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Aesthetic correction by making anterior adhesive bridge mesh design: A case report

Abstract

Objective: The article aims to present an aesthetic correction for tooth loss in the anterior region of the mandible by making an anterior adhesive bridge. Methods: The patient complained of decreased self-assurance due to the absence of teeth in the lower right central incisor area following an accident. They desire a permanent denture solution but are reluctant to undergo extensive tissue removal. The treatment carried out was by making an anterior adhesive bridge using a mesh design. The mesh was designed to increase the retention of the metal wing surface in contact with the abutment teeth. Results: The patient was happy that they could use their teeth for chewing as well as for improving his appearance when smile. Conclusion: It was concluded that the mesh design adhesive anterior bridge construction was a conservative treatment option for aesthetic correction of missing teeth in the mandibular anterior region.
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Ista Meidarlina, & Aprillia Adenan. (2024). Aesthetic correction by making anterior adhesive bridge mesh design: A case report. Journal of Dentomaxillofacial Science, 9(1), 49–52. https://doi.org/10.15562/jdmfs.v9i1.1596

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