Factors that Affect Tooth Implant Cost
Several factors affect the tooth implant cost in your treatment plan. Dr. Jody Vance provides financing options to make sure you receive the care you need.
Reasons to Replace a Missing Tooth
You have invested both time and money into restoring your oral health and smile with implants. Any concerns over your implants deserve prompt attention from an implant specialist. It is always best to seek an evaluation, especially when obvious symptoms are present or your implant does not feel “quite right.” Once we determine the cause of your implant problem, we work to reestablish health and function through advanced techniques.
• Number of teeth missing
• Bone loss
• Type of procedure
• Periodontal disease treatment
• Sinus lift
• Extractions needed
• Being edentulous
Pricing Dental Implants
Number of teeth that are missing
If you need more teeth replaced, your cost of treatment will be higher than the average.
Patients with some degree of bone loss may need a bone grafting procedure, which can increase the cost of treatment.
Type of procedure
Various types of dental implants are priced differently, so you may end up paying more or less than the average depending on the treatment that is best for you.
Some patients need a sinus lift before implants can be placed successfully in the upper premolar and molar regions of the mouth.
If you have gum disease that is left untreated, you may need laser gum surgery before receiving dental implants.
If any broken or damaged teeth need to be extracted before implant placement, the cost of treatment may be more than the average.
Patients who are missing all of their teeth may need extensive tooth replacement procedures and a bone graft to restore their smile.