Fixed Partial Denture

A posterior missing tooth is a frequent occurrence in the mouth. The most common choice to replace a posterior single tooth is a fixed partial denture or most called a bridge. Your dentist will have to reduce the volume of the adjacent teeth and give them the desired shape for the bridge to fit in and look as natural as possible.

FPD can be made

Metal fused on porcelain PFM

where the framework is metal and is very strong and suitable for posterior areas.

Full ceramic porcelain bridges

there is no metal framework. Nowadays due to the latest materials and machinery, these are suitable for both anterior and posterior teeth when we need premium aesthetic results and for people that have allergies to metal. They cost more than the PFMs but the aesthetic result compensates for the price.
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