Minimum Preparation Bridges

These require very little or no preparation of neighbouring teeth and are simply stuck onto the tooth adjacent to the gap. They work best replacing anterior teeth but sometimes can fall off. Their suitability is dependent on your bite which will be assessed by your dentist.

Conventional Bridges

These are the traditional way of replacing the missing teeth in a non removable fashion. They are strongly fitted into place and provide good They require preparation of adjacent teeth which can make them vulnerable to nerve damage, fracture and possible risk of decay. As they are cemented in place, they can last for many years as well as providing good aesthetics.