How Much Do Dental Implants Cost?
Individual prices will vary greatly depending on your unique circumstances which is why Otero Family, Cosmetic & Implant Dentistry offers a no cost and no commitment consultation.
It is important to remember that when you pay the relatively high cost of a dental implant, you’re paying for both the implant device itself and the delicate surgical procedure of implanting it into your mouth. The dentist you choose for your dental implant should have extensive training and experience in dental implant procedures. Although expensive, dental implants often last a lifetime and restore both the function and appearance of natural teeth.
What Affects the Cost of my Dental Implants?
A variety of different factors contribute to the final price of your dental implant. These include:
- The number of teeth being replaced
- The type of crown or bridge being used
- The type of implant used, with varieties like mini implants generally costing less
- The density and location of bone that will be used as the anchor
- The number of implants being installed
Will Insurance Cover Dental Implants?
It depends on your insurance company, but most plans do not cover dental implants. Check with your provider to see if they will pay for your procedure or bring your insurance information to your consultation and our team will be happy to help you find the information.
Work With a Dental Implant Team You Can Trust
The proper installation of dental implants takes great care, training and experience. Dr. Otero has unique qualifications, having achieved Diplomate status in the International Congress of Oral Implantologists.
To learn about the specific costs you can expect for your dental implants, schedule a free consultation with Otero Family Cosmetic and Implant Dentistry near Wilmington, North Carolina. If you have any questions about dental implants, contact us at (910) 270-9344.