Dental Implants Cost
Dental implants provide unparalleled long-term value at an average cost of $3,000 to $4,500 per missing tooth.
We are proud to provide high-quality dental implants and are happy to work with patients on managing payments.
When people need dental implants, they choose Dr. Terrance Wolbaum at Pioneer Dental in Aurora, CO.
Four Major Dentistry Factors That Affect Cost
As with all procedures at Pioneer Hills Dental, the implant process is personalized to each patient. On top of that, the cost of dental implant treatment in general varies based on several factors.
The specifics of your customized treatment plan that impact cost are:
Number of Implants
Some patients are missing a single tooth and only need one implant. Others may need multiple implants to support dentures and address total tooth loss. Dental implants are priced one by one. Therefore, if you require multiple implants the cost of your treatment will naturally rise.
The details of your surgical treatment can keep dental care costs down, or drive them up. Key factors our Aurora dentist will evaluate when assessing costs include the amount of time you will spend in surgery and your sedation needs.
Strong jawbone density and all-around oral health are imperative for the successful placement of traditional dental implants. If our dentist determines that you lack these, you may require preparatory procedures such as a sinus lift or bone graft. For qualifying patients, we offer mini implants and All-on-4® treatment that allow many with jawbone atrophy to receive implants without preparatory procedures.
The tooth replacement that your dental implants support are priced independently from your implants and abutments. The dental implant costs will vary depending on whether or not you opt for dentures, bridges, or crowns. The prosthetic materials used and the type of abutments you choose will also impact costs.
Talk to Our Dentist Today He Can Fulfill Your Dentistry Needs
The only way to truly find out how much your implants will cost is with an in-person evaluation with our dentist, Dr. Terrance Wolbaum. In one visit he can evaluate the missing tooth areas, provide an accurate cost estimate, and discuss the best ways to personalize treatment and payment plans.
Implant-supported bridges, crowns, and dentures provide health benefits while looking like natural teeth. The sooner you speak to us, the sooner you can receive life-changing dental implants. Call or contact us now to take care of missing teeth.
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Unfortunately, implants themselves are not typically covered by insurance. The good news is that many insurance plans will pay some of the cost of the restorations that implants support, such as bridges, crowns, or dentures. We accept the majority of dental insurance plans and are happy to help patients navigate insurance issues so they can receive the most aid possible.
We Strive to Make Dental Implants Affordable For Our Aurora Patients
It pains us when a patient’s budget is a barrier to the dental care they need. To help patients pay for dental procedures we accept CareCredit®. CareCredit is a medical credit card that allows patients to pay for dental treatment in manageable no- or low-interest monthly installments.
Transparency is very important to us. We will inform you of any and all dental costs before treatment, and provide a breakdown of all applicable costs and fees.