How Much Will
Dental Implants Cost?
Dental Implant Cost Is Dependent On Your Needs
When making the decision to get dental implants to replace missing teeth, you are taking positive steps towards improving your oral health and overall quality of life as a whole. A common question about the procedure is the overall dental implant cost. Every implant case is unique and fully customized to the individual patient, which changes the overall dental implant cost depending on your needs. We always strive for open communication with our patients and will explain every step of the implant process necessary to meet your smile goals.
You may have one or multiple procedures that will need to be performed before dental implants can be placed. Many of these factors are necessary to ensure that the implant does not fail after being placed.
Influence Dental Implant Cost Include:
We can replace missing teeth with individual implants, create dental implant bridges to span a gap of missing teeth and even provide you with full-arch dental implants. Depending on how many teeth you need replaced, or how many implants are being placed, the overall dental implant cost changes.
In order to place dental implants successfully, you must have the adequate amount of bone volume in your jaw to hold the implant post securely in place. Our doctors are skilled at bone grafting, a procedure used to restore lost bone in order for implants to be placed.
Placing a single dental implant in a location of the mouth with sufficient bone is a much less difficult procedure than replacing a full arch of missing teeth. The amount of work required will affect the overall dental implant cost but will prove cost-effective down the road. Replacing missing teeth as soon as possible is the best way to minimize your costs.
When performing implant treatment, you may wish to be sedated. We offer multiple forms of sedation, including IV sedation for a relaxing and nearly pain-free treatment.
If teeth or gums have become severely infected, or an abscess has formed, severe damage can occur to the bones, teeth and even systemic health. Treating these conditions right away can save further damage from occurring and prepare the mouth to be rebuilt.
A Lifetime Investment
After the implant post has been placed within your jaw, your regular dentist will be able to help fit you with lifelike dental crowns. With proper at-home oral care and routine dental checkups, dental implants can last the rest of your life! Many patients enjoy the freedom and confidence implants give them, as they look and function just like natural teeth. In fact, many people won’t even know you were ever missing a tooth!