24 May

Bridging the Thames and the gaps in your teeth in Central London

One of the most upsetting things that can happen to your mouth is tooth-loss in central London. It will make you feel conscious of how you smile and affect the way you project yourself in public. More importantly, it can further lead to more infections in the mouth and hence, more tooth loss. Getting the tooth or in fact, teeth replaced is imperative for all of these reasons and one of the ways to have this done is to have a dental bridge fitted. These come in all shapes as sizes, because every mouth is different so they are generally made bespoke or at least adapted to suit the problem you have. The most common bridge is one that spans between the teeth that remain and cemented onto them. Others can be bonded into place using wires and resins, or if the job is complex, the bridge can be used alongside a dental implant to give it strength and security. Whatever bridge fits the bill, they are robust and can give you a good 15 years of reliable service if you look after them and clean them properly. Cleaning is a problem at first requiring special tools for the job, but once you get the hang of it, you should have a great replacement for the ones that have gone missing.