Maryland Bridge

A trade name that refers to any resin bonded, fixed partial denture. The Maryland Bridge has been used for over 20 years and is well tolerated by most patients because there is little to no tooth modification of the abutment teeth (or those teeth used as an anchor or support for the bridge). The use of a Maryland Bridge spares the periodontal tissue from damage because it is placed above the gingiva. In addtion, this type of bridge does not involve the tooth dentin, so pain resulting from either the preparation or cementation of the bridge is either minimal or eliminated entirely.
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