In this study, we want to evaluate the outcome of each technique based on radiological alignment in order to give consideration of its treatment. This study use purposive sampling with cross sectional design study to gather data in radiological examination patients post intraarticular distal radius fracture that fixated using dorsal bridge plate or variable angle plate based on surgeon preference, then we measure for its radial height, radial inclination, articular step-off, volar tilt, ulnar variance in preoperative and post operative. There is a significant decrease of radial height and ulnar variance in Dorsal Bridge Plate (DBP) and significant decrease of radial height and volar tilt in Variable Angle Plate (VAP) (p<0.005). The use of variable angle plate compare to dorsal bridge plate has the same result based on postoperative radiological measurement finding for each parameter. Radiographic results may affect post operative function. The majority of the patients had a good radiographic score which correlated positively with the objective functional score. Dorsal bridge plate can be used as an alternative in managing intraarticular distal radius fracture due to its radiograph and functional outcome that may be considered as an appropriate treatment.