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In other words, a dental bridge is a prosthesis that is used to fill the space created by a lost tooth with a pontic (serves the purpose of a missing tooth. Also known as a false tooth) and its abutments (supporting prosthetic caps for the prepared adjacent teeth), which together makes a bridge.

The pontic of the bridge has small resin wings that are attached to the back (posterior) side of the adjacent teeth. These wings act as support to the main pontic (the prosthesis used to fill the missing tooth space), and for the incorporation of these attachments, the adjacent teeth do not need to undergo extensive preparing, or grinding.

After the infected tooth/teeth have undergone root canal treatment. For the embarrassing gap closure between the two or more front teeth. It is similar to the traditional the difference is that it provides support on a single side of the missing tooth. (i.e. pontic and a single abutment act as a cantilever bridge).

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