Dental bridges are a fabulous way of replacing the loss of a tooth in Bath. They are one of the cheapest ways of sheering up a gap, durable, reliable and with the aid of a dental implant, damn near indestructible. Of course, they will help to maintain the health of your occlusion and maintain the health of your mouth. They come in various disguises though what you have done depends on where the tooth has been lost. If it is to the rear of the mouth, you may need to have resin and wires in order to attach the new ‘tooth’ to the tooth next door. The easiest dental bridge to have fitted is when the tooth has been lost between a row of other teeth; here you can get the new tooth attached to two crowns, and after the two adjacent teeth are prepared, the whole unit is cemented into place. And as has been said before, anchor it with a dental implant and you’ll be smiling. But bridges come with a little bit of a government health warning as well, for to keep your mouth healthy once you have had one fitted, there is a particular way to clean in and around them and you must master the way of doing this from the off to ensure your mouth is kept free of the residues of food that can breed bacteria- your dentist will guide you on how to look after your bridge once it has been fitted.