Factors that affect the cost of dental bridges
Each patient’s needs are unique, so the only way to provide an accurate estimate of the price of treatment is to schedule a consultation.
In general, some factors that may affect the total cost of your dental bridge procedure may include:
Materials: dental bridges can be fabricated from many different materials. Very lifelike restorations made of porcelain or zirconia often cost more than bridges made of other materials, but their aesthetic benefits make them worth the investment for many patients.
Preparatory treatments: Some patients will require preparatory work, such as periodontal treatment, before they can receive a dental bridge. Dental implant-supported bridges will increase the overall cost of treatment, but because this option provides many long-term benefits, most patients find that they justify the additional expense.
Complexity: extensive treatment plans will cost more than simpler procedures. For example, if a patient is missing many teeth and requires more than one bridge, the treatment will cost more than a plan to treat a single missing tooth.
The Boston Prosthodontics Advantage
Our team of doctors at Boston Prosthodontics Dental Group is made up of leaders in dental education and research. We have many years of experience in placing dental restorations, and our in-house laboratory is renowned for the highly lifelike restorations we offer. Our patients can always expect the highest level of care, because their comfort, safety, and satisfaction are our top priorities.
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If you are missing teeth and want to restore the form and function of your smile, call us to schedule a consultation with one of our dentists.