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Resin-retained Bridges Re-visited Part 1. History and Indications

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Resin-retained bridges have been used clinically since the 1970s, and offer a more conservative approach to the restoration of edentulous spaces than conventional bridgework. They are easy to place, cheap to fabricate and have been shown to be cost effective. Despite this, they are not frequently used in general dental practice and they have an undeserved reputation for failure.

Since their initial introduction, they have undergone a number of changes to their method of retention, and the materials used in their construction. This has resulted in a predictable, aesthetic restoration which, barring the use of implants, is often the treatment of choice where teeth adjacent to an edentulous space are minimally or not restored.

This first article details the history, advantages, indications, and designs of resin-retained bridges.
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Keywords: DENTAL BONDING; DENTURE; FIXED; PARTIAL; PROSTHODONTIC; RESIN CEMENTS; RESIN-BONDED; TOOTH PREPARATION

Document Type: Research Article

Publication date: 01 July 2002

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  • Primary Dental Care is the research journal of the Faculty of General Dental Practice (UK), and the only peer-reviewed journal dedicated wholly to research in primary care dentistry. The aim of the journal is to promote academic and research aspects of primary dental care by publishing relevant peer-reviewed papers. In addition, reviews, reports of clinical cases, book reviews, opinions, summaries and abstracts of scientific meetings and news items are included.
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