How Much Does a Dental Bridge Cost?

A dental bridge, also known as fixed partial dentures, is for anyone who is missing one or more consecutive teeth, but if you’re missing more than four to five teeth in a row, a dentist may recommend a partial denture instead since the neighboring teeth will work as an anchor for a bridge.  As long as the surrounding teeth are structurally sound and clear from decay, the dentist will be able to perform the procedure.

As the name states, dental bridges are just that — they literally create a bridge to replace the gap in your teeth.  Bridges are able to restore your smile, maintain the shape of your face and even distribute the force of your bite.

Full dental bridge machining by Sescoi CAD/CAM, on Flickr
Full dental bridge machining” (CC BY-SA 2.0) by Sescoi CAD/CAM

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Average Reported Cost: $5000

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  1. Missy (san antonio,  Texas) paid $5000 and said:

    $5000 for a front bridge of four teeth connected to two crowns. Wondering if a removable partial denture would have been a more affordable choice and last just as long. It will take us a long time to pay this off. They did a good job, though.

    Was it worth it? Yes

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