Patients who lose a tooth or multiple teeth have a variety of restorative options, including dental implants. While selecting the best long-term option for tooth replacement should be the primary focus of care, we understand the cost of treatment can affect a patient’s decision. Many factors go into the cost of receiving dental implants. The number of teeth being replaced, the need for bone grafting or other procedures, the area you live in, and your insurance coverage can all affect the overall cost.

When choosing your tooth replacement option, it’s important to consider not just the initial cost but also long-term maintenance and the overall value added to your life.

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Dental implants are a valuable investment for patients looking for the best permanent tooth replacement option because

  • They can last a lifetime, unlike dentures or bridges which require replacement after years of normal wear.
  • They protect your surrounding teeth by preventing bone loss and dental shifting, which saves you money on future dental or orthodontic treatments.
  • They drastically improve your quality of life, which is priceless; the ability to eat, smile, and speak comfortably is important for a person’s health and well-being.

While the permanence of dental implants is appealing, not everyone can receive them. If you are not able to undergo minor oral procedures such as tooth extractions, you may need to consider other replacement options. During your initial examination, we will help you determine the best tooth restoration solution for you.

Cost at The Dental Implant Specialists

Some websites may offer discounted or low-cost implants, but the only real way to determine the price of your treatment is to have a consultation with an experienced oral and maxillofacial surgeon. Oral surgeons have the expertise necessary to determine the exact treatment plan you need, whether you are missing one tooth or many.

Our practice works hard to give patients affordable and effective surgical treatments. Our pricing is competitive for this region without sacrificing the quality of the materials we use. If you want to find out more about how much your procedure might cost, contact our office to schedule an appointment. Drs. Harris, Park, and Brown are board-certified oral and maxillofacial surgeons and have years of experience helping patients find the right tooth replacement solution for them.