Dental Bridges
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Dental Bridges
Holland Village
43, Jalan Merah Saga #01-64 S278115
Dental Bridges
Dental Bridges
Monday - Friday 08:30-18:30
Saturday 09:00-18:00 Sunday - CLOSED
Dental Bridges
Holland Village
43, Jalan Merah Saga #01-64 S278115

Dental Bridge Singapore

A dental bridge is used to fill in the spaces in your mouth that have been created by the absence of teeth. A dental bridge is a replacement tooth (also known as a pontic) that is held in place by the teeth on either side of the gap. A bridge fills in the gap, improving your bite, smile, and dental health. It permanently replaces missing teeth with false teeth, whereby an artificial tooth is permanently fixed to the adjoining teeth. Pontics can be crafted from a variety of materials, including gold, but the vast majority of the time, porcelain is used in their construction because it most closely mimics the appearance of natural teeth. It is a similar procedure to getting a dental crown.

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Dental Bridge Cost Singapore

Dental Bridge Cost S$ 950 – 1,600
per unit (w/o GST)

This is a fee estimate & subject to change. Please check with your clinician for an exact fee based on your unique clinical condition.

Types of Dental Bridge

Traditional fixed bridge

The most common type of bridge includes two or more crowns and a false or filler tooth (pontic). The crowns keep the bridge in place. Traditional bridges are made of metal, porcelain fused to metal, or ceramics.

Cantilever bridge

Less commonly used, this type of bridge is implemented when the missing tooth abuts next to a tooth only on one side and is attached to just one crown. It should not be placed in the back of the mouth because it can put too much force on other teeth, potentially causing damage.

Dental Bridge Process in Singapore

First Visit:

Preparing the abutment teeth

The first dental appointment involves preparing the abutment teeth for the crowns that will hold the bridge in place. Some of the enamel (the outside layer of the teeth) will be removed so that there is room for the crown to be placed over them.

Impression of teeth

Using a soft putty-like material that the patient bites into, an impression of the teeth will be taken by leaving an indentation of the exact outline of the teeth. Next, a plaster-like material is poured into the impressions to make a model of the teeth—in which the bridge will be made in a dental lab. A temporary bridge will be placed over the abutment teeth to protect them until the permanent crown is constructed by the dental lab.

Second Visit:

Fitting of permanent crowns

During this visit, the temporary crowns will be removed, and the permanent crowns will be checked for proper fitting. The permanent bridges will then be cemented in place using a strong, permanent type of cement. Your dentist will check the crowns to ensure that your bite is not too high and adjust it accordingly.

Which is a Better Option to Replace Missing Teeth – Implants or a Dental Bridge?

Every patient is unique. Depending on individual cases, the dentist may suggest a bridge, denture, or implant replace missing teeth.

During the initial consultation, the dentist has to examine the gum health, the amount of bone structure present, and the condition of the adjacent teeth. Bridging normally involves 2 visits, after the initial consultation. On the first visit, the teeth adjacent to the gaps are prepared. If the teeth are not root canal treated, local anaesthetic is usually administered. Once the teeth have been sufficiently prepared, moulds of the teeth are taken, and these are sent to a laboratory for fabrication. This stage typically takes one week to complete due to the exact nature of the task. A temporary bridge is provided during this time.  On the second visit, the quality of the bridge is evaluated by the dentist. If it is deemed satisfactory, it is cemented into the patient’s mouth permanently.

Good oral hygiene is important or else, the bridge may lose its support if the adjoining tooth and gums are damaged by disease.

At Smilepoint Dental Centre, we will discuss all the options with the client before deciding on the treatment plan. For missing teeth, we will usually look at the bite, space remaining, and cosmetic requirements before deciding on the treatment plan. The estimated dental bridge cost required for the procedures will be discussed with the client before embarking on the treatment.

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Smilepoint Dental Centre
Chip Bee Gardens (Opposite Holland Village)
43, Jalan Merah Saga #01-64
Singapore 278115

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