What Is The Cost Of Dental Implants?

June 14, 2024National Dental

An Investment In Your Smile

By taking care of your oral health, you are making an investment in your overall health and life. When you are missing teeth, your health suffers as a whole, from the limited foods you can eat, to jaw bone deterioration and even a changing facial shape.  Dental implants are the ideal solution to replacing missing teeth, as they restore the function of the tooth crown and root at the same time. Many people are concerned about the cost of having dental implants placed, but because of the unique physiology of every person, it is difficult to give an exact cost without an examination of your oral structure.

Factors That Determine Your Dental Implant Cost

You may have one or multiple procedures that will need to be performed before dental implants can be placed and these often affect the overall dental implant cost. Many of these factors are necessary to ensure that the implant does not fail after being placed. Some of the procedures that influence dental implant cost include:
 
  1. Number Of Teeth To Be Replaced - We are able to use dental implants to replace any number of missing teeth, from one tooth to an entire arch. In cases of full arch tooth replacement, we can use as few as two dental implants to secure an implant supported denture.

  2. Necessary Tooth Extraction - Dental implants take the place of missing teeth, so if you have any failing, damaged, or broken teeth that need to be replaced, they must be extracted first. Our extractions are gentle with the use of sedation dentistry, but each extraction will alter the overall cost.

  3. Bone Grafting - When placing a dental implant, you must have sufficient bone volume to fully support the implant post within your jaw. If proper volume isn’t present, we offer bone grafting treatment to restore bone to the area prior to dental implant placement.

  4. Severity of Your Case - Depending on the type of treatment you need will influence the overall cost of your dental implants. Replacing a single missing tooth is a much different cost than when you need to replace a full arch of teeth. We offer Teeth Tomorrow® as a convenient solution for those in need of replacing all their teeth in an entire arch.

Guiding You Every Step Of The Way

Choosing to replace missing teeth with dental implants is a big decision for many patients. For this reason, we offer a free dental implant consultation at National Dental. During this consultation, we will listen to your smile wants and goals as well as evaluate your oral health to discover your needs. For those who qualify, we also offer a zero percent financing option to help you make this life-changing treatment more affordable. Once you have a complete smile again, you will feel more confident in your daily life and in interactions with others—drastically improving your quality of life forever.

 
 

Most Read

Answers To Your Most Pressing Dental Implant Questions

June 14, 2024Open And Clear Communication—Always It is no secret that dental implants are considered the gold standard for tooth replacement, yet many patients understandably have questions about the process. At National Dental, ...

Read more

What Is The Cost Of Dental Implants?

June 14, 2024An Investment In Your Smile By taking care of your oral health, you are making an investment in your overall health and life. When you are missing teeth, your health suffers ...

Read more

DO FULL ARCH DENTAL IMPLANTS FEEL LIKE NATURAL TEETH

April 29, 2024It's likely, you've heard more than one success story about the performance of dental implants. But without experiencing the impact of this restoration option yourself, it can be hard to ...

Read more

National Dental
National Dental