Dental bridge costs & offers

How much does a dental bridge cost?

A dental bridge can cost between $1553- $2539 depending on a variety of factors.

What you need to know about dental bridges

At Aspen Dental, we know that your dental health can affect your overall health. We offer a full range of dental bridge options to keep smile in top form. When you’re missing a tooth, important everyday activities like eating and talking can become more difficult. What’s more, the space created by this missing tooth can create further problems and costs down the road as your other teeth loosen and shift. A dental bridge is a common but critical treatment for missing teeth that holds your other teeth in place to help restore your bite as well as your confidence. And thanks to the variety of treatments we offer, dental bridge costs don’t have to conflict with your budget.

What are the factors of dental bridge costs?

Your Aspen Dental team is there to help you explore your options and the many things that can affect your dental bridge cost estimate, including:

  • Bridge type – factors such as manufacturing process, the number of teeth involved and whether a bridge is removable or fixed all affect your dental bridge cost.

  • Materials used – the material used­–composite resin, metal alloy or zirconia–also plays a role in the cost of dental bridge.

  • Complexity – the more difficult the placement, the more your dental bridge will cost.

The 4 types of dental bridges:

Traditional dental bridge

This commonly used dental bridge fills a gap or missing tooth between healthy, natural teeth. Typically made of ceramic or porcelain fused to metal, a Traditional Bridge is strong enough to replace molars, yet requires adding dental crowns to adjacent teeth, which is irreversible.

Cantilever dental bridge

The cantilever bridge is similar to a traditional bridge in that it’s held in place by a dental crown that’s cemented in place. However, the cantilever only requires one natural tooth to anchor the bridge. Not as strong as a traditional bridge, this option is often used to fill gaps more toward the front of the mouth.

Maryland dental bridge

Although the Maryland bridge functions similarly to a traditional bridge–filling a gap between natural teeth–it does so without irreversible damage. Rather than using dental crowns, this conservative alternative uses metal or porcelain bands to bind an imitation tooth to the backs of adjacent natural teeth.

Implant-supported dental bridge

The strongest, most stable dental bridge choice, an implant-supported bridge is similar to a traditional bridge but uses dental implants in place of crowns or frameworks. This approach typically requires two surgeries¬–one to embed the implants and one to place the bridge. Typically, this process takes a few months.

Find affordable dental bridges

At Aspen Dental, we do anything to make you smile. And that’s why we’re dedicated to providing the best care at the most affordable prices. Along with providing a variety of different treatments to fit different budgets, we also accept a range of third-party financing options. We also accept a variety of insurance options, excluding Medicaid. Talk with our dental team today to craft a treatment plan that suits your particular needs. Plus, with our Aspen Dental Peace of Mind Promise®, you’ll know exactly how much your dental bridge will cost. Visit your local Aspen Dental and start down the path to a happier, healthier you by getting the care you need.

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