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How common is a traditional dental bridge?

A traditional dental bridge is the most common type of dental bridge. By age 44, about 69% of all adults are missing at least one tooth due to injury, decay, or gum disease. Many of these people have traditional dental bridges to replace their missing teeth.

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How long should I wear a removable dental bridge?
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Your dentist can explain how long the removable bridge (a restoration that replaces or spans the...
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What is the process of obtaining a dental bridge?
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It is necessary to visit your dentist to obtain a bridge. S/he will recommend the type of bridge tha...
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What are the disadvantages of a fixed dental bridge?
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Disadvantages of fixed dental bridges include: likely to be more expensive than removable bridges ...
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What are the advantages of a fixed dental bridge?
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Advantages of fixed bridges (a restoration that replaces or spans the space where one or more te...
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