It’s no secret that dental implants are the number one replacement option for missing or damaged teeth. However, one of the downsides to them is the price. The implant process is intricate and time-consuming, and the materials required are top-of-the-line to ensure the best results.
A surgical procedure and many trips to the dentist are required. Then you have to factor in the dental restoration cost, and it’s easy to understand why the price tag is so high.
While it is hard not to focus on the cost, it is important to understand that this decision will affect many facets of your life. Dental implants should be considered an investment in oral health, overall health, and quality of life. It’s hard to put a price tag on that.
However, Silver Spring, MD dentist Dr. David Rever wants his patients to be completely informed about the cost of dental implants. His incredible dental staff are very helpful and will aid in navigating through the insurance, finance, and payment processes.
Dental Implant Cost
The total dental implant treatment cost will vary from patient to patient. Each person will have unique circumstances that will affect the bottom line. To give you an accurate estimate on treatment, Dr. Rever will need to complete a full mouth examination and thoroughly review your medical history. Many things will need to be considered, such as:
- Where are the missing or damaged located in the mouth?
- What size and type of dental implants will be required to secure the dental restoration?
- How many implants will be required to secure the restoration?
- Is a bone graft necessary to build up the bone mass?
- Will damaged teeth need to be extracted?
- Is gum disease present? If so, that will require additional treatment.
- Will your insurance cover any portion of the treatment?
Dr. Rever and his staff will assemble a treatment plan to help us give you an accurate estimate. A single tooth replaced by an implant-secured crown can cost up to $5,000. A full mouth implant restoration can cost several tens of thousands of dollars.
Dental Insurance for Dental Implants
Dr. Rever accepts most dental insurances; however, not many plans will cover dental implants. They may, however, partially cover the dental restoration. We encourage you to contact your provider to learn more about what is and is not covered. We will electronically file your claim to maximize your benefits and give you an estimate of the amount you are responsible for paying.
Payment Options for Implant Treatments
Advanced Total Dental Care staff in Silver Spring, MD is here to help you manage the payments for your dental implants. We are available to answer any question, whether small or big, you may have. For your convenience, we offer many forms of payment for your dental implant treatment, including:
- Personal check
- Capital One
For patients that qualify, we also offer financing through CareCredit, where you can receive low or no-interest loans to help pay for your implant restored dental restoration. Their monthly payments make receiving the dental care you need so easy.