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Resin Bonded Bridge

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zahrah Almubarak

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Resin Bonded Bridge

less invasive for single tooth replacement and the restoration enables the dental practitioner to replace missing teeth aesthetically with minimal reduction.
Indications
Advantages
Disadvantages
Irreversible.
Pontic
is usually made from
porcelain
.
OBCS 481
Course Director & Supervisor:
Dr. Rashah Asaad
Preparation by:
Zahrah Almubarak
A resin-bonded bridge
is replacing a missing tooth that relies for its retention on a composite resin cement.
Procedure is quick and
far less expensive than other prosthesis.
Adequate periodontal condition.
This bridge involves the
pontic
teeth fused together to
wings
that can be bonded lingually and proximally on the abutment teeth using resin cement.
Contraindications
Para functional habits.
Tooth preparation designs
Reduce lingual enamel surface
and provide a shoulder preparation with rounded internal line angles at the margin.
Cementation
By chemically curing composite resin cement.
Thank you
A. Damien Walmsley, Trevor F.alsh, Phillip J. Lumley, F.J Trevor Burke, Adrian C. Shortall, Richard Hayes-all, Iain A. Pretty. Restorative Dentistry Second edition, Churchill Livingstone, 2007.
j.Fraser McCord Alan A.Grant,Callum C.Youngson, Roger M. Watson, David M.Davis. Missing Teeth A Guide to treatment options 2002.
Jounal of Dental Sciences & Oral Rehabilitation, Bareilly, April - June 2012.
dentist.net/pages/missing-tooth-article
kellerlab.com/180/products/maryland-bridge.php
Tooth preparation design courtesy of Marti A. Freilich, DDS and Jonathan C.Meiers, DMD of the University of Connectict School of Dental Medicine.
Uncertain longevity.
No space correction.
No alignment correction.
Difficult temporization.
Metal wings show shadow in the abutment teeth.
No anesthetic required as preparation is in enamel.
Supragingival margins.
Minimal tooth preparation.
Rebonding is possible.
Unrestored abutments teeth.
Single tooth replacement.
Adequate clinical crown length.
Short clinical crowns.
Extensively restored or damaged teeth.
Compromised enamel.
Significant pontic space width discrepancy.
Deep vertical overlap.
Nickel sensitivity.
Create a proximal step
locate at the edentulous connector area.
Create a lingual groove
by continuing the lingual step.
Round and smooth
all line angles.
References
Wings
must be rigid and is usually fabricated from a
metal alloy.
This type of bridge is known as a
(Maryland bridge)
.
Anterior tooth replacement.
webmd.com/oral-health/guide/dental-health-bridges
Proper tooth alignment.
Favorable occlusion.
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