The cost of your overall dental implant procedure will depend on a few different factors, such as the: Number of implants being placed
Type of implants used Restorations which are used over the implant
Some people require additional treatments to accompany their implant procedure. For instance, a bone graft or sinus lift might be necessary.
These steps can change the overall investment of your treatment.
Read more about other procedures that may be necessary..
Certain aspects of your treatment might be covered by your insurance plan.A treatment coordinator will help you outline your care procedures and provide an estimated coverage amount.This will help you minimize out of pocket expenses and help you plan your budget accordingly.
If you don’t have dental insurance or are looking for a way to afford the amounts not covered by your insurance plan, financing is typically available.Depending on the implant provider, most people are able to select from payment installments or 3rd party 0%/low-interest financing.Read more about financing options.
Because every care plan is customized for your individual needs and budget, the overall cost of care can vary greatly from person to person.