A dental bridge has one or two anchoring crowns and false tooth/teeth to replace the lost tooth/teeth. Natural teeth or dental implants can support the anchoring crowns. The teeth should be prepared to create space for placing anchoring crowns. Teeth preparation involves removal of some portion of top layers. This is done with the help of local anesthesia. Once the teeth are prepared, our dentist takes impressions and gets the dental bridge fabricated in the lab. Temporaries are placed over the prepared teeth until the final bridge is ready to be fixed in place. On successful completion of the process and proper oral care, the dental bridge may last for 10 years or more. At our dental offices in Norwalk and Lakewood, dental bridge restoration is one of the dental services we offer. Our dental care has helped in improving oral health of many patients from the city and surrounding communities.