Other types of Dental Bridges are:
Cantilevers are similar to traditional bridges. The only difference is that cantilever dental bridges have the pontic held in position with a dental crown cemented to only a single abutment tooth. They only need one natural tooth on either side of the missing tooth gap.
Maryland bridges use two natural teeth, one on each side of the missing tooth gap. Maryland bridge employs a metal or porcelain frame bonded on the abutment teeth.
Implant-supported bridges use dental implants instead of crowns and frameworks. The installation involved one implant surgically placed on every missing tooth gap to hold the bridge in position.
The bridge may also have a pontic suspended between implant-supported caps when there are no implants for every missing tooth. These are the most robust and most durable dental bridges.
Their installation process requires two surgeries, the first to fix the implant in the jaw bone and the second one to place to fit the bridge in its rightful position