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Dental Crown & Bridge

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What is a Dental Bridge?

A dental bridge is a prosthetic device used to replace one or more missing teeth by bridging the gap between adjacent teeth. It consists of one or more artificial teeth (pontics) supported by dental crowns attached to the natural teeth or dental implants adjacent to the empty space.


At Soham Dental Care, we’ve simplified the Dental Crown and Bridge treatment process into three easy-to-follow steps:

Ready to Transform Your Smile!

  • Preparation–Assess and prepare the tooth structure
  • Fabrication– Create custom crowns or bridges
  • Placement- Expertly place and adjust for optimal fit and function.

"Renew Your Smile with Dental Crown and Bridge Treatment"

Discover the transformative power of dental crown and bridge treatment at Soham Dental Care. Our expert team specializes in restoring damaged or missing teeth, providing personalized solutions to enhance your smile’s appearance and functionality. Experience renewed confidence and optimal oral health with our advanced techniques and compassionate care.

The duration of treatment varies based on individual needs. Typically, it involves several appointments for evaluation, preparation, fabrication, and placement. Our team strives to ensure efficient and timely completion of the process without compromising quality.

Once properly fitted and adjusted, dental crowns and bridges should not significantly impact your ability to eat or speak. However, it may take a short adjustment period to get accustomed to the new prosthetic. Our team provides guidance on caring for and adapting to your dental restoration.

With proper care and maintenance, dental crowns and bridges can last for many years, often a decade or more. Regular dental check-ups and good oral hygiene practices, including brushing and flossing, are essential for ensuring their longevity.