Top Left: Maryland Bridge (bonded or winged bridge)
Top Right: Implant Supported Bridge
Bottom Left: Traditional Fixed 3 Unit Bridge
Bottom Right: Cantilever Bridge
Dr. Prouty will often consider dental bridges for people who have missing teeth and practice good oral hygiene. If you have spaces created by missing teeth, your remaining teeth may begin to shift out of position and become more susceptible to tooth decay and gum disease as they take on the additional force of the missing tooth/teeth. A replacement will not only help control these issues,
Typically, there are two types of fixed dental bridges:
OTHER OPTIONS - Though a fixed bridge can be a great choice, it will need to be replaced eventually and most importantly, it does not address the concern of "bone resorption." See our page on "Missing Teeth" for more information.
Implant Supported Bridge
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