How long is the process for making dental bridge?

Usually 2 app. Usually 2 appointments. 1-2 hours for the preparation appointment, then 1 hour for the cementation appointment. Usually 2-3 weeks apart.
Depends. How long is the bridge? Does it replace one tooth or more? What material is it going to be made out of porcelain fused to gold or all ceramic? Is the laboratory local or out of state? So with all of that being said it could take from 1 week on a rush with additional fees from the lab to two weeks in most cases. That means that you did not have immediate extractions.
Varies... Much depends on the complexity of the bridge: how many teeth, natural or implant abutments, routine of the technician, and protocol of the dentist. More visits is usually better if they are planned.
2-3 weeks. The actual appointment to have the teeth prepared for the bridge may be 1-2 hours and it may take another 15-30 minutes to seat the bridge after it is made. Usually it takes about 10 working day for the lab to make the bridge however, in some cases it may be longer. I would say no more than three weeks to actually have the lab fabricate the bridge is usual.
Depends. Depends on the size of the bridge and the complexity involved. Normally it should take between two to six weeks sometimes longer depending upon your specific situation.
Bridge. It depends what is involved. Generally a short bridge replacing one missing tooth takes two appointments. The first about 2 hours and the second about 1 hour. These appointments are separated 2 weeks apart to give the dental lab time to fabricate the bridge. Special requests will allow the lab work to be done sooner if the patient has a special time request. Ideally a implant might be best.
Depends. It can depend on how long the bridge is and how many teeth it is replacing. Usually one visit to prepare the teeth, another to try in the framework, than anothe rone to try it in with the porcelian on it and temporarily cemented in for a week or moret o see if it fits comfortably.
3 weeks. Done well by a reputable laboratory in the U.S. With quality materials -- about 3 weeks. Can be rushed, but you pay a premium for this service. You want it done the best possible way now for it to last many years. You get what you pay for, especially with this level of treatment.
Usually 1 month. The process can take from 2 weeks if rushed to 1 month. However, it is worth the wait to have work in your month done properly.
Usually 10-14 days. A lab will usually take approx 2 weeks to complete the average bridge.
No. The literature shows that removable partials or dentures should be removed for up to eight hours per day for the surface tissue underneath them to get its proper circulation. Not removing them has been proven to cause the tissues to shrink more quickly over time. Usually, these hours can be gotten while you're sleeping.
No back teeth. Distal extension refers to the fact that the removable partial has no back teeth to hold on to, or to be anchored by.
Different materials. Flippers and flexible partials have the same role--they replace missing teeth on a temporary basis, without having a cast-framework "permanent partial" made.
With a reline. Your mouth changes over time, the tissue shrinks, and dentures become looser. A laboratory reline will fill the space that has been developed and the denture will fit better.