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Implant-Supported Dentures: Price and Payment Information

Stephen Malki Jul 27, 2017

An implant-supported dental crownMissing teeth can make life difficult. Eating, smiling, speaking, and other aspects of life are negatively impacted by major tooth loss. Thankfully the team at our River Edge dental center provides multiple options to restore smiles and improve the lives of people who are missing multiple teeth.

Full dentures are a great option for major tooth loss, yet the effectiveness of dentures can be enhanced thanks to the use of dental implants. Let's consider the basics of implant-supported dentures and then look at the cost of treatment.

About Implant-Supported Dentures

Implant-supported dentures refer to sets of full dentures that are anchored into place with dental implants. In some cases, only four dental implants are necessary to properly secure a full denture in place.

With implant-supported dentures, patients will be able to bite, chew smile, and speak just as they would with their natural teeth. There is far less worry about the dentures slipping out of place and falling out thanks to the increased stability afforded by the dental implants.

The Average Cost of Implant-Supported Dentures

The average cost for a set of implant-supported dentures can vary a bit depending on a number of factors. Since there's oral surgery involved in addition to the crafting of a full set of the dentures, the costs can be potentially high. On the low-end, implant-supported dentures may cost as little as $10,000, though it's also possible for the cost of implant-supported dentures to be far higher, in the tens of thousands of dollars; in some cases up to $90,000.

Since the cost can vary quite a bit, it's important that patients speak with their dentist about the cost of care during a consultation. During this visit, patients will be able to receive a price quote for their treatment as well as full breakdown of the costs involved with care.

Factors That Affect the Cost of Implant-Supported Dentures

Some factors that may affect the cost of getting implant-supported dentures may include the following:

  • The location of the dental practice
  • The expertise of the oral surgeons
  • The complexity of the patient's case
  • The need for tooth extraction prior to treatment
  • The need for bone grafting or gum augmentation surgery
  • The number of dental implants required for treatment
  • Special promotions unique to individual practices

Will Insurance Cover My Implant-Supported Dentures?

Insurance coverage for dental treatments can vary from provider to provider. Some may deem dental implants as elective rather than a medical necessity. To find out about potential insurance coverage for your implant-supported dentures, it's important that you contact your insurance provider directly about these matters. They will be able to provide a definitive answer to questions you may have.

Financing Options for Implant-Supported Dentures

Since the price of dental implant treatment can be quite substantial, there are dental financing options available to help address the total cost of care. These financing options operate much like traditional loans or a credit card. Patients will make monthly payments to the trusted lender, with an interest rate applied to the total cost of care.

Many patients find these monthly payment plans helpful for getting the treatment they need to smile with total confidence.

Learn More About Implant-Supported Dentures

For more information about the cost of implant-supported dentures and how we can help you have the healthy and beautiful smile, be sure to contact our family dental care center today. Our team will work with you to ensure you smile with renewed confidence.

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