Same-Day Bridges in West Perth

Missing one or more teeth can profoundly impact your ability to speak, eat, and smile confidently. While there are other choices for tooth replacement, same-day bridges in West Perth are a quick and good way to replace your missing teeth.

West Perth Dental Centre offers same-day bridges made of various materials that look natural, depending on your preference. The process is simple and can be done in just one visit to our dental clinic.

Get in touch with us to schedule a one-on-one consultation with one of our clinic’s dentists.

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Who Is a Good Candidate for Same-Day Bridges?

Same-day bridges are not suitable for everyone. Some may not be good candidates due to their current oral health or existing dental work that may interfere with the bridge placement, which your dentist will discuss during your consultation. Generally, you may receive this treatment if you have the following conditions:

Your teeth are healthy and free of infection or decay

Like other dental prostheses, the teeth that support a bridge must be healthy and strong. It's because the bridge relies on these teeth for stability.

Your gums are healthy

Healthy gums are necessary for successful bridge placement, as the bridge must fit snugly for proper sealing to prevent bacteria from entering beneath the bridge.

Your bone structure is strong enough to support the bridge

Bridges put pressure on your jawbone when you bite down, so it needs to handle the stress. Otherwise, you may be advised to get a different type of restoration.

Your existing dental work is compatible with the bridge

Your dentist can check if your existing fillings and crowns are compatible with the bridge design or if they need to be replaced before the bridge can be placed.

Common Dental Problems That
Same-Day Bridges Can Address

Missing Teeth

This condition results from an extraction, an accident, or tooth decay. Same-day bridges can help replace your missing teeth quickly, so you can confidently go about your daily activities.

Bite Problems

Tooth loss can cause the remaining teeth to shift towards the gap. This may lead to bite problems and eating and speaking difficulties. A dental bridge will help keep your teeth in their proper position.

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Why Choose
West Perth Dental Centre

State-of-the-art Dental Technology

We equipped our dental clinic with modern technology to provide efficient dental services, including same-day bridges.

Experienced Dentists and In-House Specialists

At our clinic, we have dentists who are experienced in placing same-day bridges and have been doing so for many years.

Wide Range of Payment Options

We want to lessen your financial burden, so we offer flexible payment options to make our services more affordable.

ABOUT Same-Day Bridges

The same-day dental bridge technique is pretty similar to that of a same-day dental crown. Your bridge dentist will numb the area before preparing the abutment teeth. Once the abutment teeth are prepared, digital scans of your mouth are taken. These images will be used to create your same-day bridge, which will be ready within an hour or so. Your dentist will check the bridge for fit and colour before cementing it. 

The entire treatment time may take 2 to 3 hours, which means you only have to wait at the dental clinic for a few hours and leave with a brand-new smile.

There are four types of dental bridges, and the type used will depend on the location of the missing tooth or teeth and the number of teeth involved. These include cantilever, traditional, resin-bonded, and implant-supported bridges. While the method of attaching the bridge is similar, the type of bridge will determine how it is attached.

Cantilever bridges are usually used when a tooth is on only one side of the gap. At your appointment, your bridge dentist attaches the artificial tooth to the neighbouring teeth on just one side. Traditional bridges involve creating a crown for the tooth on either side of the gap, with a false tooth in between. Resin-retained bridges usually involve attaching an artificial tooth to metal bands bonded to your existing teeth. Implant bridges are attached to dental implants, which are titanium posts surgically placed in the jawbone.

It is possible to place a bridge on the same day as a tooth removal procedure, but this will depend on the number of teeth being extracted and the type of bridge being used. It is generally recommended to wait for the extraction site to heal before placing a dental bridge.
Oral health is critical to the lifespan of your bridges, as well as the healthy adjacent teeth. Because you cannot remove your dental bridges, it’s recommended to use dental aids, such as a floss threader, super floss, interdental brush, or water pick, to clean around the bridge and remove food particles and plaque. Brush your teeth twice a day and floss daily like you would with your natural teeth. In addition, visit your dentist regularly for professional cleanings and checkups to keep your healthy teeth.
Same-day bridges are made of high-quality materials that look and feel natural. They are also custom-made to match the colour of your existing teeth.
This differs from patient to patient, depending on the type and material of bridge used, whether or not your private insurance covers this restoration procedure, and how many teeth are involved. But you can expect to pay anywhere from $1,800 to $5,000 for a same-day dental bridge. Contact your dentist for a more accurate estimate.
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