How much do dental implants cost?
Every case is different, so it's impossible to provide a single price on a website without knowing the details of your specific situation.
Many factors go into the price of a dental implant, including:
- Where is the implant located?
- What kind of implant is used?
- What type of restoration will be used?
- Is additional treatment needed to prepare the site and improve the chances for success?
- Do you have any specific health-related needs that need to be taken under consideration?
- Will your insurance cover a portion of the costs?
It's also important to consider the skill of the person placing your implant! While it's true that there are several general dental offices that offer "discounted" implants, you need to ask yourself why this is – and whether bargain hunting for a surgical procedure is really a good idea. It will save you a great deal of time, money, and hassle to have your implant placed by an expert in the field with state-of-the-art technology available to help make sure that it's done correctly the first time.
As a part of your treatment plan, Dr. Hayes will sit down with you, review your case and any records your general dentist has sent over, and then discuss your own needs and goals for your procedure. Once all of these details have been taken into account, Dr. Hayes will be able to let you know how much your dental implant will cost.
Dental implants are an investment in the future health of your smile. Unlike other tooth replacement options that are available, implants replace the root of the missing tooth. This helps maintain the health of your periodontal bone, which is important for your long-term oral health. By placing an implant, we can provide you with the stability and security you need as well as help you avoid future problems.