Removable teeth (Removable Partial Dentures) used to replace missing teeth is not a fixed option and over the time bone loss happens in such a way that fixed options like implant will be difficult to do at the later date unless aggressive bone grafting surgical procedures done.
Although, the bridge is a fixed option it compromises adjacent teeth by grinding it into small shape to hold the bridge. The extra load of the bridge adds extra forces on grinding teeth and even they become loose over few years which has to be removed over a period of 6-10 years.
• There is no need to use special glues to hold teeth in place, like in the case of dentures
• Even the removable dentures are firmly fixed with dental implants
• Adjacent teeth are not compromised (ground) to act as a support for missing teeth and do not need root fillings.