Dental Implants Cost
- Category: Dental Implant
Your specific circumstances may call for additional procedures requiring extra work for the posterior mandible, sinus elevation, bone regeneration, and the diameter needed for the successful placement of the implant. These additional procedures can cause the cost of a dental implant to rise significantly resulting in fees anywhere from 15,000 to $30,000 to complete treatment.
However, there is a common misconception that dental implant procedures are more expensive than the alternative restorative options available. This is simply not true. Actually, dental implants are much more cost effective than the other procedures used in restoring tooth loss. The other procedures available for tooth restoration will require repairs, maintenance, replacements, and additional procedures to preserve the facial structure and prevent additional tooth loss.
For example, patients receiving a bridge restorative treatment will likely require additional procedures to treat teeth that were shaved down in the process, repairs to treat bone defects, or an entire replacement bridge. Over the course of 10 to 15 years, a patient may require bone repair and a single bridge replacement resulting in over $6,000. A dental implant along with a supported crown would’ve cost $2,000 to $4,000.
There are several factors that tie into the cost of a dental implant such as the dentist’s experience, location, the materials used to construct the implant, as well as the coverage provided by your dental insurance.
The cost for dental implants used in full mouth reconstruction will range from $24,000 to $100,000.
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