If you’re dealing with tooth loss and you’ve spoken to Dr. Branco or Dr. Kim about the many advantages of dental implants, then you may only have one more question: What’s the cost of dental implants in Reno? That depends on several factors such as where you need implants, the type of dental implant required and whether or not a preparatory procedure prior to implant placement is required. Read on to learn more about the reasons behind the cost of dental implants. We’re sure that you will then want to call Sage Dental Care to schedule a consultation.
When you think about the total cost of dental implants, there are several factors to consider. First, there is the cost of the implant itself and the number needed to secure new teeth in your mouth.
Next, the cost of implant surgery must be calculated, too. Fortunately, your dentist in Reno is able to perform the entire procedure including implant surgery and restoration right here in our office. You won’t need to be referred to an oral surgeon, which could increase your cost.
Lastly, there is the price tag on a new tooth restoration. Depending on how many teeth must be replaced, you’ll either need a dental crown for a single tooth, a fixed bridge for several or a full denture to replace an entire arch. Naturally, these range in price and will affect the total expense.
At Sage Dental Care, we work with most traditional insurance plans. Dental insurance, however, does not usually cover the cost of dental implants, but yours could provide partial coverage for preparatory procedures such as tooth extractions or bone graft surgery, as well as the final tooth restoration. In addition, we’ll be glad to help you apply for financing through CareCredit, a third-party healthcare financier.
Why is the cost of dental implants a worthwhile investment? There are several reasons including:
To learn more about dental implants, or to receive an estimate of the cost for your lifelike teeth replacements, schedule a consultation today.