Some people think the cost of dental implants is inflated, but you’d be surprised to learn that implants really aren’t that expensive in the long-term. Let me explain why…
Think of Implants as an Investment
Dental implants can last a lifetime, making them less expensive in the long-term compared to treatment options that may need to be replaced several times, like dentures or bridges.
When you also consider the long-term benefits that come from having secure, functional, and attractive teeth, dental implants are an easy choice.
All of our patients have said that the confidence they’ve gained from a great smile has been worth the investment. Imagine never having to hide your smile again. What would that be worth to you?
Dental Implants Can Improve Your Whole Life
In many young and old patients, we’ve seen major positive life changes after getting implants. They looked, felt, and acted younger. They had renewed self-esteem and their self-confidence sky-rocketed.
We’ve never had a patient tell us that they regret getting dental implants.
We Work Hard to Make Implants Affordable to All of Our Patients
If you aren’t able to pay for dental implants out of pocket, we can help! At our office, our Patient Coordinator has experience in arranging funding for even the most extensive and sophisticated treatment.
For some, a long-term payment plan through Care Credit is a good option. Others forego a new car or a family vacation in lieu of a longer lasting benefit.
Finally, in many cases, a treatment program can be broken into several phases, accomplishing the more serious needs first. It is not unusual to design a plan that is delivered and paid for over a period of several years.
High-Quality Materials and a Skilled Dentist Guarantee a Great Outcome
At our office, we use top quality implant materials and tools so that your implants can last a lifetime. This does contribute to a higher cost in the short-term, but it means better, more enduring results for you in the long-term.
There is nothing routine about getting a dental implant. Each patient receives a highly customized treatment plan that takes into consideration their overall health needs, along with the look and functional requirements to achieve a great smile. This requires hours of the dentist’s time to review your case and develop your custom treatment plan.
The placement of your implant, abutment, and crown also requires a highly skilled team so that you get a perfect fit and great looking smile.
Find Out More About How You Can Get a Great Smile
If you want to go back to smiling, eating, and talking like you used to, give us a call at [phone] or email us at [email] to find out more about our payment plans or to book a free consultation.