WHY GET DENTAL IMPLANTS
The most important reason to replace your missing teeth is because your life isn’t the same without them. Dental implants are the only treatment that permanently solve missing or failing teeth. Life isn’t waiting. Neither should you.
Dental implants have been called the most significant dental innovation of our generation for good reason. The medical-grade titanium from which they’re made actually fuses to living bone, resulting in teeth that feel completely natural. Moreover, implants actually help preserve your jawbone, which can become vulnerable to shrinkage over time once teeth are lost unlike dentures or alternative products. This means you can get back to smiling and being yourself again.
When you lose a tooth, whether from disease or extraction, the lack of stimulation that tooth provides causes the supporting bone in the jaw to dissolve – a process called resorption. The longer the tooth is missing, the more bone loss can occur. One of the most remarkable things about dental implants is that they prevent deterioration.
When you lose a tooth, the bone that used to surround it melts away over time. The longer the tooth is missing, the greater the loss. As bone loses width and height, gum tissue also gradually decreases, causing the distance from the nose to chin to shrink with it and prematurely aging the face.
Not only have dental implants become the best treatment option for missing teeth, but now they are more affordable than ever. Just a few years ago, the cost of a full dental restoration with implants could easily have exceeded $80,000 and involved multiple trips to many different specialists.
At our ‘under 1 roof’ centers, permanent implant procedures are done by a resident team of experts for a fraction of that price. Total costs vary depending on the level of treatment needed by each patient – such as the location of missing teeth and amount of bone loss.
All-inclusive costs for a single implant case in our centers typically range between $1500 – $1900, with one-day procedures to restore full arches averaging $3498 – $18,000 per arch depending on the complexity of your case.