When you’ve had missing, decayed or broken teeth for a long time, you forget just how good eating, speaking, and smiling without difficulty, discomfort, or hesitation feels. With dental implants, you don’t have to settle for such a poor quality of life anymore. They are the durable and natural-looking replacement option for missing teeth. Dental implants can restore, strengthen, and beautify your smile for a lifetime.
Like many people, you may find them life-changing. Considering their value, translating the cost of dental implants into a dollar amount can be difficult. However, we understand that you may want to gauge the price of your dental implant placement. There are multiple factors that go into determining this, the most common of which are listed here. The best way to get a clear idea of the cost of dental implants is by coming to our Wantagh, NY office for a custom consultation with one of our doctors. Schedule yours now!
In order to restore the aesthetics and function of your mouth, we may need to place anything from a single dental implant to one or two full arches of implants. Naturally, the price of one implant will be proportionately less than that of multiple implants. Regardless of the number you need, you’ll be amazed at what dental implants can do for your smile and your self-confidence!
Dental implants replace not only missing teeth but also severely decayed or damaged teeth that can’t be saved. Though we always strive to preserve your teeth, in some cases we may need to perform tooth extractions to improve your dental health. By removing these unhealthy teeth, we make space that allows us to place dental implants—a considerable upgrade.
To get those life-changing dental implants you must have adequate jawbone mass to support them. When a decayed tooth is kept in too long, or a missing tooth goes unreplaced, your jawbone can begin to deteriorate. To restore your jawbone with sufficient mass to receive implants, we will need to perform bone grafting. Done right here in our Wantagh, NY office, this procedure involves replacing your lost bone with another portion of bone that will eventually become a natural part of your jaw.
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