A dental bridge fills in a gap caused by one or more missing teeth. A typical dental bridge consists of crowns that are placed on both sides of a gap and a false tooth or teeth that replace the missing teeth. The false teeth are made from various materials, such as gold or porcelain. Unlike removable dentures, a dental bridge is fixed permanently, as it is anchored to the teeth at one, or both, sides using metal bands supported by resin or cement. If well cared for, a dental bridge should last for 10 up to 15 years. There are many different types of dental bridges. The type of a bridge is individually adjusted by the dentist after a consultation and depends on the teeth quality on either side of the gap, as well as the position of the gap.
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