Dental Implant Costs

Dental Implant Costs

The costs of dental implants are separated into two categories:

  • The cost of surgery (when dental implants and abutments are inserted in the patient’s jaw);
  • The cost of the prosthetic restoration (crown, bridge or denture that will attach to the abutment of the implant).

Dental implant costs vary according to your health condition

Each patient’s situation is unique and only your dentist and/or a specialist can provide a specific cost for a treatment plan. You should plan on paying up to several thousands of dollars for the placement of dental implants. The beneficiaries of a dental care plan may be reimbursed for some or all of these expenses, on the basis of their insurance coverage.

Some dental clinics may offer a discount on dental implants and/or crowns, bridges or dentures if more than one implant is required in the treatment plan. Discuss with your dentist or specialist to find out if they offer a discount or not.

Since many dentists and specialists offer implantology treatments, you can consult a few and compare treatment plans and costs. Ask for a detailed treatment schedule that contains all actions planned and their respective cost.

Sometimes, it may be more economical to find a dentist or a specialist who practices on the outskirts of major cities or in a rural area, as long as they are qualified in implantology.

Although they are more expensive than other treatment options, dental implants represent a reliable and long-term solution. Their cost is non-recurring and can save you money in the long run.

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