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  1. Arti says:

    If you are missing more than a number of teeth, longer span fixed bridges are considered the treatment of choice to restore natural function and aesthetics. In other words, partials are not “teeth” but replicas that fill in spaces where teeth have been extracted. It’s important to know the difference between bridges and partials; otherwise you may be disappointed with the feel and function of removable partials. a few people are under the impression that bridges and partials are the same; in fact, they are dramatically alternative. Partials are also much larger than bridges and must snap onto adjacent teeth for retention. Removable partial dentures (“partials”) are made from acrylic, plastics or metal. If you’re missing several teeth in a row and have adequate bone, an implant-supported fixed dental bridge is almost always the best way to restore natural function. a few implant-supported bridges can be a same-day procedure while others require exseemed healing periods. Yes and

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