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Removed Dental Bridge
I got dental bridge 3 years ago,but now its removed from it place,do i need to get new bridge? or need to recement it the old one?
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I think a new bridge should be made.
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Hello Mam, you need to immediately take it back to the dentist and get it Re-cemented. Regards Dr Sumanmakam
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Kindly advise on how the bridge became loose? An evaluation is required as to whether the teeth from which the bridge took support are in a favorable condition to support a new bridge/old bridge.
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Visit your dentist get an evaluation done.
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Do not delay, as the teeth might begin to move resulting in space closure. You might want to consider implants as well.
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Hello If the same bridge can be re-cemented then you should go ahead with the same one but if its not fitting properly then only get a new one fabricated after proper clinical evaluation.
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Visit dentist as early as possible to prevent further damage.
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Don't bite too hard from that side
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Mam if the bridge has come off on its own and there isn't any damage to the tooth structure you can get the same one re cemented. Otherwise you may have to replace it
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Respected ma'am, you haven't explained the reason why the bridge was removed.You should visit the dentist who cemented that bridge and show it to them.If any part ofvof the tooth or bridge is Brocken,then it will have to be replaced.Otherwise the same bridge can be recemented.
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Visit your dentist.
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dot try to tamper with the bridge or the tooth from which the bridge is removed.
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Ma'am if the old bridge is not broken or distorted then the same can be re-fixed.
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hi,... if bridge is not broken, then go with it.if it damaged and fitting is not proper then go for new. thank you.
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You haven't mentioned why the bridge was removed. If it was for a routine cleaning, the same can be recemented back, provided it's not damaged.
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If the supporting teeth are in good health, it wouldn't make sense to change treatment options, since anyways you will have two crowns on them.
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My opinion would be recement the existing bridge, if damaged replace it.
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Hi, If your bridge is in good condition then it can be recemented. However, if the bridge has any other issue then you might have to get a new one. Best is please visit a dentist because only after clinical assessment, treatment plan can be made. Thanks.
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Visit Dentist Asap
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Hi,Please visit the dentist as soon as possible to get the bridge refixed as more the delay it will not fit.Also the same bridge can be put if its fitting is good,there is no hole or perforation present & it is not worn off.also avoid anything sticky if cap or bridge is put.
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Hi Mam , Don't worry mam , if possible pls visit the same Dentist where you the bridge done , if he can recement the same bridge just check with him , coz its possible , sometimes because of wrong munching forces the bridge may dislodge , hope your comfortable with your old bridge , if you are not happy with it go for a new bridge , what ever don't delay , do it ASAP , thank you , Dr.Venkat VDENTIS DENTAL CLINIC , Hyderabad
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ASAP visit Dentist
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Yes you need to get a new one as soon as possible.Teeth ground for fixing those bridges are exposed now which could lead to decay and damage.
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visit a dentist and get a new one.
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