How expensive is it to replace a missing tooth?

Replacing a missing tooth is an investment regardless of the type of procedure chosen. For instance, a dental implant and abutment may cost anywhere from $1,500 to $6,000 per tooth, while a bridge may cost between $1,500 and $3,000 per pontic (the artificial replacement tooth in the middle). Dental implants with abutments typically cost between $1,500 and $6,000 per tooth - this is considered the best investment, but is also the longest-lasting and most effective replacement for a missing tooth. Other more affordable options include a partial denture or dental flipper, which can cost less than $3,000. Many dental practices, including Stanley Dentistry, offer payment plans so that you can afford to get the smile that you want. Before choosing a treatment plan for replacing a missing tooth, it's important to discuss all available options with your dentist and determine which plan is most appropriate for your needs and budget. Your dentist can explain the advantages and disadvantages of each option to help you decide which is best for you. It is also important to consider the overall health of your mouth, as a missing tooth may cause other issues if not addressed in a timely manner. With careful planning and consideration, replacing a missing tooth can be an affordable and beneficial experience.

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