Frequently Asked Questions About The Cost Of Dental Implants, Part 1-海思k3v2

Dental-Care The cost of dental implants is grossly misunderstood by the vast majority of people who need one or more of their teeth replaced. Most patients, when re.mended implants as a course of action respond with: Arent dental implants really expensive? Oh no, I couldnt possibly afford one! Isnt there anything cheaper thatll do the trick? As a result of this misconception, patients opt for inferior dental hardware, such as bridges or removable denture, instead of the newer and more sophisticated technology offered by skilled and experienced implant dentists. In this four-part article series, we shall therefore strive to dispel the myths surrounding the cost of dental implants and help you to understand what youre paying for, why and how this will ultimately benefit you tremendously in the long run. FAQ: What can I expect the cost of dental implants to be? Answer: The cost of dental implants varies widely depending on many different factors (see next question.) The approximate amount you can expect to pay for the various dental implant procedures looks something as follows: $250 for the initial consultation with the implant dentist. This will include the clinical exam, X-rays and the design of a treatment plan. Cost of dental implant for single tooth replacement: $4,000 to $6,000. Cost of dental implants for multiple (three) tooth replacement: $12,000 to $15,000. Cost of dental implants for oral rehabilitation of an entire dental arch using the All-on-4 technique: $27,500 to $35,000. Cost of dental implants for oral rehabilitation of both dental arches using the All-on-4 technique: $50,000. Immediate function mini implant-supported dentures: $4,000 to $8,000 per arch. Dentures supported by traditional (endosseous root form) implants: $9,000 to $15,000 per arch. Please note that all of these costs are estimates. For a more accurate understanding of what you will need to pay to get a functional bite and a beautiful and confident smile back, schedule a consultation with a qualified and experienced implant dentist. FAQ: What influences the cost of dental implants? Answer: The price you are required to pay to have your oral health .pletely restored with dental implants depends on many different factors. First and foremost, your location within the United States and the particular dentist or dental clinic you go to will influence how much you pay. Generally, there is a variation of about 20% between the cheapest and most expensive dental implant providers. The number of teeth requiring replacement: The more teeth you are missing, the more your overall medical bill will be. Having said this, the more teeth you are missing, the cheaper the cost of dental implants gets per implant. The existing health of the jaw bone: Patients presenting with advanced bone loss in the jaw generally, those who have gone toothless or with dentures for many, many years may require bone grafting surgery before dental implants can be placed. This additional surgery is unfortunately quite expensive, which emphasizes the importance of opting for dental implants as your first and only solution to tooth loss; not removable dentures. Stay Tuned for More on the Cost of Dental Implants To read more FAQ about the cost of dental implants, stay tuned for the second installment of this four-part article series, courtesy of qualified and experienced implant dentists. About the Author: 相关的主题文章: