Is it true that for a Maryland bridge the teeth on either side of the pontic must be real?

I heard that in order for a Maryland bridge to last, the teeth on either side of the pontic must be real. Is this true? If not, is there a way to fasten a Maryland bridge between a real tooth and a crown in a way that it will last?

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Answered by Smile MidTown

Not always. Sometimes you can fasten the bridge between a tooth and a crown.

Published on Dec 27, 2013

Answered by Smile MidTown (View Profile)

Not always. Sometimes you can fasten the bridge between a tooth and a crown.

Published on Jul 11, 2012


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