dental bridge

dental bridge

[′dent·əl ‚brij]
(medicine)
A prosthetic device used to replace missing teeth.
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She has had to have a dental bridge fitted to replace her decayed teeth.
It was at the initial consultation that Paul and Richard discussed the All-on-4 dental implant system which would allow Richard to have a full dental bridge placed, supported by only four dental implants.
DeGale also had his dental bridge replaced and an operation on his nose to help him breathe properly.
Did you know a dental bridge is designed to replace one tooth or multiple missing teeth in a row, to restore one's smile while providing a durable, natural-looking result?
The zone of maximum internal stress is localized in the suprastructure of the implant in the coronal part of the dental bridge and covers the gingival part (Figure 2).
A skull found in the ashes, along with Novak's penknife and a partial dental bridge, led to assumptions that he had perished.
Mr Speed added that there was a claim for compensation to cover the cost of the dental bridge work he had to undergo to replace the two missing teeth.
If you were not suitable for implants, then a dental bridge could be an option.
A specially made dental bridge will then be attached to the part, following which false teeth will be screwed into the holes to provide a set of dentures.
You will cover subjects such as dental anatomy, materials and basic lab techniques, complete and partial denture prosthetics, conservation and restoration, orthodontic appliances and dental bridge fabrication.
One of Laura's strangest experiences was when a gentleman lost his dental bridge and came to the South Gosforth-based offices to ask if it had been handed in.
Another potential source of Cd is a metal dental bridge in which a Cd-containing alloy has been used for soldering.