expect

If you are considering dental bridges treatment at our dental clinic, here are the steps you can expect:

  1. Consultation: The first step is to schedule a consultation with us. During this appointment, we will examine your teeth and gums, take x-rays or other diagnostic images, and discuss your options for treatment.

  2. Preparation: If you decide to proceed with dental bridges treatment, we will begin by preparing your teeth. This may involve removing any decayed or damaged tooth material, as well as reshaping the teeth that will support the bridge.

  3. Impression: Once your teeth are prepared, we will take an impression of your teeth and gums. This impression will be used to create a custom-made bridge that fits perfectly in your mouth.

  4. Temporary bridge: While your permanent bridge is being created, we may place a temporary bridge to protect your teeth and gums. This temporary bridge is designed to be a placeholder until your permanent bridge is ready.

  5. Fitting: When your permanent bridge is ready, we will fit it in your mouth and make any necessary adjustments to ensure a comfortable fit. This may involve adjusting the shape or size of the bridge, as well as making sure it matches the color and shape of your natural teeth.

  6. Bonding: Once the bridge is fitted properly, we will bond it in place using a special adhesive. This process may involve using dental cement or other bonding materials to attach the bridge to your teeth.

  7. Follow-up: Finally, we will schedule a follow-up appointment to make sure your bridge is functioning properly and to check on your overall oral health. They may also provide tips and advice for caring for your new bridge, including regular brushing and flossing, as well as routine check-ups and cleanings.


Most frequent questions and answers

A dental bridge is a dental appliance used to replace one or more missing teeth. The bridge is anchored in place by attaching to adjacent natural teeth or dental implants.

A dental bridge relies on adjacent teeth or implants for support, while a dental implant is a standalone replacement for a missing tooth that is anchored in the jawbone.

There are several types of dental bridges, including traditional bridges (which are anchored to natural teeth), cantilever bridges (which are anchored to a single tooth), and implant-supported bridges (which are anchored to dental implants).

The placement of a dental bridge typically involves two appointments. During the first appointment, the teeth on either side of the gap are prepared by removing some of the enamel to make room for the bridge. An impression of the teeth is then taken and sent to a dental lab to create the bridge. At the second appointment, the bridge is cemented into place.

The process of getting a dental bridge should not be painful. However, some patients may experience temporary discomfort or sensitivity following the placement of the bridge.

The cost of a dental bridge varies depending on the material used and the location of the dental practice. Bridges made from more expensive materials, such as porcelain or ceramic, may be more expensive than those made from metal. Insurance may cover part or all of the cost of a dental bridge.

Dental bridges require the same level of care as natural teeth, including brushing and flossing regularly and visiting the dentist for regular checkups and cleanings. Patients should also avoid chewing on hard or sticky foods that could damage the bridge.

Klinik Pergigian Dentalpark Kajang
5-1, Jln Kajang Perdana 3/1, Taman Kajang Perdana, 4300 Kajang, Selangor

Klinik Pergigian Dentalpark Tropicana
No.2G, Tingkat Bawah, Jalan Aman Sinaria 4, Bandar Tropicana Aman, 42500 Telok Panglima Garang, Selangor

Klinik Pergigian Dentalpark Melaka
A1, Jalan PKCAK 2, Pusat Komersial Cendana, 75450 Ayer Keroh, Melaka

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