Dental Bridges

Missing teeth not only affect the appearance of your smile, but also make talking and chewing difficult. Luckily, dental bridges offer a quick, secure, and durable solution that can restore your smile and prevent other teeth from drifting or your face from losing its shape.

At Dentistry@442 Wardle, we understand the importance of feeling confident in your own grin. Our dental team can fit you with bridges that will give you the fully functioning set of teeth you deserve, so you can enjoy even the toughest of foods without worry. Don’t suffer any longer with missing teeth – let us help you smile with comfort and pride.

What is a dental bridge?

Dental bridges are a restorative dental method that connects the gap between your missing teeth. By bonding a tooth or set of teeth to adjacent teeth on either side of the gap, your smile is transformed. The dental bridge is supported by these teeth, creating a natural look and feel.

It’s important to note that dental bridges can last from 5 to 15 years. But with proper care, a high level of dental hygiene, and periodic dentist visits, they can last even longer. Replacing missing teeth with a dental bridge can make eating and speaking much easier, and restore your smile to its full potential. Choose dental bridges and experience renewed confidence in your appearance.

Why choose Dentistry@442?

Dentistry@442 in Wardle (Rochdale) offers an award-winning smile that will undoubtedly turn heads. Our dental team comprises seasoned professionals who cater to all your dental needs while actively listening to your concerns, providing tailor-made solutions that match your preferences and budgets.

We use state-of-the-art technologies to deliver results beyond your expectations. Our affordable payment plans ensure that you can get a confidence-boosting smile without breaking the bank. Plus, we’re always available to answer any questions you may have about your treatment.

Get in touch with Dentistry@442 today and experience unparalleled service for veneers that sets us miles apart from any other dental practice.


Consider having lukewarm foods or foods and beverages stored at room temperature after getting a dental bridge placed. You must avoid crunchy and hard foods because the pressure on the dental bridge can cause pain.
Raw vegetables, ice, and hard candies are all exceptionally hard on your dental bridge. You should cut down on their consumption where possible. And you should not chew these items in the area where you have a dental bridge.
It can take about two weeks for your mouth to adjust to it fully. After that, the fixed bridge will feel as natural and comfortable as your natural teeth. If your bridge still feels uncomfortable or loose then please arrange an appointment with your dentist.
Many patients who have received dental bridges describe some tooth sensitivity, soreness when biting, changes in the way it feels when they bite, changes to the way their mouth feels generally, and even some challenge when speaking.
Usually dental bridges need to be replaced about every 5 to 7 years, if proper care is taken then they may last for a decade or longer even.
Dental bridges look and feel more realistic than dentures.