Questions about prosthetic reconstruction
1. CAN YOU BUILD A BRIDGE TO BE SUPPORTED IN PHYSICAL THINGS AND IMPLANTS?
It has been shown that attaching a tooth with an implant via a bridge is damaging to either the tooth or the implant. The biology of the tissues around a tooth is different than around an implant. The teeth are retained in the bone of connective tissue through the connective tissue, allowing a small mobility during chewing. Implants are devoid of this function and are adamant. It should be noted that osteointegration is a form of ankylosing healing.
Thus, when we impress a tooth with an implant, forces and torques with the unbending part of the system (i.e. the implant), which tend to deflect the labyrinth (i.e., the tooth), are created.
However, under very specific conditions such a connection can be made (eg when there are implants on either side of the tooth (s) and the teeth have normal bone support). However, such an additive solution should not be regarded as an alternative treatment.