One of the things patients find most intimidating about dental implants is the cost. While this procedure is one of the priciest services we offer, the Lovell Dental team is here to help you fit the costs of these implant supported tooth replacement plans into almost any budget. Before we begin your treatment plan, we’ll walk you through the out of pocket costs of each part of the process. If you have questions or want to get started with your implant supported tooth replacement plan, give our team a call today. Conveniently located in Lovell, we’re happy to welcome patients from Cody, Byron, and other nearby communities to visit us for all of their oral health care needs, including advanced implant supported tooth replacement plans.
The largest portion of the cost of implant supported tooth replacement plans is the price of the implant posts themselves. Depending on the size, type of implant post, and material used, a single dental implant can cost anywhere from $500 to $2000 or more. That’s before the costs of placing the implant post and attaching the replacement tooth or teeth.
In addition to the price of each implant post, there are also a variety of other factors that can impact the cost of implant supported tooth replacement. In addition to the surgical placement of one or more dental implant posts, there are a number of other procedures involved in the implant supported tooth replacement process, and each of these can impact the price of your overall treatment plan. Some of those treatments include:
Before we get started, our knowledgeable dentists and team members will review the entire process related to your unique tooth replacement plan. You’ll need to visit us for several treatment appointments over the course of several months. To help you budget for treatment, we ask that you remit payment at the time of each service rather than paying for the entire tooth replacement plan up front. While dental insurance doesn’t typically cover implant posts or their surgical placement, other aspects of the procedure are covered, and our team will do their utmost to maximize dental benefits. Your preparatory treatments like tooth extraction and bone or soft tissue grading typically receive some insurance benefits. Sedation dentistry options may also be partially covered. Your replacement crown, bridge, or dentures typically receive the same coverage as their traditional versions.For those who would like to further break down the costs of their dental care, we’re happy to work with CareCredit. This third party financier offers qualified patients a range of low and no interest payment plan options. You can apply for prequalification online, or you should feel free to talk to our team about CareCredit during your treatment planning appointment.