A fixed dental bridge is a non-removable prosthesis attached to remaining natural teeth.The false tooth or teeth literally bridge the gap between natural teeth. For a long time, fixed bridges were the best alternative for people who had lost teeth, as they were quite successful and aesthetically pleasing. Unfortunately, bridges can also present some problems because the natural teeth that lie on either side of the bridge are filed to accept the appliance. This step in the bridge-making procedure may make these teeth prone to bacterial plaque accumulations, decay, periodontal disease, and the possible the need for root canal treatment. (aacd.org) Please see the video below:
Dental Bridge vs Implant | Fixed Bridge | AACD
- Removable partial and full dentures ( commonly known as “PLATES”) to replace multiple missing teeth in upper and lower jaws.
- Implant supported crown and bridge (crown and bridge which are made on top of your dental implants).
- Occlusal splint therapy (Commonly known as “NIGHT GUARD”) to protect your worn teeth when you grind or clench your teeth.