If your child has lost a permanent tooth, replacing that tooth is important to their overall dental health.
At Kool Smiles, we take pride in our kid-friendly dentistry, and our many services, including dental bridges for children of all ages. If you’re worried about the cost of a tooth bridge, here’s some things you’ll want to know.
How Much Does a Dental Bridge Cost?
The cost of a tooth bridge can vary from dentist to dentist, but in general, you can expect a dental bridge to cost $700–$1,500 per tooth. Dental bridges are a relatively common procedure, and your kid-friendly dentists at Kool Smiles have plenty of experience with them.
The cost of a tooth bridge for your child is more affordable than you think when you visit the dentists at Kool Smiles.
Will Insurance Cover the Cost of a Tooth Bridge?
Every insurance policy is different, so it is always a good idea to check your insurance to see what is covered.
Coverage is offered in many dental plans, but if you don’t have insurance, Kool Smiles has plenty of payment options available to suit your needs.
What Is a Tooth Bridge?
A tooth bridge is a very common dental procedure that your Kool Smiles dentist can use to replace missing teeth and give your child a full, healthy, radiant smile.
When your child receives a dental bridge, the tooth is replaced by a fake one that is attached to the teeth around it in order to hold it in place. This replacement tooth looks just like a real one and will be fitted to perfectly rest in your child’s mouth.
When the bridge is put in place, your dentist will likely put crowns on the teeth next to it to make sure the bridge stays in place.
If your child loses a tooth, it is important to get the tooth replaced as soon as possible. If you wait too long, the teeth next to where the missing tooth used to be will start to become weaker.
Get a Tooth Bridge at Kool Smiles
If your child is missing a tooth, don’t wait any longer. Call for an appointment at your local Kool Smiles office today.
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