Dr. Kapers is always happy to offer dental implants to patients who want to reclaim their confidence and oral health after losing their teeth. At the same time, it’s important for any treatment you receive to fit comfortably within your budget. There’s no single figure that will apply to every unique case, but the examination performed at your first consultation will help us identify the variables that will contribute to the final cost. Schedule an appointment with us so that you can form an idea of whether implants are a good investment for you.
First of all, you need to consider the kind of implant posts you’ll be receiving. While most patients will receive traditional implants, those with less bone density in their jaws will often receive mini dental implants. The number of implants is also one of the main considerations we’ll need to make. Do you only need one implant for the gap in your grin, or is there an entire missing arch that will require 4 to 8 implants? Both the individual implant posts and the restoration(s) that will be placed on top of them will all greatly affect the final price.
Getting dental implants will take up to 12 months, and each stage of the process has a separate cost. This is actually an advantage for many, since it means they don’t have to pay everything immediately. The process will usually include a free consultation, preliminary procedures such as bone grafts and sinus lifts (which can be conveniently be performed right here at Creating Smiles, PC), the implant placement surgery, and the restoration. Note that you could also receive in-house sedation during these various stages; the service could come with an additional cost, but you’ll be able to relax and let go of your anxiety during each procedure.
Many people who have gotten implants in the past will happily tell you that the experience is well worth it. The stability, chewing power, and longevity that dental implants provide are unmatched by other forms of tooth replacement. You’ll also notice an increase in your own self-confidence once you start living with incredibly lifelike teeth that look and feel as natural as possible. And since they can last for 30 years or more with the right care, you won’t need to worry about replacements or ongoing adjustments; in fact, in many cases you can look forward to keeping your implants for the rest of your life.
You’ll need to check with your individual carrier regarding the coverage they provide for any given treatment. Most insurance plans won’t pay for the implants themselves, although they might help cover the cost of a restoration or other related procedures. We are out of network when it comes to dental insurance, but we can still help you file claims. Note that our practice will still help you save money regarding the implant process by handling both the placement and restoration stages in one location.
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