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Treatments / Dental Crowns & Bridges

Overcome Tooth Decay & Misalignment With Crown and Bridges

If tooth decay or misalignment is impacting your oral health, Cove Dental and Implant Clinic in Aberdeen offers expert restorative dentistry services. Our skilled professionals manage issues like damaged teeth by providing dental bridges and crowns to enhance both aesthetics and functionality. Book an appointment today for improved oral health.

What are Dental Crowns & Bridges?

A dental bridge replaces missing teeth by connecting multiple crowns, including a floating crown in the gap. It’s a fixed prosthesis which requires the preparation of adjoining teeth. If those teeth are already compromised, a bridge is possible. Otherwise, a dental implant is suitable to preserve healthy tooth structure. Dental crowns are like thimbles which protect and improve damaged teeth. It has 3 types full-gold, porcelain-fused-to-metal, and full ceramic.

How do dental crowns and bridges work?

Dental crowns and bridges help treat tooth decay and misalignment. Crowns cover damaged teeth to provide protection and improve appearance. Bridges replace missing teeth with the help of connected crowns which include a pontic in the gap. Both are fixed prosthetics and permanently placed to enhance oral function. Crowns come in multiple types and each type has a different function and durability. Understanding their function and types helps patients make the right decisions about dental restoration.

Benefits of dental crowns and bridges

Benefits of dental crowns
Benefits of dental bridges

Dental Bridges vs Implants

When considering tooth replacement, patients have two options: dental bridges against dental implants. Dental bridges use false teeth which are attached to adjacent healthy teeth, while dental implants fuse with the jawbone for stability. Each option has its own benefits. However, the benefits are based on factors like the number of missing teeth, surrounding tooth health, and patients’ budget. Dental bridges are usually more affordable and quicker to complete. Contrarily, dental implants are a long-lasting option and can help prevent jawbone loss. Choosing between implants and bridges based on patient oral health needs and preferences At Cove Dental and Implant Clinic we guarantee optimal oral health and satisfaction with your chosen treatment method. Moreover, consulting with our dentist can help you get personalised guidance and make the right decision which is best suitable for your dental needs and financial concerns.

Dental Bridges
Dental Implants


Break the financial barriers to achieve your dream smile. At Cove Dental and Implant Clinic, we provide 0% Interest-Free Finance for dental treatments above £700 which makes treatment accessible to everyone. Get interest-free financing for up to 12 months. Contact our team for further details.

Regain your confidence in smiling by treating damaged or missing teeth. Book a consultation for crowns and bridges at Cove Dental and Implant Clinic. Get on the road to achieve a healthier and more beautiful smile today.

Frequently Asked Questions

A dental bridge is a prosthetic device which is used to replace missing teeth. It consists of crowns on healthy adjacent teeth and anchoring a false tooth to fill the gap.
A well-maintained dental bridge can last 10-15 years or longer. However, it also depends on oral hygiene and care.
Modern dental bridges are designed to look natural and match the appearance of previous teeth so that they blend seamlessly.
The procedure is typically performed under local anaesthesia, ensuring minimal discomfort. Some postoperative sensitivity may occur but is temporary.
Regular brushing, flossing, and expert cleanings are essential. Avoid excessive force on the bridge and maintain overall oral health to boost longevity.
Patients who have missing teeth with suitable neighbouring teeth for support are ideal candidates for dental bridges. A dentist can give the right advice by evaluating each case.