Since their modern introduction in the 1950s, dental implant supported tooth replacement has quickly become the go-to restoration option. However, the cost of this complex treatment gives many patients pause. While the price of an individual treatment plan varies dramatically based on a number of factors, we’ll walk you through every stage of your unique treatment plan and the cost of each step of the process. Our goal is to help you plan and budget for all aspects of your implant supported tooth replacement plan, so there are no surprises down the road. While implant supported tooth replacement does require an added investment on the front end, the long term benefits are well worth the initial cost. If you’re ready to learn more about the factors that impact dental implant costs and start planning the budget for your advanced tooth replacement plan, give our dental office in Lincoln a call. The Weber Family Dentistry team will get you started with a dental implant consultation, so we can start helping you plan for your brand new smile.
The pricing of your dental implant posts is the first factor that impacts the cost of your dental implant tooth replacement plan. Each implant post is custom crafted from high quality materials, usually titanium or zirconia. However, these customized restorations do come at a premium, so the bulk of the overall cost of dental treatment is wrapped up in the expense of crafting these implant posts. In addition to the crafting of the custom dental implant posts, the cost of surgical implant placement can also be high. Before we begin your treatment, we’ll review your dental implant options and partner with you to find a solution that meets your needs and fits your budget.
In addition to the creation and placement of dental implant posts, there are several other phases of dental implant tooth replacement that will also impact the cost of your treatment. Before the implant posts are placed, we may perform one or more preparatory procedures like tooth extractions or tissue grafts. After your implant placement procedures, we’ll still need to attach the abutments that affix the replacement teeth to the implant posts. Finally, we’ll design and attach the replacement dental crown, bridge, partial, or full denture.
While this complex tooth replacement process does come with a hefty price tag, many patients find that the benefits are worth the added investment. Some of the many advantages of replacing missing teeth with dental implants include: