Amy had her tooth removed a long time ago and was concerned about her teeth moving due to the space. Though Amy was on a tight budget, thus I recommended that she went with a semi-permanent option of a fibre reinforced composite (FRC) bridge, before…
Fiber reinforced composite bridge.
It is one of the ways to replace a missing tooth and it is a semi permanent solution. It is fixed (not removable) so it is much more comfortable compared to a denture.
It uses a fiber glass strands or bundles to form a strong and rigid foundation for a sculptured composite build up.
This fiber strands is bonded to the surface of the adjacent teeth. Which surface of the tooth is totally depends on the individual treatment plan.
In this case of replacing a missing front lower tooth, the fibers was bonded from the front surface of one tooth to the back surface of the other adjacent tooth.
Once the fiber glass strands was bonded, composite resin was added to cover the glass fibers and composite build up was done and sculptured to form a tooth to replace the missing tooth.
The whole procedure is a one visit procedure and usually takes around 2 hours to complete. It is painless and the price is also affordable. Do contact us at 03-95201591/1590 or email me at firstname.lastname@example.org if you are interested in getting the treatment.
Dr Nik Roslin.
Fiber Reinforced composite bridge. Yes, that was what I did recently…and I did not just do one but two fiber reinforced composite bridges (FRC bridge) on this one patient. She is a teacher that came all the way from Johor after finding out about this…