Her front tooth broke off unexpectedly and Ms. D wants a replacement tooth ASAP as she had a very special event to attend to that weekend. Several dentists recommended extracting the tooth and placing an implant in its place, a procedure that is lengthy and requires her to wear a removable denture tooth for 6 months prior to restoring the implant. She did not want a removable prosthesis and so her only solution was a fixed bridge, a procedure where the adjacent teeth are cut for crowns and used as anchoring teeth for the replacement tooth. Ms. D did not want to damage her healthy adjacent teeth as she does intend to get an implant in the future. She came to our office seeking for a treatment plan that fits her needs. Dr. Chloe bonded a porcelain Maryland bridge made and delivered the same day. (A Maryland bridge is a replacement porcelain tooth that has a porcelain veneer attached to it. The veneer is then bonded in the back of one adjacent tooth was done in this process. No alteration/ damage to the adjacent tooth was done in this process. With care this bridge can last a very long time. When Ms. D is ready to have the implant placed, the bridge can be removed without any damage to the adjacent teeth.) She’s ecstatic with the result!