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Affordable Dental Implants

Mouth with dental implantsMany patients want to replace missing teeth with dental implants, but the cost of this advanced treatment is often a deterrent. If you’re concerned about the potential cost of dental implants, read this page to find out more about the costs of dental implants, and contact the Rocky Hill dentistry practice of Thaddeus S. Michalski, DMD. We’ll walk you through all of the treatment options and the potential costs associated with each part of your tooth replacement plan. Our knowledgeable team works closely with your dental insurance provider to offer accurate estimates for all of your out of pocket costs to ensure there are no unpleasant financial surprises associated with your dental implant tooth replacement plan.

Average Cost of Dental Implant Restorations

Dental implant restorations have a wide range of costs. On average, patients will pay about $2000 for an individual dental implant. Additional implants will typically decrease in cost, and you can save additional money by having all the implants placed at the same time to avoid additional costs for surgical appointments. In addition to the cost of the implants, you will also need to factor in the cost of your replacement tooth or teeth. One to four dental implants can usually be used to support any number of replacement teeth from a single dental crown to a full denture. While dental insurance will not usually cover the cost of the dental implant posts or their surgical placement, your insurance will still cover a percentage of the cost of your tooth replacement prosthetic.

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Factors that Increase the Cost

There are multiple complications that can impact the cost of your dental implant supported tooth replacement, including:

Paying for Your Dental Implant Treatment

If you would like help spreading the cost of your treatment over the course of several months, we’ll be happy to work with CareCredit. This third party financier offers low and no interest payment plans for patients to help them spread the cost of treatment across six months, a year, or longer. This is a great option to help patients fit dental implant supported tooth replacement into their budgets.