Dental Implant Cost
Dental implants are considered to be the best way to replace missing teeth. Implants can even preserve a healthy jawbone.
Dental implant costs can vary depending on several factors. However, this state-of-the-art procedure can be worth every penny.
What affects dental implant cost and how can the esteemed dentists at Cary Prosthodontics of Cary, NC, make the procedure more affordable?
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Does Dental Insurance Cover Dental Implants? Unfortunately, No.
Most insurance plans will not cover the cost of your actual dental implant surgery, despite it being one of the most successful and advanced procedures in dentistry. However, your insurance may cover the crowns, dentures, or bridges that your dentist will attach to your implants at our Cary, NC, practice. If you have insurance, our friendly, knowledgeable staff will be happy to check with your carrier about coverage.
Factors Affecting the Cost of Dental Implants
Type of Dental Implants
Our dentists offer different kinds of dental implants and implant placement procedures, depending on your individual dental goals and oral health.
Number of Implants
You may need one dental implant to replace a single tooth or multiple implants to replace a few, several, or all your teeth.
A bone grafting may be needed to strengthen your jawbone before dental implants are placed. In other cases, a damaged tooth may need to be extracted to make room for an implant.
Cary Prosthodontics uses the most advanced technology, such as digital x-rays and 3-D scanning, to ensure that your implant placement is done as precisely, comfortably, and effectively as possible. This can add to your dental implant cost.
Dental implant placement is made virtually painless using numbing anesthetic. However, some of our Cary, NC, patients request calming sedation if they are feeling nervous about the surgery.
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