These factors can affect tooth implant cost:
- Number of teeth missing. With every tooth that needs to be replaced, the addition of materials will increase your cost of treatment.
- Bone loss. If you have some degree of bone loss, you may need to undergo a bone graft before dental implants are placed.
- Type of procedure. Varying types of dental implants are priced differently. We can discuss all of your options during your consultation.
- Sinus lift. Some patients need to undergo a sinus lift before implant placement in the upper molar regions of the mouth.
- Periodontal disease. Untreated gum disease may require laser gum surgery before implants, which will likely increase your total tooth implant cost.
- Extractions required. If you have teeth that need to be extracted, your total cost of treatment will be higher than average.
We are happy to provide more tooth implant cost information and discuss some of the latest tooth replacement procedures during your personalized consultation in Arkansas. Schedule your appointment with Dr. Osborne, Dr. Curry, or Dr. Shelton today!