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Cost of Dental Implants - Cambridge, OH | Marietta, OH

Invest in a Compete Smile Today!

model of dental implantThe cost of dental implants can be concerning, but do not let that deter you from replacing your missing teeth with the next best thing to your own. Although they cost more upfront than traditional treatments, they are an investment because they have the potential to last for a lifetime. Not to mention, they are more affordable than you might believe. The process to replace your teeth with dental implants requires several steps. Each step has a different cost. As a result, you will not need to pay for the entire treatment at once. We will help you find an option to stay within your budget to rebuild your smile.

Types of Dental Implants

implant-retained bridgeDespite what you may believe, there are different types of dental implants that vary in prices, such as standard and mini implants. In addition, the number of teeth you are treating also influences the cost. A single unit implant is generally cheaper than an implant-supported appliance; however, it is not cost-effective to replace several teeth individually.

What are the Stages of Dental Implant Treatment?

Your journey to a complete smile will take several months because it must occur in multiple stages to ensure the long-term success of the dental implants:

  • Consultation: You need a consultation with your implant dentist to evaluate your oral health to ensure you are a candidate for the procedure. Besides a visual examination, you also need a CT scan. Based on the results of the examination, you may need additional treatments before having your placement surgery, such as bone grafting.
  • Implant Placement: Your oral surgeon uses the CT scan to pinpoint the ideal location for your implant posts. They are surgically placed into your jawbone while under sedation or anesthesia. You then spend the next several months healing to allow your jawbone to fuse to the posts.
  • Abutments & Restorations: You need a second minor surgery to place special fixtures on each post, called abutments. The connector pieces are necessary to attach your restorations. It can take multiple appointments to create your custom-made crown, bridge, or denture.

Are Dental Implants Worth the Investment?

Dental implants are a cost-effective solution to treat your missing teeth. They have the potential to last for several decades, so you never need to worry about having them replaced with the right aftercare. They also improve your oral health to reduce your overall dental expenses.

Does My Dental Insurance Cover Dental Implants?

dental insurance formNow, many insurance carriers cover a portion of the cost of dental implants. The amount they pay varies depending on your specific policy. Although it will not pay the entire balance, it can help lower the amount of certain aspects of your treatment, like the restorations. We work on your behalf with the insurance company to reduce your out-of-pocket balance. We accept several payment options to make paying the remaining balance affordable, such as using third-party financing with CareCredit.

If you are ready for a complete smile, contact our office today to schedule your consultation for a personalized estimate for dental implants.