In the case of one or more tooth loss, the applications made by taking support from the teeth adjacent to the missing tooth area are called bridges. In bridge applications, it is necessary to reduce the adjacent teeth. After the reduction process, measurements are taken and bridges suitable for the region are prepared in laboratories. If implants or bridges are not applied to the missing tooth area, slippage in the side teeth and elongation in the opposing teeth may occur. In addition, bone loss occurs in the area where there is tooth deficiency, and this leads to chewing and phonation disorders in the patient. On the other hand, in cases where missing tooth areas are not treated, closing disorders and then problems in the jaw joint may occur. For this reason, it is very important to provide a healthy dentition with prosthetic treatment of the missing area in the mouth. Various criteria are taken into consideration in these bridge applications and generally full ceramic, metal supported porcelain or zirconium is used.