Missing multiple teeth doesn’t mean you won’t ever have a functioning, healthy smile again. You can choose between removable partial dentures, dental bridges, or dental implant bridges. Partial dentures of today look like natural teeth, though they won’t provide the same level of function and can become more loose or uncomfortable over time. Dental bridges are fixed to healthy teeth and offer greater stability, with a similar level of natural aesthetics. Sometimes dental bridges aren’t an option because adjacent teeth aren’t healthy or strong enough. Dental implant bridges provide the greatest level of function and health, without disturbing existing teeth or becoming unstable over time. Though we offer all these options, we often recommend dental implant bridges for multiple missing teeth, as they’ll provide the most long-term advantages. We’ll be able to determine the best solution for you after a thorough consultation.
Removable dental bridge
Dental implant bridges
Not surprisingly, dental implant bridges do have a higher price tag than partial dentures or dental bridges. But it’s a good idea to remember why: they’re comparable to natural teeth and will provide the same types of functional and aesthetic benefits. They rarely (if ever) need replacing and will never become loose or need adjustments. In terms of their long-term advantages, dental implant bridges provide the most value! We can help you afford dental implants—and a new smile—and offer third-party financing through CareCredit® and Proceed Finance as well as accept certain dental insurances. Our cost of a dental implant bridge always includes a free consultation ($150 value), CBCT scan and x-rays, sedation, 5-year clinical guarantee, and post-op visits. Rest assured, your dental implant bridge is affordable! Schedule a consultation today to learn more!