We can restore missing teeth with a dental bridge. Bridgework is permanently cemented and can replace up to 4 missing teeth. The teeth that support a dental bridge have to be healthy and strong, and they must be situated on either side of a missing tooth area. In preparation for bridgework, these ”retainer” teeth are modified and reduced so that the bridge can be attached to them. Advantages: bridgework tends to be covered by insurance to a greater degree than implants and can be completed more quickly: within several weeks. Disadvantages: We have to make significant changes to healthy teeth in order to make a bridge for someone.