how much does a dental bridge in saskatoon and regina cost?
The cost of a dental bridge will vary depending on the type of material used and the number of teeth that need to be prepared for the crowns. Your dental insurance may cover some or all of the cost of a dental bridge. Dental bridges at Simpli Dental start at $1,510.00 (plus lab fees). Please see our pricing page for additional information.
what are the types of dental bridges?
A traditional dental bridge is a prosthetic tooth that is constructed using crowns on either side of the lost tooth and a substitute false tooth in between, replacing the missing tooth. This is the most frequent form of the bridge; one or more teeth may be replaced with it. Gold, a mix of gold and ceramic, and occasionally all-ceramic materials are used to
A cantilever bridge is a form of dental bridge that distributes the load over both sides of the gap. Pontics, on the other hand, is only supported by a crown on one side of the space, rather than both sides like a classic bridge (a pontic uses two pontics to support itself).
While Maryland dental bridges are held in place by a metal or porcelain framework that is bonded to the adjacent teeth near the space. This bridge type protects the underlying tooth structure but is not as durable as a traditional bridge.
why are dental bridges needed?
A dental bridge is needed to place a missing tooth. When a tooth is missing, the teeth adjacent and opposing the space can begin to drift, tilt and super erupt into the empty space. This can create difficulty in completing a bridge later, poor function or esthetics, bone loss or other complications. Contact your dentist today to learn more about dental bridges and to find out if a bridge is right for you.
how long do dental bridges last? what can you do to make your dental bridge last longer?
Maintaining good oral hygiene and visiting your dentist on a regular basis can significantly affect how long your dental bridge will last. In general, dental bridges can survive between 5 and 15 years.
should I get a dental implant instead of a dental bridge?
The answer to this question depends on a number of factors including the condition of the remaining teeth, the amount of bone remaining, the patient’s preferences, systemic health plus others. The best way to determine which tooth replacement option is better for your individual needs is by asking a dental professional.