Please tell me if I should have tooth pulled and replaced with bridge or implant or try a root canal and crown?

Treatment choices. What might be best in your particular case is best answered with a clinical exam, x-rays, perio evaluation, occlusal (bite) analysis, health of adjoining teeth, etc. You should rely on the advice\judgment of a trusted dentist and not an internet search for the answer. Either one might be the best choice depending upon the circumstances. Definitely implant over bridge.
Computer problem. You've asked for a very specific treatment recommendation, and without radiographs and an exam, that is not possible. Your local dentist will be better prepared to advise you of what is best in your case.

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Did root canal on infected/ abcessed tooth inside 15 years old 4 units bridge. Do you replace with another bridge, do implant, or keep old bridge.?

Maybe. Bridges replace 1 or more teeth; on either side of the missing tooth is a real tooth, an abutment which is covered and is an integral part of the bridge. When an abutment tooth needs a root canal, an access opening needs to be created; if this disrupts the integrity of that abutment a new bridge maybe in order. If the access is small enough it can be patched and therefore maintain the bridge. Read more...
Yes. All three options may be appropriate choices in your particular situation if the conditions are right. An excellent dentist is one who can sit down with you and discuss the advantages and risks with each choice and together come to the one choice that you are the most comfortable with. Read more...
All are viable. All options are viable. Make sure you have a treatment plan presentation so they can give you the risks and benefits of each and they can answer your questions. Read more...
Depends on more info. If the root canal tx and bridge were all done 15 years ago then all options you mention are on the table. Your dentist needs to determine what the longevity of these teeth are if you try to keep them. Cost of saving teeth and projective longevity will help guide your decision. Dental implants are not cheap but they have a good long term outcome. Read more...