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What Are Bridges ?

At Twoth, we provide dental bridges treatment as an effective solution for replacing missing teeth.

Dental bridges are custom-made prosthetic devices that bridge the gap created by one or more missing teeth.

They consist of artificial teeth (pontics) anchored by dental crowns placed on adjacent healthy teeth or dental implants. This treatment restores your smile, improves chewing function, maintains facial structure, and prevents neighboring teeth from shifting.

The benefits of dental bridges treatment extend beyond aesthetics. By filling the gaps left by missing teeth, bridges restore your ability to bite and chew properly, improving your overall oral function and digestion.

Additionally, bridges help maintain the alignment of surrounding teeth, preserve facial symmetry, and enhance your self-confidence by providing a natural-looking smile.


From £950


15 minutes

Discomfort Level

1 out of 5



Average Appointments

Once yearly

Before and After Bridges

Natural Looking Results

Benefits of Bridges

There are several benefits to Bridges, which is why it’s such a popular option with many patients in our London practice. We’ve gone over just a few of the Bridges benefits below.

Restored Function

Dental bridges enable proper chewing and speaking, restoring your ability to enjoy a varied diet and communicate with confidence.

Improved Aesthetics

Bridges fill the gaps left by missing teeth, enhancing your smile and facial appearance by maintaining the natural alignment of your teeth and supporting facial structure.

Prevents Shifting of Teeth

By filling the space created by missing teeth, bridges prevent neighboring teeth from shifting or tilting, maintaining a balanced bite and preventing potential dental issues.

Enhanced Self-Confidence

Dental bridges provide a complete and natural-looking smile, boosting your self-esteem and allowing you to engage in social interactions with confidence.

Why Have Bridges At Twoth

Choosing Twoth ensures unparalleled care and exceptional results. With a world-class team of professionals and personalized treatment, trust us for transformative dental and facial aesthetic treatments. A CQC registered clinic, Twoth combines expertise, advanced techniques, and a luxurious environment for the smile or rejuvenation you deserve.

Meet Your Clinicians...


General & Cosmetic Dentist

Dr Simmi Daryani

BDS King’s College London, PgDip Clear Aligner Orthodontics, PgCert Fixed Orthodontics, PgCert Restorative
Dr Simmi is most passionate about minimally invasive aesthetic dentistry and teeth straightening. She has successfully completed over 600 Invisalign cases and with her dedicated to post-graduate training, Dr Simmi has completed a PG Diploma in Clear Aligner Orthodontics, a PG Certificate in Fixed Orthodontics and a PG Certificate in Aesthetic & Restorative Dentistry.

General & Cosmetic Dentist

Dr Ali Al-Naher

BDS University of Manchester
Dr Ali graduated from The University of Manchester and is passionate about treating nervous patients and enhancing the patient dental experience. His kind, gentle and caring nature allows patients to feel at ease whilst carrying out dental treatment.

General & Cosmetic Dentist

Dr Surina Sehgal

BDS King’s College London
Dr Surina is a general and cosmetic dentist and passionate about oral health and nutrition. She is Head of Dental Education at Twoth London, and her role involves educating the public about the importance of prevention She believes having a healthy mouth is so important and the foundation to make dental work last longer.

Advanced Imaging Technology

Where cutting-edge technology meets dental excellence. As a premier digital dental clinic, we pride ourselves on harnessing the power of the latest advancements in dental technology to provide you with the highest standard of care. Our commitment to innovation ensures that your dental experience is not only efficient but also remarkably precise and comfortable.

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From general to cosmetic to specialist dentistry, we provide 0% payment plans to help separate the fees of your treatment.

What Happens At A Bridges Appointment

Your Implant Retained Dentures treatment will be tailored to your exact requirements; therefore, one treatment can be very different from the next. However, we’ve provided a basic overview of a Implant Retained Dentures below.

First step


During the consultation, our experienced dentist will assess your oral health, discuss your concerns and treatment options, and create a personalized plan for your dental bridge. This may involve X-rays, impressions, and discussions about the materials used.

second step


During the consultation, our experienced dentist will assess your oral health, discuss your concerns and treatment options, and create a personalized plan for your dental bridge. This may involve X-rays, impressions, and discussions about the materials used.

third step


During the consultation, our experienced dentist will assess your oral health, discuss your concerns and treatment options, and create a personalized plan for your dental bridge. This may involve X-rays, impressions, and discussions about the materials used.

When you are done


Maintain good oral hygiene by brushing your teeth twice a day and flossing daily, paying special attention to the areas around the dental bridge.
Schedule regular dental check-ups to monitor the condition of your bridge, ensure proper oral hygiene, and address any concerns or adjustments that may be needed.

Fee Guide



Porcelain bonded to Metal Bridge£950 per unit
Zirconium Porcelain Bridgefrom £1,200 per unit

After Care of Bridges

Clean around the dental bridge

Clean around the dental bridge using a soft-bristle toothbrush or interdental brushes to remove plaque and food particles.

Consider using a water flosser

Consider using a water flosser or floss threaders to effectively clean underneath the bridge and between the pontic and adjacent teeth.

Avoid biting down on hard or sticky foods

Avoid biting down on hard or sticky foods that may put excessive pressure on the bridge, potentially causing damage or dislodgment.

Notify your dentist if you notice any discomfort

If you notice any discomfort, looseness, or damage to the bridge, contact your dentist promptly for evaluation and necessary repairs.

Meet The Dental Team


I have now visited Twoth on three different occasion... The first time was to take my son (8 years old) to see Dr Counihan for a braces consultation and my son absolutely loved the entire experience from start to finish. In fact, he was so excited and relaxed about it all he wanted to get started immediately.

The second time around, I went to see Dr Counihan myself for a second opinion and found the experience just as good as my son did

Karin Thyselius

Before I found Dr Neil Counihan I had a long history of dental trauma and sadly I repeatedly was subjected to very poor dentistry. I was scared to let anybody near my mouth and teeth. I had lost hope!

Dr Counihan made me the promise, with the right care I can keep my mouth healthy and definitely keep my teeth for the rest of my life.

And most importantly he made me feel safe and listened to

Neil M.

Frequently Asked Questions

Find the answer to the most common questions. Everything you need to know about Bridges.

Dental bridges are suitable for individuals with one or more missing teeth who have healthy adjacent teeth or dental implants to support the bridge.

With proper care and regular dental check-ups, dental bridges can last for many years, often ranging from 5 to 15 years or even longer.

Dental bridges are designed to closely mimic the look, feel, and function of natural teeth, providing a comfortable and seamless dental restoration.

Traditional dental bridges are fixed and not removable. However, there are removable dental bridges available, known as implant-supported overdentures, which provide stability and flexibility.

Yes, dental bridges restore your ability to eat a wide range of foods. However, it is advisable to avoid extremely hard or sticky foods that may damage the bridge.

The dental bridge placement procedure is typically performed under local anesthesia, ensuring minimal discomfort during the process. Afterward, some temporary sensitivity or soreness may occur.

Dental bridges are custom-made to match the color, shape, and size of your natural teeth, ensuring a seamless and natural appearance. They are designed to be discreet and blend in with your smile.

The timeline for dental bridges can vary depending on the complexity of the case and the type of bridge being used. Generally, it takes a few weeks from initial preparation to final placement.

If a dental bridge becomes damaged or worn over time, it can often be repaired or replaced. Regular dental check-ups allow for early detection of any issues and appropriate intervention.

In some cases, treating and stabilizing gum disease is necessary before undergoing dental bridge treatment. Your dentist will assess your oral health and recommend the appropriate course of action.

Patient care is our top priority