Their main purpose is to restore the absence of lost tooth or teeth and to rehabilitate the distorted shape, function and aesthetics in the relevant area of the arc. The way these structures are made doesn’t differ from that of the crowns, except for larger recovery zones.
In certain situations, the patient could be helped with making a composite bridge in one visit by the dentist. It is made using special high-strength Kevlar Fiber and Photopolymer.
Typically, these are temporary, sometimes even permanent constructions, with a precondition for insufficient strength and durability of the bridge compared to metal-ceramic bridges.
The composite bridge would be reliable with single missing teeth, improving the chewing function and aesthetics of the patient. This type of bridge can be the first choice in situations such as urgent trips, before making a final one.