Your dental implant cost can change depending on how many teeth you will need to replace. Teeth can be replaced on a one-to-one basis or we can replace an entire arch with just four implants.
Before dental implant placement, we must ensure that you have sufficient bone volume to support the implant long-term. If bone loss or deterioration has occurred, bone grafting can get you back to proper volume to support the implant but will add to the overall cost. This is a prerequisite if you do not have enough jawbone.
For those with broken or failing teeth in need of replacement, they will need to be extracted before replacement can occur. While tooth extraction is a simple procedure for our oral surgeons, it is important to receive professional extraction so minimal damage is done to your surrounding and supporting structures.
Your dental implant cost changes depending on the location of the implants or the type of procedure you need to have done. All-on-4® dental implants, implant supported dentures, implants in the aesthetic zone or sinus lifts are more complex treatments that can influence the overall cost.
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