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There are several types of dental bridges:

Traditional Dental Bridges

These are the most common type of bridges and consist of one or more artificial teeth (pontics) held in place by dental crowns, which are cemented onto the natural teeth adjacent to the gap. Traditional bridges are suitable when there are natural teeth on both sides of the gap.

Cantilever Bridges

Similar to traditional bridges, cantilever bridges use dental crowns to support artificial teeth. However, in this type of bridge, the pontic is supported by a dental crown on only one side of the gap. Cantilever bridges are used when there is only one natural tooth adjacent to the gap.

Maryland Bridges (Resin-Bonded Bridges)

Maryland bridges consist of a pontic held in place by metal or porcelain wings that are bonded to the backs of the adjacent natural teeth using a resin cement. This type of bridge is less invasive than traditional bridges because it requires minimal preparation of the adjacent teeth.

Implant-Supported Bridges

In cases where there are multiple missing teeth in a row or when the adjacent natural teeth are not strong enough to support a bridge, implant-supported bridges may be recommended. These bridges are anchored in place by dental implants surgically placed in the jawbone, providing strong and stable support for the restoration.

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