Dental implants are more than just an investment in your smile—they represent an investment in your overall health and your future. While they may have a higher up-front cost than other tooth replacement options, they offer a number of benefits that make them well worth the cost; in fact, you may even find that they save you money in the long run.
Due to the life-changing nature of this treatment, our practice believes this service should be accessible to everyone who needs it. That’s why we offer a number of options to assist in the payment and financing of dental implants. To learn more about how we can help you afford the implants you need, read below or contact our office today.
One of the most common questions we get from patients is, “How much do dental implants cost?” The answer to this question is not always simple, as there are a number of factors that can affect the price of dental implants. These include the type of implant you choose, the number of implants you need, the location of your implant surgery, and more. The best way to determine the cost of your implants is to book a free consultation at our office. From there, we can develop a personalized treatment plan and give you a more accurate estimate of the procedural cost. For more information on how we determine this pricing, please click the button below.
Our financing opportunities include both in-house financing and CareCredit. CareCredit allows you to choose a plan that fits your budget and make monthly payments toward your dental implants. With our in-house option, we divide the cost of the procedure and accept a 50% down payment, with the remaining 50% distributed in recurring payments over the course of your treatment.
What About Insurance?
Many dental insurance companies will partially cover the cost of dental implants as they would other tooth replacement options such as dentures or bridges. However, because dental implants are considered to be a cosmetic procedure in many cases, coverage will likely be limited. We recommend that patients contact their insurance providers directly to learn more about their coverage for dental implants.