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That is the cost without the insurance. If you have insurance that would cover the treatment, it would be much less.However, you need to contact your insurance company to check whether they would cover the treatment and if yes, how much is the amount that they would provide for the same.
There are few options to replace the missing tooth.Obviously, the better and long term solution is an implant.It has got a great success rate and a very good long term prognosis. The average cost of implant is $4000 - $5000 per tooth. The next option is bridge.If you have the tooth on both sides of the missing tooth, a bridge could be glued to those teeth with a false
tooth in the middle. The average cost of bridge is $3000. This is usually not recommended as we need to grind down the adjacent teeth which damage them.The other options might include from a budget dental
flipper ( a piece of plastic with a false tooth attached ) or a nesbit, to a more sturdy metal and acrylic removable partial denture
.Most of the people would consider going for a flipper for a short term. This is least expensive of all the removable partial denture.The cost of flipper would be around $400.
Be advised that the above cost is an average cost without taking insurance into consideration. If you have insurance, few companies could cover most of the amount while few other might not cover the amount. Only the insurance company could give yo the details regarding the plan that you took and what they actually cover.
You could read a well written guide :-http://dentalmumbai.com/dentures_partial.htm
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