What exactly is a round house bridge? It is a complete set of teeth supported by dental implants. There is no plastic covering the roof of the mouth or any other parts of the mouth. There are 2 types of round house bridges: semi removable and fixed.
Semi removable roundhouse bridges can only be removed by the dentist. They are removed at a scheduled checkup appointment, cleaned, and are then put back in place by the dentist.
A fixed round house is cemented permanently in place and cannot be removed. This type requires the patient to be more meticulous with their home care, but offers a less bulky restoration and the closest fit to natural teeth.
Both prostheses have their benefits and their shortcomings. I will cover more on this in future blogs.