Cost of Dental Implants | Miami Florida
The cost of dental implants varies depending on a number of factors – including, of course, the number of missing teeth, and the type of replacement teeth held by the implant. The cost of a dental implants ranges from $1,000 and up, so the average cost of the procedure is hard to pinpoint.
Prior to treatment, the doctor will review your restorative plans and fees and the financial coordinator will review various payment options with you. Fortunately, financing is available for people who require advanced treatment such as dental implant placement. At SEDA Dental we offer both interest-free and longer-term third party financing to help manage the cost of replacing missing teeth.
The cost of replacing a single missing tooth with a 3-unit bridge is almost identical to that of replacing it with a dental implant and crown. Yet, dental implants are far superior to dental bridges, which adversely affect your adjacent teeth and need to be replaced, on average, every 7-10 years.
Dental implants are the only option that will never decay and will prevent bone loss where natural teeth have been lost.
An investment in dental implants – available at our Miami Florida-area office – is an investment in your overall health, your appearance and your peace of mind. It ensures a lifetime, permanent replacement for your missing teeth and preserves the integrity of your facial structures and your surrounding teeth.
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Contact Our Miami Florida Implant Dentist
Most adults at one time or another will lose a tooth. Many people, whether due to neglect, trauma, or just old age, will lose many or all of their teeth. Missing teeth can have a significant impact not only on one’s appearance, but also on self confidence and overall health. Dental implants look and feel like your natural teeth.
The first step toward improving your life and restoring your smile through implant dentistry is to schedule a free consultation. Contact our Miami-area dental office today to learn more about dental implants. We’ll develop a treatment plan that will have you smiling again.