My Maryland Bridge Has Fallen Out Three Times Recently And I Would Like An Alternative Option?

Q.
Hello Dr Riten. I currently have a Maryland bridge which needs replacing as it keeps coming loose. This has happened to me on three occasions now and I am not willing to have this bridge cemented back in again. I would much prefer something more permanent than this. What options are available for gaps and missing teeth and what are they likely to cost? I have dental insurance so hopefully this will cover me for any costs. Thank you for listening, I hope to hear from you soon. 
A.
Hello and thank you for your enquiry. The best option for stability and longevity would be a dental implant as this is independent of the adjacent teeth. A full preparation bridge is another option but this requires the other teeth to be cut down. You should seek out an experienced cosmetic dentist for help and advice as it’s difficult to say whether a dental implant would suit your dental condition without seeing in person. If you would like further information, it is available through this website. Regards, Dr Riten Patel.
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