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The development of glass fibers and reinforced composite technology has created a new era in metal free, adhesive dentistry. Conservative bridges can be fabricated by acid etching enamel and bonding a pontic to adjacent natural teeth structure. These bridges are a viable alternative to conventional fixed bridges, especially where the edentulous space is no wider than one or two teeth. This article describes in detail the construction of conservative bridges using glass fibres with case reports.