Several Factors May Affect Dental Implant Cost
Before you can receive dental implants, you must be in good oral health. We will carefully evaluate your teeth, periodontal tissues, and your jaw bone. Existing tooth decay, gum disease, and any infections must be treated before your implant surgery can begin. If you have severely decayed or infected teeth, they may require an extraction. If your jaw bone is too weak to support dental implants, you may also require a bone graft.
Number And Type Of Implants:
The number of dental implants you require will affect your dental implant cost. We place full-size titanium implants, which are remarkably strong and less expensive than zirconia implants. It is important to keep in mind that even if you require a partial or full-arch restoration, you will not necessarily need a large number of implants. We will use the most conservative number of implants possible to provide optimal support for your restoration.
Your surgical costs are a combination of your dentist’s fees, facility fees, and the cost of anesthesia or sedation. We provide local anesthetic along with oral sedation. Your surgical fees will typically vary depending upon the extent of your surgery, which will be determined during your comprehensive evaluation.
You will need a specially designed dental crown, bridge, or denture to attach to your dental implants. We will fully explain your options so you can make an informed decision about the type of restoration you want, as well as the materials used to make the restoration.
Type Of Dental Insurance:
We will contact your insurance company to determine your dental implant cost and what parts of your treatment may be covered. To help you afford treatment, we accept all major forms of payment and offer CareCredit℠ patient financing. We will be happy to help you explore different financing options to place the cost of treatment within your budget.