Types of Bridges
Traditional Bridges – The most popular form of bridge, the teeth on either side of the bridge are covered with crowns, and the false teeth bridge is attached to these crowns.
Cantilever Bridges – Similar to traditional bridges, these are held in place by a dental crown on only one tooth, allowing you to have one natural tooth to hold in place the bridge. This type of bridge is usually recommended when your missing a back tooth or several back teeth.
Maryland Bridges – Unlike traditional and cantilever, it incorporates metal or porcelain frames and then bond those frames to the backs of the adjacent teeth.