Dental Bridges

Dental Bridges in Kingsgrove

A lasting solution for restoring your smile! Our friendly dentists are ready to help you with the best dental bridges in Kingsgrove

If you have missing teeth, gaps that are causing you discomfort, or you feel embarrassed when you smile, dental bridges could be the solution you’ve been looking for!

Dental bridges are mounted onto your existing teeth or implants and bridge any gaps to create a full and natural-looking smile.

Not sure if Bridges are the right treatment? Book in a Free Appointment and our dentists will guide you through the best options for improving your smile.

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Benefits of Dental Bridges with Advanced Dental Practice:

Speak, smile and laugh with confidence

Last a lifetime

Looks identical to natural teeth

Eat whatever you want

No more pain

Improved overall oral health

Dental Bridges vs Dental Crowns... What's the difference?

While Dental Bridges and Dental Crowns have many similarities, they are not the same. Crowns are used to entirely cover or ‘cap’ a damaged tooth or teeth. Bridges literally ‘bridge’ the gaps between the damaged parts of the teeth. Book in a free consultation and our dentist will advise you which treatment is the best for your circumstances

...And Dental Bridges vs Dental Implants?

In contrast, Dental Implants are most commonly used to replace a missing tooth or teeth. Dental bridges span the space where teeth are missing. They are then cemented to your natural teeth or your dental implants that surround this space. These teeth act as anchors for the dental bridge. Book in a free consultation and our dentist will advise you which treatment is the best for your circumstances

How dental bridges work



Your First Appointment

At your first appointment, your dentist will assess your suitability for dental bridges. After taking a look at your teeth and confirming your suitability, impressions of your teeth are made and sent to a dental lab to serve as a model for your dental bridge.

This ensures a proper fit and colour match. Your Advanced Dental Practice dentist will then make a temporary bridge to wear before the next phase of treatment.  



Your Individualised Treatment Plan

Once we have assessed your mouth and gums, we create a unique treatment plan based on your individual smile and lifestyle.

It may be the case that treatment is needed to address any oral health issues before placing the tooth bridges.



Treatment Procedure

We begin by preparing your teeth adjacent to the gap for treatment. We then reshape the necessary teeth to allow room for the bridge to be placed over them. Your dental bridge is then checked and adjusted for the perfect fit.

At this point, you may be required to visit again to check the fit and bite of your dental bridge, and ensure it’s a proper fit. If your dental bridge is a fixed bridge, it may be temporarily put in place. The final step is to have your dental bridge assessed after this trial period.



Your Final Appointment

Once the dental bridge and adjoining crown has healed, it’s onto your final appointment. Here, your dentist will ensure that all dental bridges and dental crowns are securely fixed and you have the smile of your dreams!




Just like natural teeth, you should have regular check-ups with Advanced Dental Practice Practice to ensure that your dental bridges and dental crowns, as well as your entire oral health, is in the best shape possible.

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Frequently Asked Questions

Dental bridges can range in price depending on the material used in the bridge and the number of missing teeth you have. To find out more about our pricing, feel free to contact us on: 02 9150 9029 to discuss our payment options.

The lifespan of a dental bridge can vary between 5 and 15 years. With good oral hygiene and regular checkups, it is not unusual for the lifespan of a fixed bridge to be over 10 years.

Just like natural teeth, you need to maintain your dental bridges properly with regular 6-monthly check-up appointments. You also need to brush and floss your teeth daily.

As with most types of dental work, many patients express concern about possible pain and discomfort involved with the procedure. However, the dental bridge process is incredibly common and straightforward. This results in minimal discomfort throughout the entire process.

In some cases, the answer is yes. If you’re insured, there is a good chance your health insurance policy covers your dental bridge treatment. Most private health insurance funds cover dental care as part of their General treatment, Extras, or Ancillary section. If you have any price-related questions, feel free to contact us on: 02 9150 9029 to discuss our payment options.

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