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Most of teeth fall away and there are 2-3 remaining. Now we want to remove all teeth as attach new set of teeth What are the possible ways? How much it will cost?

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Most of teeth fall away and there are 2-3 remaining. Now ...
Implant supported bridge. Its cost around 350000/- for both the jaws.
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Most of teeth fall away and there are 2-3 remaining. Now ...
Hello, as you said only few teeth are remaining and you want them extracted, and get a new set of teeth. That's really good that you want to improve your oral health, and to get desired results there are many options, like a regular complete denture, or implants supported dentures, or implants as whole, and the cost varies for every treatment, go visit a dental surgeon and I hope after seeing and evaluating the oral condition he can suggest you the most preferred option to get desired results.
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Most of teeth fall away and there are 2-3 remaining. Now ...
Hi lybrate-user, there are two ways of replacement of teeth one fixed and other removable. In order to know which is suitable for you you need to get a opg or cbct scan done. Fixed teeth is done with the help of implants. So visit and dentist and get the needful.
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Most of teeth fall away and there are 2-3 remaining. Now ...
Sir, a dental visit for sure can get you all the details as dental treatments are varied and very high on technical level. Many vital diagnostics are needed before a suitable treatment is decided for you, I wish best of luck to you for your new set of teeth. Very talented dentists are present in delhi and can surel give you a new set of teeth. Take care.
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