There are several factors that influence the cost of dental implants. We work hard to provide several financing options to ensure you get the care you need.
The following factors can influence tooth implant cost:
Dental implant cost will be higher when more teeth need to be replaced. Dr. Scott Ross and Dr. Bradley Ross will need to use additional materials and spend a greater amount of time treating your mouth when providing tooth replacement services.
Dental implant costs will be higher than average if you have bone loss. A bone grafting procedure may be necessary to provide enough support for your implants.
There are several options when choosing dental implants and certain types may cost more than others. Implant supported dentures and All-on-4® dental implants in Miami, FL are priced differently than traditional implants.
If you need a sinus lift before getting implants, your dental implant cost will be higher than average.
We must treat periodontal disease before we can successfully place dental implants. Scaling and root planing can treat gum disease, but in some cases, laser gum surgery may be a more appropriate option. This will affect the overall dental implant cost.
If you need a tooth extraction before implant placement, the cost of treatment will likely be higher than the average. Depending on the amount of time you have been edentulous, you may first require bone grafting before having implants placed.
A thorough examination will allow us to provide you with the necessary information for tooth replacement with dental implants. For more information about the dental implant cost in Miami, FL and a comprehensive cost breakdown, set up your consultation with Dr. