Dental Bridge

Infographic of how a dental crown is fitted during a dental bridge procedure.
An female patient showing a perfect smile with white teeth after dental procedure.
Infographic of how a dental bridge is fitted during a dental bridge procedure.

A dental bridge is a fixed prosthetic device used in dentistry to replace one or more missing teeth. The bridge fills the gap created by missing teeth and is typically anchored to the natural teeth or implants surrounding the empty space. These teeth, called abutments, serve as the main support for the bridge, while the replacement teeth, known as pontics, are attached to them.

Dental bridges not only restore the aesthetics of a person's smile but also distribute the forces in your bite properly by replacing missing teeth. They help to maintain the shape of your face, as well as prevent the remaining teeth from drifting out of position. Regular oral hygiene and dental visits are essential to prolong the life of your dental bridge, which can typically last 5 to 15 years or even longer with good care.

Dental Bridge consultation from $25 to $60. Book your appointment easily with our friendly staff through WhatsApp. We will respond ASAP, latest within 2 business days.
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Why Choose True Dental's Dental Bridge Treatment?

Dental Bridge Cost Singapore

Treatment Price*
Consultation $25 to $60
Dental Bridge $1200 to $1500 per unit (inclusive of all laboratory fees)

*All prices are NETT.

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Frequently Asked Questions

A dental bridge typically lasts between 5 to 15 years, or even longer with good oral hygiene and regular check-ups.

Getting a dental bridge is usually not painful as local anesthesia is used during the procedure, though some discomfort or sensitivity can occur once it wears off. If you have a concern with pain, do talk to our friendly dentist and team so we can discuss how to further accommodate you.

Whether a bridge or an implant is better depends on individual circumstances, such as oral health, bone density, and budget, but implants generally provide a more durable and independent solution. If you have a concern, do talk to our friendly dentist for medical advice.