Dental implant procedures range in price depending on the extent of your procedure. Factors such as the number of teeth being replaced and the need for dental extractions or bone grafting procedures affect the cost of your dental implant procedure. Your insurance coverage can also lower the overall cost of your dental implants, but different plans vary, and some plans do not cover the procedure. Though some places advertise for bargain dental implants, the only way to know exactly how much your procedure will cost is to have an oral exam and consultation with a skilled oral surgeon.
The Value of Dental Implants
Dental implants are an investment that adds value to the lives of patients who suffer from missing or failing teeth. Below are just a few of the reasons that dental implants offer the most value to patients in the long run.
- Dental implants are a life-long tooth restoration option, unlike dentures, which must be replaced after years of use.
- Dental implants protect your remaining healthy teeth and bone from excess wear, preventing future oral health problems that can be costly to fix.
- Patients who receive dental implants often see a dramatic improvement in their quality of life, which is valuable for your general well-being and health.
The team at Siouxland Oral & Maxillofacial Surgery believes that everyone should have a smile that they are proud of. We accept many forms of payment, including CareCredit and many insurance plans. We want to make payment simple and convenient for our patients, which is why our knowledgeable front desk staff is available to help you get insurance estimates and information about your treatment.
Contact one of our offices for more information about your dental implant payment options.