Cost of Dental Implants – Parker, CO

Making A Lifelong Investment in Your Smile

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When it comes to replacing missing teeth, there are various options that will restore your smile. Depending on your individual needs, goals, and financial capacity, those options may be many or very few. Traditional methods, such as crowns and bridges, dentures, or partials, will most likely take less of a toll on your wallet initially; however, their longevity and upkeep can make them a much less cost-effective option. Dr. Rodney Allen and his team know cost is an important factor when it comes to dental work, but the investment you’ll be making in your dental implants in Parker is one that will last a lifetime with proper care and maintenance. Find out how you can recapture your smile and feel confident about your decision to move forward with dental implants. Call us today.

Types of Dental Implants

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The type of dental implant you will receive depends on the number of missing teeth you are having replaced. It’s important to remember that the more implants you need, the higher the cost.

What Are the Stages of Dental Implant Treatment?

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Each stage of your dental implant treatment will incur its own cost. From the planning to the execution, all aspects of the process will be factored in when your dentist in Parker formulates a proper estimate. To help you get a better idea of each stage, we’ve broken it down for you:

Should you need any pre-implant dental work completed, this will also be factored into the overall cost. These procedures include gum disease therapy, bone graft, or even a sinus lift.

Are Dental Implants Worth the Investment?

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When you consider all the different pieces that are factored into the overall price of your treatment, you may be asking, “Is it really worth it?” While you are the only one who can answer that question, allow us to say, “It is most certainly worth the investment.” The money you spend will go further simply because these restorations are designed to last decades if not a lifetime, but that isn’t the only benefit. Others include:

Does My Dental Insurance Cover Dental Implants?

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Most insurance companies do not cover dental implant placement; however, there are parts of the process that may be covered, such as:

As an in-network provider for Delta Dental, BlueCross BlueShield, Cigna, and Assurant dental insurance, we also offer CareCredit, which is a third-party financier. Through this program, we can offer you low and no-interest financing options when paying for your treatment.

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