We can restore your missing teeth and smile with strong and lifelike Dental Bridges.
Broken-down and missing teeth can be rebuilt with the durability and natural aesthetics of Dental Bridges.
A Dental Bridge uses teeth on either side of a space in your mouth as supports for a row of replacement teeth. These are made of a high strength porcelain that are resistant to heavy chewing forces.
Dental Bridges are made to blend with the colour and aesthetics of your natural teeth, and in addition to restoring their strength, they can be used to improve the appearance, shape or alignment of your smile.
Dental Bridges replicate the look, feel and strength of natural teeth. With good oral hygiene, regular check-ups and professional teeth cleaning, a well-made Dental Bridge can last a long time.
If teeth on either side a space are in good condition, we recommend Dental Implants as an option to replace your missing teeth. These are more biologically conservative than a Dental Bridge.
Why choose Profilo° Dental for Dental Bridges?
At Profilo° Dental, we use only the highest quality of porcelains in the design of our Dental Bridges, with all of them produced locally in some of the best Australian dental labs.
There are a variety of porcelains that are suited for different situations, and we take care when choosing the material that best meets the needs of each one of our patients.
We back the quality of our work and every one of our Dental Bridges comes with a guarantee, giving you the peace of mind in knowing your treatment is designed to last.
All of the porcelain materials we use are free of metal, and all offer the following advantages:
1. Natural appearance
2. No black lines around the gum
3. Completely metal-free
4. Optimal health & biocompatibility
5. Excellent longevity
We appreciate that quality treatment with Dental Bridges does come at a cost, which is why we offer interest-free Payment Plans to help give you access to the treatment you're seeking.
Why do we use 3D Scanning for Dental Bridges?
Gone are the days of messy and uncomfortable dental moulds. We use 3D Scanning to replace traditional impression taking with a more accurate and comfortable digital imaging process.
3D Scanning creates high quality digital impressions in lifelike colours. The varying shades of your teeth are measured in real time, for more accurate and predictable colour matching to your smile.
The enhanced detail that we capture with 3D Scanning produces a precise recreation of your teeth, so we can ensure the shape, fit and aesthetics of your Dental Bridge is absolutely spot on.
Dental Bridges FAQs
Here are the answers to some of the most common questions we get about Dental Bridges.
1. What is a Dental Bridge?
A Dental Bridge replaces missing teeth. Teeth on either side of a space are trimmed down, creating room for Dental Crowns to be placed on top with a 3rd crown connecting them in the middle.
2. When is a Dental Bridge a good option?
A Dental Bridge can be a good option to replace missing teeth when those teeth on either side of a space are significantly broken-down, worn, or have large fillings.
3. How long does Dental Bridge treatment take?
A Dental Bridge require two appointments. The first is to prepare your teeth, take impressions, and place a temporary bridge. The second is to cement your permanent Dental Bridge in position.
4. Will I spend any time without a tooth?
After your teeth have been trimmed, you will have a temporary bridge placed over your teeth while your Dental Bridge is designed. This helps keep your gums healthy and protects against sensitivity.
5. How do I care for my Dental Bridge?
A Dental Bridge will need to be cleaned just like any of your other natural teeth. You need to brush twice a day with a fluoridated toothpaste, and use floss or other cleaning aids between your teeth.