fixed bridge

noun Dentistry.
a partial denture that is secured permanently in the mouth by being cemented to the adjacent teeth or roots.
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The other possibilities were a fixed bridge, or a removable partial denture with one tooth on it.
The request is made because of the close proximity of a new high-level fixed bridge.
It is surgically placed into the upper or lower jaw bone and supports a single crown, fixed bridge, or partial or full denture.
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