Dental Procedure: Dental Bridges

December 1st 2021By Admin

Dental Procedures

How much does a Dental Bridge cost?

The average cost for a dental bridge or similar procedure would run between $1,100 and $1,200+. However, with a dental savings plan, you could save on average 20% - 50%* for the same procedure. Costs will vary depending on where you live & your needs.

Did you know that a dental savings plan will not only help you save on a dental cleanings, & routine dental work, but you can also save on a hundreds of other dental procedures? Learn More...


 
 

The discounted prices you see are the exact prices at the general dentist for your zipcode.

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Code
Common
Dental Procedures
Average
Price*
Your Price with
Careington POS
D6210 Tooth Replacement Part of Permanent Bridge $1,251 20% Off
D6211 Pontic - Cast predominantly base metal $1,150 20% Off
D6212 Pontic - Case noble metal $1,175 20% Off
D6240 Pontic - Porcelain fused to high noble metal $1,250 $529
D6241 Pontic - Porcelain fused to predominantly base metal $1,180 $488
D6242 Pontic - Porcelain fused to noble metal $1,200 $515
D6245 Pontic - Porcelain / Ceramic $1,250 20% Off
D6250 Pontic - Resin with high noble metal $1,200 20% Off
D6251 Pontic - Resin with predominantly base metal $1,170 20% Off
D6252 Pontic - Resin with noble metal $1,174 20% Off

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Reduce cost of dental bridge by 20%-50% immediately!

How can we help you?

Are you looking to save 15%-60%* at your dentist? We can make that happen! Our Goal is to Make You Smile.

Useful Facts about Dental Plans for Dental Bridges

Our dental plans can be used at local dentists who provide a 20%-50% discount on dental bridges.

The Careington 500 dental plan includes all the members of your family that are currently living in your household.

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The family dental plans include your immediate household members.

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