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Dental Bridges in Tunbridge Wells

Do you have missing teeth? A dental crown or bridge might be the solution for you!

Our dental bridges are used to replace missing teeth by connecting a bridge to your natural teeth, which fills any gaps from missing or shifting teeth. A dental bridge is an affordable option to fill missing teeth. One of our experienced and friendly dentists would be more than happy to go through your options to see if a bridge is suitable for you.

At The Town House, we fill the gaps caused by missing teeth in one of three ways: implants, dentures or bridges. Find out more about dentures and implants.

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Dental Crowns in Tunbridge Wells

Cosmetic dental crowns (often called caps) are best described as a material that completely covers a damaged tooth. Our dental crowns can be made to match the colour of your teeth, providing a very natural look. Crowns are usually required in cases where a tooth has broken, a portion of the tooth has become chipped or to replace large old fillings.

If you’d like to find out more about dental crowns and bridges at our dental practice in Tunbridge Wells, get in touch by calling 01892 616062 or by visiting our contact page.

Crowns & Bridges - Frequently Asked Questions

  1. What is a dental bridge?

    A dental bridge is a treatment option for missing teeth that involves implanting a fake tooth using the adjacent teeth to hold it in place.

  2. What is a dental crown?

    A dental crown is a cap that is placed on a damaged tooth so that it resembles a healthy tooth and prevents further damage.

  3. How do I care for my dental bridges/crowns?

    For both dental bridges and crowns, make sure to keep your mouth healthy by brushing your teeth at least twice a day, flossing, and visiting your dentist regularly.

  4. How long will they last?

    On average, a dental bridge will last 5 to 7 years, however, with good oral hygiene they may last even longer. A dental crown’s lifespan depends heavily on the tooth that it is placed on, but they usually last from 5 to fifteen years.

  5. Is a dental crown/bridge suitable for me?

    A dental crown is recommended for a tooth that is broken to protect it from further damage. If you have a missing tooth, a bridge is a more suitable option for you to replace it. You may also want to consider dental implants as an alternative option for missing teeth. You can book a consultation with one of our expert dentists who can help you determine which treatment option is best for you.

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