Metal Ceramic Dental Bridge

Metal Ceramic Dental Bridge was made for a 22 year old male patient. Missing teeth are 11 and 21 FDI Two-Digit Notation or upper right central incisor and upper left central incisor. Tooth numbers 12 and 22 FDI (upper right lateral incisor and upper left lateral incisor) were prepared as abutments for the 4-unit Porcelain Fused to Metal Fixed Partial Denture.

Palatal of 4-unit Porcelain Fused to Metal Restoration

Palatal of 4-unit Porcelain Fused to Metal Restoration



Labial of 4-unit Metal Ceramic Dental Bridge

Labial of 4-unit Metal Ceramic Dental Bridge

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  1. Momodou says:

    I am 28 and I lost both of my maxillary central incisors about 14 years ago and immediately replaced it with a partial denture. Dentures look awful and steal away smiles so I am considering a bridge. Implants are expensive and I’m afraid I’ve lost too much bone to try an implant. About how much does this bridge cost? Is it possible to eventually get rid of a bridge and try an implant, maybe trying bone grafting.

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