Are you ready to enjoy a complete smile again? You know dental implants can provide you with the results you want, but you’re concerned about how much it will cost. It’s no secret they are more expensive upfront than traditional treatments, like a denture, but they are actually more affordable long-term. We’ll provide you with a custom estimate based on your specific treatment plan and discuss your payment options to keep your new smile within your budget.
There’s not a set price for dental implants because the cost is based on several factors, such as the number of teeth you’re replacing. On average, you can expect to pay more to replace multiple teeth because you’ll need more than one implant post. The type of implant post used also impacts the cost, such as if they are titanium or ceramic.
Your treatment will take several months to complete because there are multiple stages involved; however, it’s time well spent. Each phase has separate costs, which can make it easier to pay for dental implants because you won’t need to pay the entire amount upfront. On average, you can expect to pay for:
Dental implants are initially more expensive, but they will save you money down the road. Unlike any other tooth replacement option, dental implants have the potential to last for a lifetime. They have over a 95% success rate to last for several decades, so you’ll never need to worry about having them replaced if you care for them correctly.
They can also lower your long-term dental expenses. The implant posts stop dental drift by preserving your jaw’s density. This protects any remaining natural teeth to reduce your risk of cavities, gum disease, and additional tooth loss.
Unfortunately, most dental insurance companies don’t cover the entire cost of the treatment, but they may pay for certain aspects of it, like your restorations. We work on your behalf with your insurance carrier to reduce the amount you need to pay out-of-pocket. We’ll help you find the solutions you need to cover any remaining balance, such as using third-party financing with CareCredit.
If you’re ready to permanently replace your missing teeth, dental implants may be the answer for you. Contact our office today to schedule your consultation.