The short answer is that it depends because treatment costs vary depending on your particular situation. If you have dental insurance, we will work with it to ensure you can maximize your coverage.
We understand that losing a tooth can be somewhat traumatic—both emotionally and financially. If you are considering a dental implant, you should understand some of the factors that go into pricing for this dental restoration.
- Getting even one dental implant is a surgical procedure, and your dentist’s overhead, geographical location, and fee structure will all impact the cost.
- You must consider the state of your current oral health. If you are lacking the required amount of jawbone to support the implant, a bone graft might be necessary. If you need a tooth extracted, this too will factor into the cost of your dental implant.
Although getting a dental implant is no small financial investment, the fact that a dental implant can last for a lifetime should also be considered. Your quality of life with implants versus dentures is another factor. Dentures will need adjustment over the years, which will cost you money down the road. With proper care and regular visits to the dentist for examinations and cleanings, dental implants are a low maintenance tooth replacement option.
Call Hillcrest Dental to make an appointment for a dental implant consultation, and we can determine how much your costs will be.