According to The American Association of Oral and Maxillofacial Surgeons, statistics show that 69% of adults aged 35 to 44 have lost at least one permanent tooth due to an accident, gum disease, a failed root canal, or tooth decay. Furthermore, by age 74, 26% of adults have lost all of their permanent teeth. Thankfully, in the hands of our experienced dentists like Dr. Augenbaum and Dr. Koschitzki, your gap toothed smile can quickly become whole again with the use of a dental bridge. Simply put, a dental bridge is a replacement for a missing tooth. Unlike a dental implant, a bridge is an immediate cosmetic solution that does not require surgery and can restore your smile for years to come.
A similar result can be achieved with a removable bridge that is similar to the fixed dental bridge but is not cemented in place. It’s generally a more affordable alternative and is held in place by machined metal clips. It is somewhat less convenient in that it needs to be regularly removed to be cleaned and requires more hands-on diligence to maintain proper dental hygiene. However, it’s an attractive, reliable alternative and with proper care, will provide years of use. In Suffolk County, New York, Dr. Augenbaum and Dr. Koschitzki provide the guidance and answers you will need to help decide which dental bridge is best suited to your needs.
We know when choosing a restorative dentist, one of your first questions is “Do you take my insurance?” The next is, “How much will this cost?” We offer competitive pricing for dental bridges in Huntington and Rocky Point, NY offices in Suffolk County and conveniently partner with multiple leading insurance providers. The unique cost of your dental bridge will depend on a few factors including the number of teeth treated and the material you choose. We’ll break this down during a personalized consultation and can even discuss dental financing options for comfortable monthly payments. Receive custom dental bridges from our seasoned dental team and restore your oral health, attractive look, and dental function!
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