If you are curious about the cost of dental implants, you’re not alone. That’s frequently one of the main questions patients have when we discuss treatment options. Truth is, everyone’s situation is different—so the cost of dental implants does vary.
Not that long ago, if you lost a tooth, your dentist would recommend grinding down the two neighboring teeth and using them as anchors for a bridge.
Nowadays, dentists offer an option that involves less damage to the adjacent teeth: a single-tooth implant.
Dental implants are similar to traditional crowns, in which top of a damaged tooth is capped. When the natural tooth has been lost, a dental implant which is an artificial tooth root typically made out of titanium is anchored in the bone where teeth are missing to anchor the crown.
Tooth implants are typically more expensive than more traditional option of a bridge.
Factors That Affect the Cost
The best way to get a precise idea of what your dental implants will cost is to come in for a thorough examination and treatment discussion. If you live in Cottonwood, AZ and are interested the cost of dental implants, give us a call. Dr. Roy Daniels, uses 3D technology to evaluate your suitability for dental implants and believes in having a frank discussion of your dental treatment options including risks, benefits and alternatives so that you can choose long lasting problem free dentistry solutions that fit your lifestyle the best.