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What Factors into the Dental Implant Cost?

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An image of a. dental implant model.

There are many variables that determine the cost of dental implants, yet there are many constants as well. The constants are based on the style of dental implants and replacement teeth you choose, while the variables will be based on your oral and overall health. Getting to know the constants and variables that factor into the dental implant cost can help you get a better idea about which style of restoration is right for you. Take a look at what will factor into the cost of your dental implants.


Weighing The Cost Of Parts

It’s important to keep in mind that dental implants will vary by region of the country. Costs may also vary by the number of restorations you receive and the quality of the parts you opt to have. Dr. Lauren Anderson uses a superior implant, AstraTech, an implant with the greatest bone retention over time and unsurpassed clinical research to support success rates in the high nineties.  These implants are also a favorite among medical orthopedic surgeons who use AstraTech implants for joint replacements.

Here’s a breakdown of the types of dental implants and their replacement teeth:

Single Tooth Dental Implants – Consist of a single dental implant and a dental crown

Implants Supported Dentures – Includes four to six dental implants and overdentures

All On 4 – Four dental implants for a row of teeth along with fixed overdentures

Full Arch Dental Implants – Four to six dental implants with premium zirconia bridges permanently affixed


Considering The Cost Of Procedures

Along with parts, you’ll also need to take the cost of procedures into account. These are some of the procedures and appointments you’ll need, along with some you may not:

  • Implant placement (usually done in one visit at the periodontist’s office)
  • Consultations and exams (will take several appointments)
  • Post-implant placement follow-ups (will take several appointments)
  • Tooth extractions (only needed for decaying or otherwise hopeless teeth)
  • Bone grafting (only needed if there has been bone loss in the jaw)
  • Sinus lifts and augmentation (only needed if the sinus crowd space in the mouth)


More On The Dental Implant Cost In Bloomfield Hills, MI

Reserve time to talk with a Dr. Lauren Anderson DDS, MS to learn more about your options for correcting your gum recession in Bloomfield Hills, MI by contacting Anderson Periodontal Wellness by phone at (248) 480-4910.

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