fixed bridge


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fixed bridge

[¦fikst ′brij]
(civil engineering)
A bridge having permanent horizontal or vertical alignment.
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For a fixed bridge of 10 to 12 replacement teeth attached to four dental implants it costs from PS9,800.
With advancement in preventive and restorative dentistry for the management of caries and periodontal disease, tooth loss remains a concern especially in older population.1 Tooth loss affects orofacial soft and hard tissue architecture compromising aesthetics, masticatory efficiency, phonetics and oral health related quality of life.2 Various treatment options are available for replacement of edentulous jaws, which includes removable complete dentures, implant retained over denture, implant supported hybrid over dentures and implant supported fixed bridges.3-5 Removable complete dentures have been the cost-effective treatment since decades.
According to Shin-Young Park, resected molars used as intermediate abutments of a fixed bridge had a higher survival rate.
The alarm was raised at 9.20am on board the floating accommodation platform the Safe Scandinavia, which is linked to the Britannia by a fixed bridge.
The Vale of Glamorgan Council have given planning permission to build homes on land at Cogan Junction, which could have been used for a railway station to serve the Sports Village, and now the WDA plan what looks like a fixed bridge across the lock by the Norwegian Church.
It is a fixed bridge, moving table, sold with few optional extras, and, depending on customer specification, retails at around DM 2.6-million (say, $1.2-million).
general: the db netz ag, production execution dusseldorf plans in connection with the repair of the railway bridge over the wupper between solingen and remscheid (mngstener bridge) the renewal of the sightseeing facilities (an inner inspection car and 2 outer inspection cars) bridge inspection car (general): to carry out inspection and refurbishment work, fixed bridge inspection wagons shall be installed.
Some of the (options) we'd expect to advance would be a higher fixed bridge, meaning it doesn't open for ships, he said.
The new fixed bridge near the college opened to traffic in June and the new lifting bridge is taking shape in the contractor's yard, on the quayside off Dock Road.