Bridges & Adhesive Bridges


A bridge replaces a missing tooth or teeth using adjacent teeth for support. They are usually made of porcelain bonded to precious metal, yellow gold or white gold depending on its position in the mouth.

Although a bridge may seem costly they can be a wise investment that will give many years of good service improving your appearance and bite. A bridge uses the considerable skill of the dentist and technician. It is similar to ordering a piece of hand made jewellery.

The bridge needs to be cleaned every day to prevent problems such as bad breath and gum disease. 

We will instruct you how to use special ‘super floss’ to clean the bridge and strongly recommend use of a sonic tooth brush to help reach places a hand held brush cannot reach easily.

Adhesive bridges

Adhesive or ‘stick-on’ bridges are a simple way to replace a missing tooth with minimal or no drilling! The replacement tooth is attached to a bracket or wing which is glued to a natural tooth with special strong dental cement. 

The bracket can be ceramic or metal. Aesthetically they are very good, much cheaper, non-invasive, totally reversible treatment.

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The team

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Dr. Dipti Lad

Principal Dentist
Dipti qualified in 2003 with an honours degree from the University of Leeds. She gained a distinction in …
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Dr. Myra Ng

Dentist – GDC no. 61143.
Myra graduated in 1986 at the university of Newcastle and since has spent her career mostly in private practice …
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Dr. Savan Zala

MFGDP RCS, MSC Dental Implants
Savan graduated from Guys, Kings & St Thomas’ London in 2004. From an early stage, he adopted …
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Rebecca Gedge

Dental Nurse/Receptionist
Rebecca now local to the area having moved from London where she qualified as Dental Nurse in 2019 …
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Jenni Pattni

Dental Nurse/Receptionist
Jenni Pattni joined in 2021 and has over 15 years dental experience across NHS and private dentistry …

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