Dental Implant Costs
Dental implants are widely regarded as the most reliable and longest-lasting teeth replacement option available.
One of the first questions patients ask is, "How much will my dental implants cost?"
At Premiere Dental & Implant Center in Orland Park, IL, we offer transparent estimates and solutions for virtually any budget.
Our Pricing vs. Other Offices
The average cost of implant treatment in America is between $3,000 and $4,500 for a titanium implant, abutment, and dental crown–the necessary components to replace a single missing tooth.
At our Orland Park dental office, this dentistry treatment typically starts at $2,500 for an implant screw, abutment piece, and crown, putting our starting costs lower than the national average. The overall cost of your treatment will vary based on unique dental factors affecting your smile, so we encourage patients to see us for a comprehensive consultation to get a custom quote.
Dental Implant Results The Anatomy of an Implant-Supported Crown
Here you can see the dental implant in the patient's tooth gap. The post is anchored into the jawbone for optimal stability.
The custom dental crown is attached to the implant with an abutment. The look and feel is comparable to natural teeth.
Does Dental Insurance Cover Implants?
In short, the answer is no. The implants themselves aren't typically covered by most dental insurance plans. Preparatory procedures to restore your oral health and restorations such as crowns, bridges, and dentures may be covered. However, the extent of coverage depends on your particular plan. The financial experts at our Orland Park office can file all necessary paperwork on your behalf to determine your dental implant benefits. They can also discuss supplemental financing options such as CareCredit® to help you cover any out-of-pocket costs.
In-Office Payment Plans
We can break up payments into visits or explore in-house payment plans to suit your needs. Ask one of our financial coordinators for details during your initial consultation.
In addition to in-house payment plans, we also proudly accept CareCredit. This third-party financing option allows patients to pay off treatment in monthly installments.
Dental Implants vs. Alternative Restorative Options
Feel Like Natural Teeth
A dental implant is the closest thing to a natural tooth. Once restored, implants can be brushed and flossed normally. You can also eat all of your favorite foods with ease.
Offer Long-Lasting Results
Dentures last about seven to 10 years on average. Bridges usually need to be replaced every 10 to 20 years. Conversely, dental implants can last a lifetime with proper care.
Preserve Oral Health
Implants are the only restorative option that replaces missing teeth roots. As a result, nerves in the jaw are stimulated so that existing bone is preserved for optimal oral health.
Offer Maximum Comfort
While dentures rely on the gums and jawbone for support, implants are placed into the jaw for maximum stability for your tooth. The implants and abutments hold restorations securely in place. As a result, there is no shifting or looseness, a common complaint among denture wearers.
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