The average cost of dental implant treatment varies for every patient, because everyone has different oral health needs. A patient who requires only a single dental implant will have a different cost than a patient who requires a full mouth of implants or All-on-4® treatment concept.
At Placer Oral & Dental Implant Surgery, we make sure you are informed about the cost of treatment and know what to expect beforehand. Our expert oral surgeon, Dr. Daniel Martin, will closely evaluate your oral health at the consultation visit to determine the right type of tooth restoration for your needs.
During the first visit, our team will review several factors with you that will factor into the cost of your dental implants. These factors include:
After we examine these factors, we will provide you with a cost estimate prior to performing treatment. That way, you know exactly what to expect and can answer any questions you have regarding payment. Our front desk staff is highly versed in insurance policies and procedures, and are happy to discuss payment and financing options available.
Our practice works with many insurance companies and financing institutions to make dental implants accessible to more patients. Financing dental implants is a great way to receive oral surgery on a payment plan schedule that's right for you. We are happy to walk you through the options available and help you through the application process to begin financing your dental implants.
Placer Oral & Dental Implant Surgery is a CareCredit® provider and works with Proceed Finance, a patient loan provider. Learn more about Dental Implant Financing and how you can afford the oral surgery care you and your family need.
When you choose to replace missing, damaged, or failing teeth with dental implants, you are investing in your long-term oral health. Your dental implants are specially made for you. The implant crowns are created in a dental lab and will match the size, shape, and color of your natural teeth for beautiful results.
A dental implant fuses to the jaw bone, creating a sturdy foundation that allows the tooth to maintain full functionality. The post acts as a tooth root, stimulating the jaw bone and keeping it healthy. Removable dentures, bridges, or partials only sit on top of the ridge in the mouth. By not stimulating the jaw bone during chewing, these options increase the risk of jaw bone atrophy associated with tooth loss.
Dental implants do not require special dental care, unlike dentures which must be cleaned using special rinses. You must remove dentures during eating and cleaning, which can be embarrassing. With dental implants, your replacement teeth remain in your mouth at all times. There are no moving parts and no special products are necessary. Simply maintain proper care of your implants with regular brushing and flossing and they can last a lifetime.
Some patients turn to dentures or bridges because they are cheaper upfront. However, these options can add up over time. You must replace dentures and bridges as soon as every 5 years. In addition to this recurring cost, your jaw bone can deteriorate over time without the stimulation it needs. If the bone atrophies greatly, you may require costly and extensive bone repair surgery.
The investment in dental implants upfront reduces or eliminates the risk of these recurring costs, saving you money in the future and providing peace of mind in knowing your oral health is protected. To find out if you qualify for dental implants or to learn more about this remarkable tooth replacement solution, contact Placer Oral & Dental Implant Surgery in Roseville, California, today. Dr. Martin will evaluate your individual needs and create a treatment plan that restores your smile and your confidence.