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Bridges on Dental Implants

Implant supported bridges from Abbey Road Dental, St Johns Wood, London NW8

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Bridges are used to replace missing teeth, either individually or where multiple teeth are missing from the same area.

A traditional bridge is held in place by cementing crowns over the teeth either side of the gap being filled.

As traditional bridges require the teeth adjoining the gap to be crowned to support the bridge, those teeth need to be filed down. This can be avoided if dental implants are used to support the bridge.

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Replacing Multiple Missing Teeth

An implant bridge is an alternative option, which replaces multiple missing teeth with a bridge supported by implants instead of natural teeth. If your existing teeth are healthy, it is preferable to avoid damaging them, so an implant supported bridge is the ideal solution, providing a solid basis for permanent replacement teeth without causing any damage.

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I am thrilled... I love the idea the teeth do not look like a set of piano keys - so very natural in appearance. I also like the shading that runs through the front teeth. You rescued me from a living hell.
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