Conventional BridgeOne or two adjacent teeth are reduced to accommodate crowns which have a false porcelain tooth attached.
Advantages are the security of the false tooth and good cosmetic control over how the bridge will look. Conventional bridges do however rely on the health of the adjacent teeth. These need to be healthy and strong enough to support a bridge and some of their tooth substance will need to be sacrificed. The bridge may be made of tooth-coloured-porcelain bonded to a metal substructure or reinforced ‘white’ ceramic bridges.
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Secure, natural looking bridge
A fixed conventional all ceramic bridge replacing the function and appearance of an upper missing tooth.