Dental bridges can be expensive, depending on the actual cost, a person's budget and if insurance covers any of the costs, according to WebMD. The type of bridge also matters in expense; for example, a removable bridge c... More »

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Some pros of dental bridges in replacing missing teeth are that it is a common and reliable method: cons are that this technique may present future problems that can result in tooth decay and periodontal disease, notes M... More »

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A typical dental bridge costs between $500 and $1,200 per artificial tooth, which means a six-tooth bridge averages between $3,000 and $7,200, according to Einstein Medical. The overall cost of a dental bridge takes into... More »

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Dental implants are generally not covered by most dental insurance plans, according to WebMD. However, there are some exceptions based on the individual insurance policy and the cause of tooth loss necessitating the impl... More »

Dental bridges are comprised of two or more crowns and one or more false teeth, called pontics, to fill in gaps from missing teeth. Bridges help keep natural teeth from moving, aid in the chewing of food, improve smiles ... More »

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Dental bridges are used to replace one or more missing teeth, DocShop explains. Bridges contain artificial teeth that are held in place by cement and attach to the surrounding teeth using a crown. The crown is securely a... More »

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A full set of dentures at Aspen Dental cost between $552 and $1,231 per denture, as of 2015. Patients who need both upper and lower dentures must buy two "sets," which doubles the cost. More »