February 3, 2017

If you have missing or discolored teeth, you might have perfected the art of hiding your smile. Dr. Gielincki and the rest of us at the Jacksonville Center for Prosthodontics & Implant Dentistry are here to tell you about dental implants; specifically, dental implant cost as well as how they’re a more affordable option in the long run.

Factors That Impact Dental Implant Cost

One of the biggest influences of the cost of dental implants is the number of implants you need. Patients who only need one or two implants will pay less than someone who needs to replace an entire arch. The materials your implants are made with are something else that impact the cost. Examples of materials used for dental implants include zirconium and titanium.

There’s also a chance your prosthodontist in Jacksonville Beach, FL, will need to perform a bone graft before your implants to ensure the implant has proper support. This extra procedure will result in an extra cost. Additionally, scans will need to be performed on your mouth to see whether a bone graft is necessary.

Why Dental Implants Are Cost Efficient in the Long Run

While you might be put off by the total cost of dental implants, know that they are your best and most cost-efficient option in the long run. The reason for this is that they’re as close as you can come to restoring your natural teeth. Other replacement options, such as tooth-supported bridges, don’t have the lifespan of dental implants, which can last longer than 20 years. While you’re likely to pay more for dental implants originally, you’ll save a lot more in the long run compared to the cost of having to replace bridges or another tooth-replacement option.

Dental implants are just what you need to restore your smile and confidence. Learn more about them by calling Dr. Gielincki and setting up a consultation.



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