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 maryland bridge

First of all, I have a son who's a hoopster, not a daughter who's a field
hockey player, but I would never, make that NEVER, consider a Maryland
bridge.  I put it in the same category as Sargenti endo.  I would agree,
a 3 unit bridge there wouldn't fly.  I would probably make a flipper and
refer for a single implant.  For someone without the funds for such a
procedure I would place a Ribbond strut {*filter*}lly and lingually, and
direct bond...much more esthtetic, stronger, and repairable.

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  Yours for good dentistry,



Fri, 16 Jan 1998 03:00:00 GMT
 maryland bridge
I have seen CONCEPT lab processed bridges a la Bill{*filter*}erson from Las
Vegas that work great. This would take the form of a maryland bridge but
be made from CONCEPT (a lab processed  composite) with Ribbind or glasspan
core...then bond to linguals. Like anything else there are times when it
would work suprbly and times when it would fail miserably ... clinical
judgement...

dds1



Tue, 27 Jan 1998 03:00:00 GMT
 
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