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What is the difference between bridge and crown

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What is the difference between bridge and crown?
Submitted: 7 years ago.
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Expert:  Dr. Sophie :: Medicine & Neurology replied 7 years ago.
The crown is a permanent dental restoration which is put on a single tooth that has been properly prepared.
A dental bridge is also a permanent restoration but it used to restore a missing tooth or teeth, with typically two crowns on each end and false tooth or teeth (called abutment(s)) to restore your occlusion.

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