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Are you looking for budget-friendly but high quality dental bridges abroad? Well, You're not the only one. Thousands of people are heading off to various countries to get their dental job with a better price each year. Most of their destination is in Iran , as they heard of the excellent performance of Iranian dentists in the country. Hence, the cost is very affordable .

DENTAL BRIDGES IN IRAN:: The Facts that you need to know?

Are you looking for affordable dental bridges abroad? The cost of having Dental Bridges in Iran is up to 80% cheaper than in Western countries and up to 50% cheaper than in Turkey, India & Thailand, and Eastern European countries such as Poland & the Czech Republic.you’re not alone in this. Each year, thousands of people are heading off to various countries to get their dental treatments done at a better price. Some of them such as Oman,Turkey, India, Iraq and etc.
if you are intending on having several teeth Bridges.  choose Iran over other destinations as they heard of the great expertise of Iranian dentists and the affordable cost of dental procedures


Not having one or more teeth, in addition to aesthetic issues and the adverse effect on the smile, causes tooth displacement, increased load on other teeth when chewing, wear of the tooth enamel and digestive problems.Dentists recommend repairs immediately after the absence of a tooth. One cost efficient method is to use dental bridges that can be placed for one or more teeth.Dental bridges are considered to be a repair for natural teeth that have been destroyed as a result of severe decay and damage.As the name implies, the structure of a dental bridge is placed exactly over the remaining gap caused by the damaged tooth.The teeth on both sides of the gap act as anchors while the gap in the middle is filled with one or more pontics.Then, after the placement, the tooth bridges present a natural appearance.For a number of decades, dental bridges have been the most popular method for fixed prostheses .


1.    Implant-Supported Bridges
As implied by the name, these dental bridges use dental implants as opposed to metal frameworks or crowns. Usually, one implant is placed surgically for every missing tooth, and these implants support and hold the bridge in place.These dental bridges are often used for restoring teeth like molars and premolars as they are the strongest system. However, using too many implants can lead to implant failure or rejections.

2.    Composite Bridges
If you’re looking for an affordable and easy solution for replacing one or two teeth, composite bridges fit the bill. They are made and installed in a single visit by placing the composite bonding material directly into the tooth cavity.An additional reinforcing wire or Ribbon can be used to provide more strength to the composite bridge. However, they are considered temporary and can be used by people with periodontal disease.

3.    Maryland Bridges
They are commonly referred to as winged bridges or resin-bonded bridges that are designed with plastic teeth. The metal frame is bonded to the existing anchor teeth and is used as a fortifying system. This system is efficient for the front teeth or incisors and canines.Your dentist will make minimal adjustments to the contour of the abutment teeth making it cost-effective and easy. However, if you have a crossbite or a deep bite, you might require another option for dental bridges.

4.    Cantilever Bridges
When there is only one anchor tooth available for supporting the dental bridge, a cantilever bridge is the best option for filling the missing tooth gap. Saving money and time, cantilever bridges can work well if designed for the front teeth.A good dentist will always consider the biting force when designing a cantilever bridge. The bridge is not suitable for use in the back tooth as a lot of bite force will be put on the abutment tooth.

5. Traditional Bridges
They are the most popular dental bridges used for restoring lost teeth when you have natural teeth or implants on either side of the gap. They are lightweight and provide excellent chewing comfort by distributing the normal bite force evenly along the jawbone.If you maintain an optimum level of dental hygiene at home, these implants can last a long time. However, a lot of enamel will be removed from the abutment teeth and they will need to be protected by well-fitted crowns.



To get your dental bridges in Iran, you’ll need to stay around 7-10 days in the country. The entire procedure for dental bridges may require a minimum of two appointments or sittings.

Visit-1: Tooth Preparation and Temporary Bridge
During the first visit, local anesthesia is administered to ensure you feel no pain during the procedure. All abutment teeth are shaped and filed by remove enamel to provide a clear path to the other tooth.After shaping the teeth, impressions are sent to dental labs where custom dental bridges are created. A temporary bridge will be placed over the newly shaped teeth and the gap with or without implants.

Visit-2: Permanent Bridge Placement
On returning for your second appointment, the temporary bridge is removed after providing a local anesthetic. Then by using dental cement and x-rays of the bridge, your dentist will ensure that the bridge fits properly and is perfectly bonded.


