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E-max material for a 3 unit bridge

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Posted by: kawaii4ever40  (7 years ago)
Hi, I needed a bridge for #9,10,11. My dentist recommended to use E-max as a core with porcelain on top (layered?). I told him I want it to be natural looking as possible. But I'm afraid Emax might not be strong enough for a bridge. I want it aesthetic as possible but don't want to compromise on strength. Need advise please
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Hi, I needed a bridge for #9,10,11. My dentist recommended to use E-max as a core with porcelain on top (layered?). I told him I want it to be natural looking as possible. But I'm afraid Emax might not be strong enough for a bridge. I want it aesthetic as possible but don't want to compromise on strength. Need advise please

Zirconia is probably stronger than E-Max for bridges. Why are you having a bridge to replace a tooth instead of an implant? Unless patients lack bone for implants, I hardly ever do bridges anymore. They are so 20th century.
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