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How much does it cost for teeth extraction and bridge?

8 doctor answers11 doctors weighed in
Dr. Sal Aragona
Dentistry 42 years experience
Depends: Cost are determined by how teeth need to be extracted, the difficulty of the extractions and how many teeth are being replaced by a bridge. Generally 100-300 per extraction and 700-1200 per unit of bridgework with fees widely variable according to region.
Dr. Jonathan Neman
Dentistry 14 years experience
Varies greatly: Fees for dental procedures vary widely by region, but as well as, material choice, training, and more. You could look for a dental school in your area if time is not a bug factor. But you should also consider a dental implant to replace your missing tooth.
Dr. James Vito
Prosthodontics 38 years experience
Depends: It is very dependent upon where you live, how many teeth are to be extracted and how many teeth are involved in the bridgework.
Dr. Cary Goldstein
Prosthodontics 36 years experience
250-400: Extractions in our office run 250 to 400 and a bridge can run 3600 to 6000 dollars.
Dr. Kenneth Grossman
A Verified Doctoranswered
Endodontics 45 years experience
Varies: Dental fees vary. City, state and region fees can be quite different. Also experience, qualifications, expertise and specialty degrees of the dentist come into play here. Call your local dental society to get ranges in yuor area. Don't forget, cheap is not always better! doctor reputation and patient recommendations are also important.
Dr. Pablo Cuevas
Prosthodontics 36 years experience
Varies: There is a tremendous amount of variation. Generally quality is expensive, cheap cost more. For something going in your mouth/body that you will use every day for the rest of our life, i advise you to do your homework. A better question is what is the cost to replace an extracted tooth with a dental implant. In my area the fee for a 3 tooth bridge and a single implant ranges between 4-6000.
Dr. Andres Carbunaru
Dentistry - Prosthodontics 25 years experience
Check with your dent: Please check with your dentist, it depends on the amount of teeth, type and material of the bridge , etc. Remember that it is not the sqme to have 1 tooth removed athan 3 since we need to do bone remodeling, suturing, etc, .
Dr. I. Jay Freedman
Dentistry 44 years experience
Need more specifics: Your question requires more specifics. Simple or surgical extraction, fixed or removable bridge, what kind of materials used (removable could be all acrylic, cast, combo, valplaste, cusil and fixed could be non-precious, semi, high noble, zirconium), how many teeth to replace, do you live in an urban or rural setting, etc... So you need to ask your dentist about your options and what's best 4 u!

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