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Clinical Success in Resin Bonded Bridges
Fahim Vohra1, Haroon Rashid2

1. HOD & Assistant Professor, Department of Prosthodontics, Ziauddin College Of Dentistry. Ziauddin University
2. Assistant Professor, Department of Prosthodontics, Ziauddin College Of Dentistry, Ziauddin University
Correspondence: Dr Fahim Vohra Cell: 0305-9224353

Volume 22, Issue 2 (April - June 2013)

Open Access


Resin bonded bridges offer a conservative approach to the restoration of edentulous spaces than conventional bridgework. However, since their introduction, the main concern regarding resin bonding bridge work has been increased debonding rates and inferior longevity. Increasing published scientific reports have shown success rates of seven to nine years provided that vital success factors are respected. Clinical success in resin bonded bridgework is dependent on identification of high risk cases, appropriate assessment, optimum bridge design, maximum tooth coverage and meticulous clinical technique. This paper will examine design principles vital in the success of resin bonded bridgework and present two clinical cases.

Key words:

Resin bonded bridge, clinical success, de-bonding, bridge design, case selection

How to CITE:

Vohra F, Rashid H. Clinical Success In Resin Bonded Bridges. J Pak Dent Assoc 2013;22(2):147-153.