Many variables affect the price of dental bridges including:
1. Complexity or difficulty of the placement
2. Geographic location
3. Materials used, such as zirconia, metal alloy covered in resin, or composite resin
4. Number of teeth needed to fill the gap
5.  Additional treatments for other dental issues, like gum disease

The type of bridge that you select will further define the price .

Getting dental bridges in Iran can save your budget alot. A dental bridge costs from around $150 to $250 in Iran (including all the related fees).However, you’d have to pay from $500 to $1,200 to get a false tooth in the US. The same procedure costs from $500 to $1,000 (per tooth) in the UK. This cost only includes the price you need to pay for getting one fake tooth, excluding any anesthesia fee or else .


Although a dental bridge offers a quick solution for missing teeth, dental implants offer a number of practical health benefits. A tooth implant can help gums that have been infected as a result of missing teeth heal, and they promote jawbone growth, according to the American Academy of Implant Dentistry.A dental bridge can damage your remaining natural teeth, which have to undergo significant preparation to accommodate a bridge. This means the structure of your natural teeth has to be dramatically altered .
To get a dental bridge, the enamel of adjacent teeth would be manipulated. This is not desired by many, considered as a disadvantage. However, this procedure is way easier and cheaper than getting an implant.To get a dental implant, the patient needs to undergo surgery. The patient also needs to have sufficient jaw bone to receive the implants. Therefore, not everyone is the right candidate for this procedure.
All in all, to determine whether an implant or a bridge is the right option for you, you need to consult with a dentist.


Bridges are fixed in place using local anesthesia. When the local anesthetic gradually wears off the area, the bridge feels comfortable in your mouth.After the procedure, you can easily chew and eat without having problems, but you also need to make some effective changes to your dental care routine . therefore you should a vo id Hot and Cold Foods - Hot and cold temperatures can trigger bouts of tooth sensitivity. Consider lukewarm or room temperature foods and beverages in the days after getting a bridge placed. Avoid Crunchy and Hard Foods - Pressure on the bridge can lead to discomfort. To limit this pressure, try to eat soft foods.
However you should keep your gums and teeth healthy by brushing them with fluoride toothpaste three times or twice a day and flossing them almost daily. For doing the checkup and other professional services you need to see a dentist regularly.You can also ask your dentist about the routine care to make sure you are taking care of them fully and to prevent spending much of your budget again on solving the problem with a bad bridge .

To have a gums and teeth healthy clean them with fluoride toothpaste two or three times a day .


What can I expect after dental bridge?

Some patients need up to a few weeks to fully adjust to their new dental bridge. Some patients find relief in using a straw while drinking cold liquids in order to bypass their sensitive teeth. If you experience these normal side effects for more than two or three weeks, please contact your Doctor

How long does it take for a dental bridge to feel normal?

Adjusting to your dental bridge

However, don't worry as there is an adjustment period for your bridge. Most patients take about two weeks to adjust fully. During this time, avoid very hot or very cold foods. Also, using toothpaste for sensitive teeth for the first few days will help with pain and discomfort.

How long do teeth hurt after a bridge?

Your dental bridge may hurt after the procedure. It's normal, but the pain may subside after a few days. However, if it lasts for a week or more, it may be a symptom of an infection or a poorly fitted dental bridge. To avoid pain, you should follow an excellent dental hygiene.

How long does it take for gums to heal after bridge?

It can take up to 6 months for the gums to heal properly after an extraction. In most cases, you may need to wait at least 3 months after an extraction, before a bridge is fitted. Your dentist will be able to advise you on this and suggest any temporary treatment available to fill the gap in your teeth whilst you wait.

Is getting a bridge painful?

The bridge procedure is not painful because a local anesthetic is used while paring your teeth and when tyour dentist takes an impression. It is often unnecessary to take an analgesic for pain relief after the treatment.

Can you eat after getting a bridge?

Dental bridges function like the natural teeth, so no food or beverage is completely off-limits after dental bridge treatment. Still, to prolong the lifespan of the dental bridge, patients should be careful about what they eat and drink.

Can you chew gum with a bridge?

Your Mouth: If you have bridges and crowns or any other type of permanent orthodontics in your mouth, it may be a good idea to skip the gum. Constant chewing can be hard on these fixtures and loosen them, creating tiny spaces for decay to build up.

Can a tooth get infected under a bridge?

The good news: dental bridges cannot become infected. The bad news: the natural teeth underneath the crowns of a dental bridge are still vulnerable to tooth decay and other oral health issues. Tiny bits of food can get stuck in between teeth and a poorly fitted dental bridge, leading to tooth decay.

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