We are open 9am - 5:30pm Monday to Friday

Bridges

What are bridges made of?

Bridges are usually made of a precious metal. If the bridge will show, porcelain is then bonded to the base. Sometimes, there are other non-precious metals used in the base for strength.

Are bridges expensive?

Although a bridge may seem costly they can be a wise investment that will give many years of good service. It will also improve your appearance and bite. A bridge uses the considerable skill of the dentist and technician, and in this way, it’s similar to ordering a piece of hand-made jewellery.

How do I look after my bridge?

You need to clean your bridge every day, to prevent problems such as bad breath and gum disease. You also have to clean under the false tooth every day. Your dentist or hygienist will show you how to use a bridge needle or special floss, as a normal toothbrush cannot reach.

We offer a range of general treatments. Please select a treatment from the list below to find out more. If you would like to discuss treatment options and plans with us, please feel free to give us a call on 01934 627319.

Special Offers

Waterpik Water Flosser

NOW only £79 - usually £100

Find out more

Botox (One Area)

Now Only £129

Find out more

Lip Fillers

Now Only £189 per 1ml
usually £220

Find out more

Professional Teeth Whitening

Save £100 - 1st 10 Patients Only

Find out more

Click here for more details »

"I would like to thank you for the fantastic transformation you have achieved with my teeth. Your professionalism together with your team have achieved great results." MW

"I am writing to say thank you for seeing me so quickly when I had very bad toothache last week. I am now waiting to have my teeth mended at the hospital" BL

"I wish to express my gratitude for the way in which you cared for
my son William, following his recent accident"
LE

"You and your team are a credit to your profession and I haven't wasted
any time in recommending you to my friends"
JM

View more written testimonials »  |  View our video testimonials »