Cost Of Dental Bridge Work  

Everyone wants to look nice and, if possible, have natural smile without having to be embarrassed about the shape of their teeth. People are willing to spend thousands of dollars for a nice set of mouthful of teeth that look presentable.

Dental bridges are one of the methods that a dentist uses to fill the gap created by a fallen tooth. The job of the dental bridge is to fill the gap between two teeth.A dental bridge is made of two crowns. One crown is placed on either side of the gap, and then a false tooth is inserted between the two crowns.

There are three types of dental bridges, and the costs vary depending on the type of bridge you choose. However, on an average the cost of a dental bridge will range from $500 to $900 per tooth. This cost only covers each tooth in the bridge. There will be additional cost for the crowns and their fixing.

The traditional bridge is the most common kind of dental bridge that you will find. It has two crowns and a false tooth in between. It is made of simple materials like ceramic or porcelain. These are also the cheapest kind of bridges of all.

The cantilever bridge is used if there are teeth only on one side of the gap. The teeth are fixed to the bridge and the bridge is attached to the natural teeth on one side. This extends as wide as your smile. This can become a bit expensive since the number of teeth that have to be covered may be more.

The Maryland bonded bridge is completely plastic, and even the gums are made in this type of bridge. It is supported by a metal framework from within. It is very simple to install and is also low cost compared to any other procedure. This type of dental bridge will cost between $250 and $550 for each wing that is attached, and between $600 and $1,200 for each tooth.

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