How Much Do Dental Implants Cost?
Dental implants are a highly effective treatment solution for patients who have missing or damaged teeth. This treatment requires the services of an experienced dentist with a high level of skill. The cost of treatment can vary widely depending on the number of teeth missing, the condition of the bone and gums and your aesthetic goals.
Paying For Your Dental Implant Treatment
Despite the proven health benefits of dental implants, they’re often considered to be an elective procedure and generally are not covered by dental insurance. There are, however, a variety of options available to help you pay for your dental implant treatment and our friendly staff can help you review your options. We offer third-party financing through Care Credit and Lending Club.
The Cost of Doing Nothing
Delaying dental implants because of the cost can mean more expensive treatment down the road and decreased quality of life. The longer you put off dental implant treatment, the more likely you are to need additional procedures that can increase total cost, such as:
- Bone grafting
- Sinus surgery
- Additional dental implants
- Periodontal disease
We encourage patients to think beyond the financial cost of dental implants. Going without your teeth impacts the way your smile looks, your ability to speak and your overall self-confidence.