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How Much Do Dental Implants Cost?

Do you have a missing tooth you want to replace, but are concerned about staying within your budget? You are not alone. There are many treatment options available to replace a missing tooth and costs are an important factor to consider when picking the right treatment option for you. Dental implants at Dental Serenity are one of the most popular tooth replacement treatment options. Below is some additional information to help you understand the investment you are making in your oral health when you decide to invest in a dental implant.

The Cost of Dental Implants

The cost of a dental implant can vary greatly and depends on several factors. In general, a dental implant will cost between $1,500-$6,000. This estimate includes the cost of the surgery to place the implant in the jawbone, the cost of the metal implant, and any additional procedures that may be needed throughout the process.

Why Does the Cost Vary?

There are many factors that influence the cost of dental treatments. A few common factors that impact costs include your geographic location, the expertise and skills of your dentist, and the implant and hardware you and your dentist select. The last factor, which implant you choose, is a big factor when it comes to costs. Implants are now being made all over the world. If you get an implant from a local dental lab it may potentially be a more affordable option, but there may be less evidence available on their success. When you develop a treatment plan with your dentist you should discuss with them what types of implants they recommend and the associated costs of each option.

Ways to Cover Costs of Dental Implants

Insurance. The dental implant procedure is usually considered an elective procedure by insurance companies, meaning their plans will likely not cover the full costs. This does not mean it is impossible to get your dental insurance to cover the cost of a dental implant. Fortunately, the cost of the crown that is attached to the implant is covered by many insurance policies. Prior to committing to the procedure, it is a good idea to contact your insurance provider to determine if all or some of the costs of your implant will be covered by your current policy. It may be a good time to change policies or change providers.

Discount plans. Dental discount plans are a good option to explore to cover the costs of a dental implant. Discount plans may help cover up to 50% of the costs of the procedure. Prior to starting your treatment, it is a good idea to do some research to see if there are any discount plans available to you.

The best place to start when your dentist suggests a dental implant procedure may be right for you is to do a little research. Once you feel more informed, have a discussion with your dentist about the estimated costs of a dental implant. There are great resources available to help cover the costs of dental implants, and your dentist may have some tips on how to access them.

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