If you’ve already lost a tooth, you may be thinking that the damage is done and there’s no point in filling that gap in your smile, but you’d be sorely mistaken. To regain your full, beautiful smile and improve your chewing power as well after you’ve lost a tooth, call Lakewood Dental Centre at 204-977-8515 today to book a consultation for a dental bridge.
We offer a wide range of restorative dentistry services that can address a large variety of dental issues at our Winnipeg, MB dentist office. We do our best to provide comprehensive dental care for you and your family so you can save time and get all the treatments and procedures you need done in one location, at least the vast majority of the time.
We have helped countless patients and have extensive experience in improving the health and beauty of smiles. Dr. Doug McDermid has been practicing at our Winnipeg, MB office for over four decades and Dr. Rose Dhillon has been working in the dental field for over a quarter of a century.
For your convenience, we offer some flexible hours. Four days a week we are open before 9:00 a.m. and on three of those days we are open by 7:00 a.m. We also stay late until:

  • 6:00 p.m. four days a week

Get A Dental Bridge To Make Your Smile Whole Again

Perhaps you knocked a tooth out while playing hockey or some other sport where dental injuries are common. Or maybe you’ve had various oral health issues and one of your teeth eventually became so damaged that you had to get a tooth extraction. No matter the cause behind your smile gap, we can help you fill it so you can regain your confidence and chewing power.
Dental bridges are named for the fact that they literally bridge the gap in a smile after a tooth has been lost. They can be used to replace an individual tooth or multiple adjacent missing teeth. They are basically multiple dental crowns that are fused together, with the crowns on either end of the bridge being hollow so they can fit over your teeth on either side of your missing tooth.
To ensure that your tooth replacement fits right into your smile and works great, we will design your bridge to exacting specifications. In most cases, we are able to provide a bridge in as little as two visits.
In order to get a bridge to replace one or more teeth, your surrounding teeth will need to be strong and in good health because they’ll be supporting and holding your bridge in place. We will carefully assess your situation before we begin the process of providing a bridge.
If you assume that your situation can’t or won’t get worse after you lose a tooth, there’s a very good chance you’d be wrong.
For one thing, without a tooth in its normal place, your surrounding teeth will not have a barrier keeping them from drifting out of alignment. If you didn’t already have issues with crooked teeth, you likely will after losing a tooth if you don’t replace it quickly.
A missing tooth also results in your surrounding teeth having to compensate and do more work than they normally would. Losing one or more teeth will actually increase the likelihood of your surrounding teeth becoming weakened and possibly being lost at some point as well.
You may also experience significant discomfort while eating after losing a tooth. Yes, you still have the rest of your teeth, but losing one will make you appreciate how important each one is!
Our friendly team will greet you warmly with bright smiles when you visit Lakewood Dental Centre. We want to help you feel comfortable and at ease from the moment you arrive until you leave our office smiling. To help relax you, we offer a few comfort amenities, including:

  • Televisions so you can entertain and distract yourself while we fix your smile
  • Headphones so you can listen to your favorite music
  • Warm blankets to keep you cozy

Say goodbye to your smile gap and regain your gorgeous grin and powerful bite with a dental bridge from Lakewood Dental Centre. Call 204-977-8515, visit our Winnipeg, MB dentist office in person, or use our handy online form to schedule or ask one of our friendly team members any questions that you may have on your mind.