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Cost of Dental Implants – Sebastian, FL

Complete Your Smile with Dental Implants

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If you’ve lost 1 or more teeth, dental implants are a nearly perfect replica of your natural smile. As the only dental prosthetic to replace both the root and the crown, they provide exceptional benefits that aren’t possible using any other treatment. Not to mention, they can last for a lifetime with the right aftercare. Although you’d like to experience their benefits for yourself, it’s normal to be concerned about their cost. It’s true you’ll initially pay more for them than other treatments; however, we offer the affordable solutions you need to rebuild your smile without breaking the bank.

Types of Dental Implants

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No two treatment plans are the same, which is why there isn’t a set fee for dental implants. There are various factors that influence the cost, like the number of teeth you’re missing. On average, you can expect to pay more to treat several teeth than to only replace a single tooth. We’ll provide you with a custom estimate during your initial consultation and explain the costs associated with your plan.

Stages of Dental Implant Treatment

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Dental implants require a multi-step treatment plan that will take several months to complete. This can make it easier to afford your new smile because you’ll have more time to pay. Although every plan differs, you can expect to pay for:

  • Initial Consultation: You’ll need an examination, including X-rays and a CT scan to ensure you’re a candidate for dental implants.
  • Additional Procedures: You may need additional treatments, like tooth extractions, periodontal therapy, or bone grafting.
  • Placement Surgery: Sedation or anesthesia is used for your comfort as the implant posts are surgically placed into your jawbone.
  • Abutments: Each post will require a special fixture called an abutment.
  • Restorations: Your new teeth are carefully crafted from all-ceramic material.

Are Dental Implants Worth the Investment?

You’ll pay more upfront for dental implants than traditional treatments, but they are more affordable long-term. They have over a 95% success rate and are proven to last for decades with the right aftercare, so you’ll never need to worry about paying to have them replaced.

Dental implants are also the only treatment to preserve your jawbone, which stops dental drift. This prevents common issues associated with tooth loss, like cavities, gum disease, and additional missing teeth. This lowers your overall oral health expenses to save you more money down the road.

Can I Use My Dental Insurance?

Every policy differs, but most dental insurances offer some coverage for the treatment after paying your annual deductible. This can lower the cost of certain steps in your plan until reaching your yearly limit. A member of our team will work on your behalf with your insurance carrier to maximize your dental benefits. We’ll take the time to explain how your coverage is being used and discuss your out-of-pocket expense. We accept several payment options for any remaining balance, including third-party financing.

If you’re ready to invest in a complete smile, contact our office today to schedule your consultation.

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