Maryland Bridges

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Tooth replacement with adhesive Maryland Bridges

Example Maryland Bridge

Maryland bridges are used to replace teeth in those situation where implants are not possible and it is preferable not to cut down healthy teeth for conventional bridges. Their success rate and retention are good in the medium term but cannot be viewed as a long term restorations. The metal wings are bonded to the backs of the adjacent teeth.

Case 1

Replacement of a missing lateral incisor in a teenager

Case 2

Replacement of two missing lower incisors in an adolescent

Case 3

Replacement of lower incisors where implant placement was contraindictated. Maryland bridges are used to replace teeth in those situation where implants are not possible and it is preferable not to cut down healthy teeth for conventional bridges. Their success rate and retention are good in the medium term but cannot be viewed as a  long term restorations

Case 4

Replacement of the upper front teeth at the time of extraction