Dental Implants Cost
If you want to replace missing teeth, it is important to invest in a highly functional and long-lasting solution like dental implants.
While implants can cost patients in the Charleston, SC, area about $3,000 to $4,500, they provide superior stability and long-term value.
Learn more about the factors influencing cost, and schedule a consultation with Dr. Matt Dillard to get your personalized estimate today.
Customized Implant Dentistry
Breaking Down Your Treatment Costs
Number of Implants
The main factor affecting the cost of treatment is the number of implants needed to restore your smile. A single tooth replacement will require one implant, while a full mouth restoration may involve six to eight implants per arch. In general, implants are priced individually, so the more teeth you are missing, the higher your total cost.
Dental implant treatment is custom-tailored to your unique needs. The equipment, lab work, and sedation you require may add to your overall costs. While Dr. Dillard will try to keep additional fees to a minimum, we must take the necessary steps and precautions to ensure your safety and the best possible results.
Implant-supported restorations range in price depending on the complexity and number of prosthetic teeth. A simple implant-supported crown will be less expensive than a more intricate bridge or denture. The materials you select for your prosthetic can also affect the total price.
Dental Implant Financing Options
Our Charleston, SC, practice accepts flexible financing through CareCredit® to help you manage your dental implant costs. CareCredit is a third-party financing company that offers little- to no-interest plans on dental procedures. Financing is a great way to reduce your initial out-of-pocket expenses and pay for treatment in affordable monthly installments. If you are interested in learning more about payment plans, send us a message online, and we will gladly answer your questions.
Does Dental Insurance Cover Treatment?
While more and more dental insurances are paying for parts of dental implant treatment, do not expect the entire procedure to be covered. Most plans do not include coverage for the surgery, implant posts, and abutments. However, your insurance may help pay for your implant-supported restoration, just like it would a traditional crown, bridge, or denture. We can look into your plan during your consultation and find out what benefits you are entitled to.
Consider Dental Implants as an Investment
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