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A Maryland bonded dental bridge procedure generally takes two visits to the dentist. During the first visit, molds are taken of the area, which are used to make the false teeth (pontics) in the bridge. During the second visit, the bridge is cemented into place. Most people need at least one more visit to make sure the bridge fits correctly and is comfortable. If you need root canals on the teeth that will anchor the Maryland bonded bridge, you will need to have this procedure done before the bridge work can begin.