J Dentofacial Anom Orthod
Volume 20, Number 3, 2017
|Number of page(s)||12|
|Published online||21 September 2018|
All-ceramic cantilever resin-bonded fixed dental prostheses: a therapeutic option to replace a missing front tooth
Doctor of Dental Surgery (Paris Descartes), Consultant with attached in consultation with biomimetic (Charles Foix, Ivry), Private practice, Paris
2 Doctor of Dental Surgery (Paris Descartes), former assistant lecturer Hospital University of biomaterials and prosthesis, attached in consultation with biomimetic (Charles Foix, Ivry), Private practice, Paris
3 Doctor in Dental Surgery (Paris Descartes), MCU-Paris Descartes PH-Charles Foix, Ivry-sur-Seine, Member of the International Group of Bioemulation, Responsible for Biomimetic Consultation (Charles Foix, Ivry-sur-Seine), Practice private, Paris
Address for correspondence: Maxime Drossart, 37, rue des Acacias – 75017 Paris. E-mail: email@example.com
Accepted: 26 February 2017
The replacement of an anterior tooth remains a difficult challenge to overcome despite the many therapeutic solutions available. Given the diversity of clinical situations, the standardization of one protocol cannot be a satisfactory solution. This article aims to describe a therapeutic option to replace missing teeth in the anterior area. Cantilever bonded bridges today represent a real alternative to implants or orthodontic strategies for closing spaces. Validated more and more by the scientific literature, they allow good esthetic integration while offering possibilities of retreatment with very limited tissue damage.
Key words: single edentulous space / cantilever bonded bridge / ceramic / bonding
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