Dental Implant Cost
Many factors can affect the cost of dental implants, including necessary preparatory care and the number of implants needed.
Our average cost for a single implant starts at $1,800. Overall treatment cost varies based on the restoration chosen and your needs.
The team at Ward Road Dental in Arvada, CO, can determine the cost of your custom implant treatment and affordable financing options.
Invest in Your Dental Health
Dental implants are an investment in your dental health and do more than give you back a beautiful smile.
Implants, which act as tooth roots, stimulate the jaw and encourage regenerative bone growth that prevents deterioration of your jawbone. While there is an investment upfront, implants may save you money in the long run by keeping your jaw strong and helping you avoid bone atrophy. Without implants, your jaw may continue to deteriorate and you could lose more teeth. If enough bone is lost you may need bone grafting to qualify for dental implants.
For optimum longevity, Dr. Christopher J. Gillette at Ward Road Dental in Arvada, CO, uses high-quality titanium implants that can last a lifetime, keeping your jaw healthy while restoring your bite and smile.
Restore Your Smile With Dental Implants
Costs Associated with Dental Implant Treatment
Number of Implants
The number of implants you will need will affect the cost, as there is more material, surgical work, and time required for the placement of multiple implants.
If you require preparatory treatments such as extractions, bone grafting, or other procedures, this will affect the overall cost of treatment. Extraction costs will vary based on if you need one tooth or multiple teeth pulled.
Some patients may desire more than a local anesthetic during treatment. Sedation dentistry is a great way to keep you comfortable during your procedures, but it will also raise the cost of your treatment.
Dr. Gillette uses high-quality dental materials and highly trusted labs for his restorations. However, the type of material used in your restoration will affect costs. There are different types of materials that can be used for bridges, crowns, and dentures. Implant and abutment costs vary too. All of these variations will impact costs.
Fitting Dental Implants Into Your Budge Insurance & Financing Options
Generally, dental insurance does not cover the cost of a dental implant. However, the restoration that is paired with the implant is often covered at least partially by dental insurance. Our Arvada practice accepts most major dental insurance and we can help determine what is covered by your plan.
We understand that dental implants are a major investment. We want to ensure implants are an accessible treatment option. To help patients manage costs, we accept payments with CareCredit®, a third-party financing company that offers no- or low-interest loans for implant treatments and associated out-of-pocket costs.
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