COST OF DENTAL IMPLANTS
What is the Cost of Dental Implants?
Dental implants have an average starting cost of $4,000 to $6,000 each with Dr. Mann at Mann Family Dental for a single tooth. This cost can vary widely depending on what the dental implant is ultimately going to be used for. A full mouth of dental implants with permanent teeth can cost as much as $60,000.
Dental implants are becoming more and more common for patients who have lost their teeth. They replace the root structure of a tooth and preserve the bone making it possible to enjoy better and longer-lasting dental health.
But what is the cost of dental implants? How much dental implants cost will vary depending on the complexity of your dental care needs, your location, the choices you make, and several other factors.
At Mann Family Dental, we provide single, multiple, and full mouth dental implants that look like natural teeth and can last a lifetime when cared for properly. We know that the cost of quality dental care procedures can be scary, so we’ll do our best to explain what the process entails, how much the treatment costs, and what your payment options are.
The cost of dental implants depends on several factors, but in general, the following is factored into the cost:
- What is the number of implants needed?
- A single dental implant will be significantly less money than a full mouth of dental implants.
- Are there teeth to be extracted?
- Many times when patients are considering dental implants they need to have teeth extracted as well. This will add additional costs for treatment.
- Are the teeth going to be removable or non-removable?
- Removable teeth options are generally less expensive than non-removable options. There are advantages and disadvantages of both options.
- Are bone grafting procedures necessary for having dental implants?
- This is a common omitted service that adds substantial costs. Dr. Mann will thoroughly examine your mouth and review your cone beam 3D scan before treatment begins and quote those additional fees upfront.
- Does the patient have a lot of fear and anxiety about dental care?
- Many people that are interested in dental implants have neglected their mouths because of fear of the dentist. For these patients, we offer I.V. Sedation. This can also add significant costs.
The cost for dental implants is high but they can be life-changing for patients that are suffering from poor oral health, poor chewing, low self-esteem, embarrassment, and low confidence. Choosing a qualified and experienced dentist to help you with your dental implant decisions is extremely important and rarely does making a decision on cost alone result in a good outcome.
So how much do dental implants cost? The answer is, it varies depending on the severity of your needs and how many teeth you will be replacing.
Financing Your Dental Implant Costs
Paying for dental care doesn’t have to be scary and overwhelming. We provide several resources for our patients so that quality dental care is accessible to everyone. Whether you set up payment plans, utilize private insurance to help cover the cost, or use a combination of resources, we’ll help you find a plan that works for you.
Mann Family Dental Savings Plan
Did you know that we have a private dental savings plan? The Mann Family Dental Savings Plan helps our uninsured patients gain access to many of our dental services. For those on our dental savings plan, we also offer an exclusive discount on dental implants.
Visit our financial information page to learn more about our Mann Family Dental savings plan and other payment resources.
Your dental insurance plan could cover dental implants. Mann Family Dental doesn’t belong to a particular insurance network, but we will help you file your insurance claim and get the most of any benefits available to you. In addition, we work with insurance providers to help calculate how much you can expect to pay out-of-pocket and how much of the surgery may be covered by your dental insurance.
At Mann Family Dental, we offer interest-free financing for those who qualify. In addition, we work with Care Credit, Lending Point, and Compassionate Finance to provide low-interest and interest-free loans that our patients can use to make monthly payments on their treatment over a set period of time.
Lending Point is a no-interest or low-interest loan that offers a prequalification in seconds without impacting your credit score. Worry-free financing with no pre-payment penalty or origination fees. Great approval for lower credit scores.
Compassionate Finance offers instant approvals and fixed-rate plans with no hidden fees. You can apply for credit online, and anyone with a bank account can qualify.
Care Credit is a popular health financing option that works like an interest-free credit card. You will receive a card that you can use to make your payments, and as long as you make them on time and pay within your specified schedule, you won’t pay any interest.
If you have questions about financing or paying for your dental implant surgery, call our office at 603-625-9823, and one of our friendly, professional staff members will discuss multiple options with you.
Dental Implants With a Lifetime Value
When you pay for dental implants, you are investing in a surgical procedure that will benefit you for a lifetime. Dental implants are permanent and can typically last for decades, assuming you care for them properly. In addition, investing in dental implants will significantly improve your appearance and oral health.
We Strive to Provide Comfort & Affordability For Our Patients
To find out if dental implants are a good fit for you, schedule a free consultation by calling our office at 603-625-9823 or contacting us online. You’ll be on your way to a happier and healthier smile in no time!