The costs of a dental implant can vary depending on how complex your case is. Our practice only uses quality implants and materials to ensure the best possible result for you!
The dentist will undertake a thorough exam to assess your individual situation. They will also recommend a Cone beam X-ray (CBCT) so that the volume of bone available can be assessed for individual implant sites. Once all appropriate information is gathered by the clinician an accurate quote can be given. Generally if it is determined you will benefit from a bone graft to increase the volume of bone for the implant placement- this would be an additional cost.
The cost of the implant replacement is usually spread over a minimum of a few months which can make it more affordable. Initially there is a cost for the implant surgery which varies depending on if bone grafting is required. Then the implant is left alone for at least a few months so that it can attach or integrate with the bone. Then the 2nd phase of treatment to make the implant tooth or crown can start usually after 2-3 months after the surgery. This phase of treatment can be delayed if you wish to make the treatment more affordable. Once this final phase of treatment starts then the remainder of the treatment cost will be needed.
Please contact us for further information regarding your individual needs and concerns