Dental bridges

There are situations where you unintentionally lose your tooth, whether it’s an accident, a tooth fracture or another situation. If you do not want to choose the method of implantation when the artificial tooth root is inserted into the bone and has a longer healing time. Unlike this method, you can choose the dental bridges that are installed on the neighboring teeth. Dental bridges are a proven aesthetic method for treating lost teeth.

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How a dental bridge is produced

We need from 7 to 10 days for a process of dental bridge production (if it is necessary we can do it faster) and it also depends on the material of the prosthesis. A patient has a consultation. During this consultation a dentist clarifies all circumstances directly related to a particular set of teeth and proposes a solution to the situation. Then our specialist prepares a tooth for a dental bridge and makes dental imprints (using modern digital intraoral 3D dental scanner). They are sent to our lab.

During this visit, a temporary dental bridge is also made. It remains on the teeth until a permanent bridge is made. We have our own modern digital lab, so we can guarantee high quality products. If it is necessary, one or more visits to the doctor (first fitting and testing of a dental bridge) are followed, so that the final work fully meets your requirements and wishes. The final step is the fitting and fixing of the bridge. The whole procedure is absolutely painless, but if you want, you can use local anesthesia.


During this visit, a temporary bridge will also be fabricated, which remains on the teeth until a permanent bridge is fabricated. We have our own modern digital laboratory, so we can guarantee high quality dentures. If necessary, one or more visits are made to the doctor (to try on the bridge), so that the final work fully meets your requirements and wishes. The final step is the fitting and fixation of the bridge. The entire procedure is absolutely painless, but local anesthesia can be used if desired.

What are the reasons for making a bridge?

A purely aesthetic reason after fabrication of a dental bridge - for example, if the client is missing a tooth in the anterior part of the tooth row. Because of the gap between the teeth, the client feels that the aesthetic appearance of the smile is significantly compromised and does not feel comfortable.

A purely functional reason for a dental bridge - If the client is missing one or more teeth next to each other, of course, the dental row loses its functionality. This makes eating such food, for example, very difficult. If the teeth are missing, of course the articulation of speech can be impaired, etc.

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Our own laboratory is a quality guarantee for our clients

We choose the type of bridge according to your wishes and the condition of your teeth. The bridge will be made in the shortest possible time, exactly to your size and with attention to detail.

Our clients are confident that we can solve any problem with a guarantee.
Advantages of bridge prostheses:
  1. aesthetic, natural appearance;
  2. restoration of line integrity, masticatory function without implants;
  3. quick adaptation;
  4. do not require special care;
  5. uncomplicated procedure;
  6. affordable thanks to a wide choice of materials;
  7. long service life (10 years and more).
Disadvantages of bridge prostheses:
  1. the need to grind the enamel and remove the nerves (shortens the life span);
  2. does not load the jaw, causing bone atrophy;
  3. Pressure of the construction on the jaw causes the gingival level to drop.

Who needs a dental bridge?

For all those who don’t like the gap between their teeth, aesthetically or functionally.

May I lose a tooth?

Of course, it can happen, but it doesn’t usually happen if you have good oral hygiene and know all rules of dental care.

How fast can have new teeth after my first visit to the doctor?

This always depends on the specific procedure and its complexity, but usually it takes 1–2 weeks.

Can a dental bridge damage the teeth it is placed on?

While making a dental bridge, it is necessary to remove some part of a supporting tooth, which involves removing some part of the tooth enamel and then the dental bridge replaces this part of the tooth and the lost tooth.

Can a dental bridge damage other teeth?

No, it is impossible, because materials that are used for producing dental bridges are hard and have the same characteristics like our natural teeth.

What can happen if I don’t decide on having a dental bridge?

Over time, the teeth start to lean over missing teeth. In addition, the teeth on the opposite jaw start to go gradually down towards the gap.

How to clean a dental bridge?

Like your own teeth (toothbrush and interdental brush). Still, you don’t have to use floss.


                                 How much does a dental bridge cost?

caries treatment (white composite filling according to the range)from 2,290 CZK
root canal treatment (endodontics according to the number of canals)from 2,830 CZK
ENTONOX (tomato gas) - treatment under entonox for 15 minutes990 CZK
making of all-ceramic crownfrom 9,900 CZK
making ceramic veneersfrom 14,900 CZK
implant placementfrom 18,500 CZK
microscope treatment (1 visit)from 990 CZK
gentle tooth extractionpaid ZP
complicated tooth extraction2,490 CZK
invisible bracesfrom 49,000 to 79,000 CZK
consultation with 3D design and treatment plan (in case of non-use of services)4,800 CZK
scanning replacements10,900 CZK
hybrid removable prosthesis with implant anchoragefrom 33,000 CZK



(*) price including VAT 21%

Our work before and after
Olga MATYASHDentist - Smile Centrum Vysočany
Alexey BEZVERSHENKODentist - Family Dental Care Libeň
Sergey KLANOVETSHead dentist - Smile Centrum Horní Počernice
Oleg KURYLIVDentist - Smile Centrum Letňany

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