Zirconia bridges are made of a strong, tooth-colored ceramic material called zirconia. They are known for their strength and durability, as well as their natural appearance. Metal ceramic bridges, on the other hand, are made of a metal framework covered in a ceramic layer. They are also strong and durable, but may not be as aesthetically pleasing as zirconia bridges due to the presence of metal.
There are pros and cons to both types of bridges. Zirconia bridges may be more expensive than metal ceramic bridges, but they are more biocompatible and do not contain metal, which can be a concern for some people. On the other hand, metal ceramic bridges may be more resistant to wear and may have a longer lifespan than zirconia bridges.
Ultimately, the choice between a zirconia bridge and a metal ceramic bridge will depend on the specific needs and preferences of the patient. It is important to discuss all options with a dental professional to determine the best solution for your specific case.