An immediate adhesive bridge using the natural tooth

M Ashley, V Holden
British Dental Journal 1998 January 10, 184 (1): 18-20
There are several methods available for the replacement of missing anterior teeth. These include a removable prosthesis, a conventional fixed bridge, an adhesive bridge or a dental implant. The choice of the most suitable technique depends on several factors, such as the condition of the adjacent teeth, the occlusion, the patient's wishes and the financial implications of the proposed treatment.

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