It can be a difficult and complex process to affirm the total cost of dental implants in Orlando, Florida. Each case is considerably different and requires many professional health aspects. The number of different doctors involved, your insurance coverage, and the extent of work are three main factors when considering an estimation of costs. Although we do our absolute best, Dr. Michael H. Connor and our team cannot discuss every possible change or contingency for treatment outcomes.

When compared to the cost of other treatments, the longevity of this procedure is the most monetarily valuable to our patients. This is something not always afforded by other traditional methods. Dental implants also preserve jaw bone health in a way not possible with bridges or crowns. Because implants are made with titanium, which integrates with the jaw bone, they strengthen and stimulating bone growth. Your quality of life is also a considerable aspect of dental implants, as you are able to eat more of your favorite foods and experience less of a hassle than with removable options.

The cost of implants is accumulative, as each of the following steps must be accounted for: exams/office visits, tooth/root extraction, bone grafting, placement of the titanium root (the “dental implant”), placement of the crown, X-rays, and pre/post-operative care. Before proceeding with any implant procedures, our periodontist recommends that you first verify what portion, if any, your insurance carrier will cover. If needed, there are health care credit companies offering no- or low-interest loans for medical procedures, including dental implants. A consultation at Orlando Periodontics & Implants is the best way to get an accurate estimate of the cost of dental implants; just call us at 407-277-3300 to schedule your visit.