An implant screw retained porcelain bridge is a restoration process that will help to restore a patient’s missing teeth with the addition of at least two titanium roots placed into the jawbone. Artificial teeth are attached to the bridge to give the patient a natural looking smile.
It’s possible to replace the teeth with less danger to the surrounding teeth when you choose implants rather than traditional bridges. Traditional bridges put pressure on the surrounding teeth, and this can cause more damage to the mouth.
The screw retention option also ensures that it is easy to remove the bridge whenever necessary, restoration or maintenance for example. The implants are far more sturdy and reliable than cement used in bridges.
While these implant bridges are quite safe and proven to work well, they do have some risks associated with them. First, they require perfect fitting so the process can take longer. In some very rare cases, the implants may not fuse properly with the jaw and they may need to be removed. Lastly, like all dental work, in the event of a chipped porcelain or a loose screw, it might be necessary to go in for maintenance.
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