A diagram of a dental bridge.

Bridges replace missing teeth.

Bridges look natural and adhere to neighbouring teeth, so they are brushed, flossed and cared for just like your natural teeth.

Bridges have been around for over 100 years, and bridges will still be used 100 years from now because sometimes a bridge makes more sense than an implant replacement.

With implants now being the standard of care to replace missing teeth, we fabricate fewer bridges in the 2020s, however we know when to consider them.

Some choose a bridge over an implant to replace a tooth/teeth because in a couple of circumstances a bridge may provide more value than implant replacements.

With a complimentary consult we can help you find what will provide you with the most value for this important investment in yourself to replace missing teeth.