After the initial shock of tooth loss, it is a breath of fresh air when you finally get the problem resolved. Not only because it has sorted out your smile once more, but also because it can help to maintain the overall health of your mouth. One of the finest and most reliable ways of getting around the problem is to opt for a dental bridge; this can come in many forms to suit different aspects of tooth loss. The most popular version of the dental bridge is one that is cemented onto the teeth that are left around the gap, and it can also be used to overcome multiple tooth loss as well, especially if it is used in conjunction with a dental implant, which will help to give the bridge anchorage. In fact, the implant has pretty much changed how bridgework is done; the other variations used to involve wires and resin to bond the bridge in with, but this technique has rather taken second stage because of the validity of the implant- it has also improved the sell by date of a bridge and if you look after it, it will look after you for a good 20 years. The only thing you have to be careful of is cleaning your bridge; you have to vigilant but this will be drilled into you when you first have it fitted. If your fancy the idea of a bridge, then you can get more details from he Clifton dental studio; though based in Bristol, they offer their wisdom to the Swindon aea.