The following is a list of considerations that can affect your tooth implant cost:
- Number of teeth involved
- If you need multiple teeth replaced, the total cost of your dental implant treatment plan will be higher.
- Bone loss
- If you have lost a significant amount of bone, you may need to undergo a bone grafting procedure before having your implants placed.
- Type of procedure
- The cost of dental implants will fluctuate depending on the type of procedure you are receiving. For example, All-on-4® implants are priced differently than traditional implants.
- Sinus lift
- Your cost will be affected if you need to undergo a procedure like a sinus lift, which may be necessary if you need implants in the upper premolar or molar regions of your mouth.
- Periodontal disease
- If you have gum disease, you will need to have it treated before receiving your implants. Drs. Huamán and Flores may recommend a scaling and root planing procedure or laser gum surgery.
- If you need extractions before implant placement, you will likely incur a greater cost. If you do not have any teeth present and the teeth have been missing for some time, you may need to undergo a bone grafting procedure which can impact the cost of treatment.
Dental implants are a permanent way to replace your missing teeth. To learn more about the tooth implant cost in your treatment plan, schedule your consultation in San Diego, CA with Drs. Huamán and Flores today!