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Dental Bridges At Orthodontics

At Orthodontics, we believe that a cosmetic bridge can be an excellent option to close gaps in both front and back teeth, restoring both function and aesthetics. This standard procedure involves using neighboring teeth as anchors, securely holding the missing tooth, known as a pontic, in place. With a dental bridge, you can chew and function confidently, as it becomes a permanent fixture once securely fixed to neighboring teeth.

A cosmetic bridge is a dental marvel that bridges the gap left by missing teeth. At Cheadle, we offer various designs tailored to your needs. Some designs require minimal alteration of the supporting abutment teeth, while others involve full coverage of artificial crowns on these teeth. Additionally, bridges can also be supported by Orthodontics, depending on the strength of the remaining teeth and the number of missing teeth.

Girl with ceramic braces

Benefits of Choosing a Dental Bridge

Improved Eating and Speaking: With a dental bridge, you can enjoy eating your favorite foods and speaking with confidence.

Enhanced Facial Contours: A dental bridge helps maintain the natural shape and contours of your face, enhancing your overall appearance.

Proper Bite Force Distribution: By distributing chewing forces evenly, a bridge ensures your bite functions correctly and comfortably.

Prevention of Teeth Shifting: Dental bridges keep neighboring teeth in place, preventing them from shifting out of their proper positions.

Replaces Missing Teeth: Bridges offer a reliable solution for missing teeth, providing both function and aesthetics.

Natural Look: Once treated, no one will be able to tell you ever had missing teeth.

Improves Chewing Ability: By stabilising your bite, a bridge restores your ability to chew with ease.

Your Next Step

Our goal at Cheadle is to create a bridge that not only functions flawlessly but also blends seamlessly with your natural dentition. We take a personalised approach, ensuring your bridge fits naturally with your bite and the appearance of your neighbouring teeth. Our experienced ceramist handcrafts each bridge to perfection, ensuring a natural look and comfortable fit.

The length of your treatment at Orthodontics depends on the chosen design. For instance, an implant-supported bridge may take longer due to the preparatory work involved in surgically placing and healing a dental implant. Rest assured, our team is dedicated to providing you with a tailored experience, ensuring your bridge is crafted to perfection.

Is Dental Bridges Your chosen Treatment?

Find out what solution suits you most, call us on 0161 428 2355 to find out more information or to book your free consultation today!


Ceramic braces are designed to resist staining, but it’s essential to maintain good oral hygiene to prevent discoloration. Avoiding foods and drinks that can stain teeth, such as coffee, tea, and red wine, can help keep the ceramic brackets looking their best.

Ceramic braces are suitable for most patients, including adults and teenagers. However, they may not be recommended for individuals with severe orthodontic issues or those who require extensive treatment.

Ceramic braces require similar care to metal braces. Patients should brush and floss regularly, paying extra attention to cleaning around the brackets and wires. It’s also essential to attend regular orthodontic appointments for adjustments and monitoring.

Some patients may experience minor irritation from the brackets and wires of ceramic braces, similar to metal braces. Orthodontic wax can be used to alleviate any discomfort, and adjustments can be made by the orthodontist if necessary.

While certain foods should be avoided or limited to prevent damage to the braces, most foods can still be enjoyed with ceramic braces. It’s essential to follow any dietary guidelines provided by your orthodontist to ensure the best results.

What our Patients say?

Dear Dr Shabs. This is just a note to say thank you SO MUCH for everything you’ve done for me and my disasterous teeth! Ever since I smashed my front teeth in freshers week I felt like I’ve been in the best possible hands! However, I’ve just finished a teaching course and am going to go and teach English in Jordan in two weeks time and therefore have had to register somewhere else 🙁 Whenever I’m back living in Manchester again though, I’ll be back. Cheers again, Helen (the one who does Arabic)
John Smith
Head of ACME