Are you ready to invest in a permanent option to replace your missing teeth? Dental implants might be the solution for you. Although you’ve heard about their benefits, it is normal to be concerned about their cost. It’s not a secret they are more expensive than traditional methods; however, they are more affordable long-term. Here’s what you can expect to pay when replacing your missing teeth with dental implants.
Believe it or not, there are several types of dental implants. Besides different materials, there are also several restorations and abutments to choose from. As a result, the cost of the treatment is determined by your individual needs. There are multiple factors that influence the price, like the number of teeth you’re replacing. Dr. Curcio will provide you with a custom estimate during your initial consultation and discuss the fees associated with your treatment, such as:
On average, you can expect to pay:
1-2 dental implants are used to anchor your bridge to your jawbone. They cost about $4,000 depending on the number of teeth you’re treating.
If you’ve lost bone density, you might be a candidate for mini dental implants, which can range from $500 to $30,000 depending on your treatment plan.
4 to 10 dental implants can secure your denture to your jaw. On average, it costs around $30,000.
Dental implants cost more than traditional treatments because they recreate the tooth from the root up. This requires a multi-phased treatment plan that can take several months to complete. Each step in your treatment will have several costs.
Although dental implants are initially more expensive, they are more affordable long-term because they are proven to last for decades with the right aftercare. As a result, you’ll never need to worry about paying to have them replaced to lower your overall dental expenses.
Paying for dental implants is more affordable than you might realize because the entire amount isn’t due upfront. Instead, you can pay for each step in your plan separately, which may include:
Every policy differs, but most dental insurances can be used to lower the cost of certain steps in your treatment after hitting your annual deductible, like the restorations. We’ll work on your behalf with your insurance carrier to maximize your yearly limits. A member of our team will take the time to discuss any out-of-pocket dental implant cost and your payment options, like using third-party financing.
Don’t let the cost of dental implants deter you from completing your smile. We offer the affordable solutions you need to replace your missing teeth. Contact our office today to schedule your consultation.