Factors Affecting the Cost of Dental Implants

Because dental implants are a highly customized treatment, no two procedures cost the same. In general, the cost depends on the extent of treatment, including any preparatory surgery, the restorations (crowns, dentures, and bridges) used, and other factors. Dr. Kurt W. Kline will fully explain the cost of dental implants during a consultation at his Plattsburgh, NY, practice. Dental implants are one of the most advanced restorative options available. Dr. Kline is a leader in his field using advanced technology to make dental implants a life-changing investment for each and every patient. He can customize your procedure according to your needs, preferences, and budget. Contact us today to learn more about the cost of dental implants, or to schedule a consultation with Dr. Kline.

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Cost Factors

dental consultationThe primary factors influencing the cost of dental implant therapy include:

  • The equipment to determine your candidacy, plan your procedure, perform surgery, and help you heal. Dr. Kline uses the advanced iCAT®FLX scanner to generate, three dimensional images of your teeth and jaws, SimPlant® computer-guided surgery software, surgical guides to perform your procedure, aseptic technique, tissue engineering and L-PRF to expedite recovery. These innovative solutions involved a greater cost than traditional methods, but can make a tremendous difference in the success of treatment.

  • Preparatory procedures. To ready the mouth to accept a new dental prosthetic or implant reconstruction, bone regeneration procedure and soft tissue grafting in compromised areas which will increase the total cost.

  • The type of dental implants usedand the number of implants you require. Dr. Kline offers root form, plate form, and temporary mini  implants, as well as subperiosteal options. The more implants you require, the greater the cost.

  • Anesthesia. Dr. Kline always uses local anesthesia to numb the treatment site, but we can also offer sedation to keep you calm during your procedure.

  • Biologics. We use a wide variety of membranes in addition to Bioactive modifiers which increase the cost.

  • Restorations. You will need an implant abutment per implant, crown, bridge, or denture to restore your implants. The number of restorations you require and materials from which they are made will affect the price of your treatment.

  • Your choice of implantologist. In general, a more experienced doctor will cost more than a less experienced doctor. However, by choosing a doctor with extensive education and a reputation for excellence, you have a greater chance of achieving the maximum benefits of treatment and avoiding the need for a costly revision procedure. Your dental implants can last the rest of your life with proper planning and placement. Working with a qualified, experienced implantologist like Dr. Kline may cost more than service at a less advanced practice, but the returns on your investment will likely be much greater.

Financing Options

Dr. Kline and his team want to make dental implant treatment accessible to as many patients as possible. To make your procedure more affordable, he offers several financing options. With , and   Health Card, qualified patients can spread the cost of dental implants out over time. We also accept these major credit cards:

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Dental implants placed and restored by a leading implantologist like Dr. Kline can be one of the greatest investments you ever make. To learn more about dental implant pricing, contact Dr. Kline's practice today.

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