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  Indian J Med Microbiol
 

Figure 1: Ideal contact situation after insertion of the metal ceramic bridge in the upper jaw. The concept of “lingualized occlusion” is followed. Second molars are never placed on the bridge; if abutment heads are positioned distally to the first molars, they are prosthetically equipped as (veneered) technical abutments

Figure 1: Ideal contact situation after insertion of the metal ceramic bridge in the upper jaw. The concept of “lingualized occlusion” is followed. Second molars are never placed on the bridge; if abutment heads are positioned distally to the first molars, they are prosthetically equipped as (veneered) technical abutments