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DENTAL BRIDGE IN TURKEY

A Dental Bridge provides the quickest repair for visually damaged or missing teeth, and will effectively restore the patient’s smile.

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Our teeth are structurally supported by the side-by-side alignment in our mouths. If a tooth is lost, this system is distorted and some structural disorders begin to appear. Problems arise in speech and chewing functions. A ‘Dental Bridge’ is therefore necessary to preserve the structural integrity of the surrounding teeth. This Bridge therapy is known as “passive dental treatment”.

A crown-bridge is often required by patients to replace the one, or more, teeth concerned, without resorting to having implant treatment. For a dental bridge to be fitted it is necessary to have two healthy teeth on either side of the missing tooth/teeth. These healthy teeth are abraded to allow the bridge crowns to sit firmly over them, and be cemented in place, thus supporting the replacement for the missing tooth in between, and creating a final, aesthetic appearance.

dental-bridge treatmentsA Dental Bridge provides the quickest repair for visually damaged or missing teeth, and will effectively restore the patient’s smile.

Our experienced technicians, utilising the latest technology, ensure that the crowns comprising the Dental Bridge will have the appearance of the surrounding original healthy teeth, the crowns will therefore remain invisible to the eye.

For those of our patients who worry about taking care of their Dental Bridge, normal regular brushing and flossing with dental floss will provide sufficient hygienic after care.

Why is a Dental Bridge necessary?

  • Tooth decay results from poor dental hygiene. When a tooth decays to such an extent that it has to be removed, a Dental Bridge will be necessary. It is therefore essential to protect against tooth decay; regular brushing and flossing is recommended.
  • Flossing with dental floss will remove any remaining food trapped between the teeth. These food remnants, if not removed, will produce aggressive bacteria that will eventually cause tooth decay and loss of a tooth.
  • If teeth are not brushed regularly, plaque will build up on the surface of the tooth harbouring bacteria, which in turn will attack the tooth enamel and dentine.
  • Similarly, if inadequate brushing and flossing occurs to Dental Bridge work, the supporting teeth will degrade, and the ‘Dental Bridge’ will become loose or fall out, and further treatment, such as a dental implant, will be necessary.