I had my first non-removable fixed bridge installed in mid 1990s. I had it replaced nine years later after the first one broke off. The second set was a lot cheaper, so I guess the quality was not as good as the first one. I enjoyed it for a few years until I accidentally bit something hard in my food. I had a new one installed last year. I love this new set because they look a lot natural.
The only thing I worry about having a fixed bridge is that I should be more careful with my food intake. I make sure that the steamed rice is free of little stones which when accidentally bitten can chip off the bridge crown. I would care less if the replacement is free or at least I can avail another set through an individual dental insurance like the one being offered by DentalPlans.com.
Iâ€™m not sure if there is one being offered locally, but if we do have the same dental insurance here, I could save a big sum from checkup, cleaning, or even filling. Itâ€™s a wise decision to secure some dental insurance for the whole family.