October 26, 2016

If you are thinking of getting dental implants to replace missing or broken teeth in your mouth, you’re probably concerned about the cost. While every situation is unique and different and no two mouths are the same, we’ve done our best to break down the factors that affect the final cost of your implants.

The doctors here at Waterside Dental in Port Charlotte have extensive experience placing dental implants to give patients more natural looking smiles. We do our best to keep costs low and affordable without sacrificing the quality of our treatment.

Factors Affecting Cost

Before you make a decision to get a dental implant, we encourage you to sit down with one of our doctors to determine exactly how extensive your treatment will be. The cost may be changed by any of the following things:

  • If the tooth must be extracted or removed, or if it is already missing
  • How many office visits and exams are required
  • If bone grafting is required because the jawbone is too soft to hold the implant

Every individual patient will have unique needs, and it’s almost impossible to give a direct cost up front without a consultation first. Fortunately, we are happy to schedule a consultation with you to show you your options to a healthier, more natural looking smile.

One of the biggest benefits of dental implants is their longevity. When placed correctly, implants only require minor maintenance over the course of your life. They shouldn’t need to be replaced, except in extreme situations. Implants can be treated just like normal teeth. You can eat, drink, speak and clean them exactly as you would if your natural tooth was still in place.

A More Confident You

Don’t let missing teeth ruin your confidence when you have treatment options from qualified professionals. Contact us today to schedule an appointment to learn more about what we can offer you in terms of a healthier mouth.



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