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Article: Volume 44 Number 9 Page 908 - October 2017

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Technique Tips:  Technique Tips Information for Patients Receiving Resin-Bonded Bridges

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Abstract: Designs for resin-bonded bridges (also known as resin-retained bridges) have evolved since their first incarnation as the Rochette bridge, progressing to the Maryland design in order to improve micromechanical retention and longevity of the bridge.1 Resin cements allow chemical adhesion of the wings to the etched enamel of the tooth, but mechanical retention is also desirable to help protect the bond.

Author notes: Technique Tip 1: Samantha Cottam, BDS, FD1 Newbury, Berkshire (Winchester Scheme), Baldev’s Dental Care, St John’s Road, Newbury, Berkshire RG14 7XL, UK. Technique Tip 2: Colum Durkan, Specialty Registrar in Dental Public Health, Public Health England, Seaton House, City Link, Nottingham, NG2 4LA, UK.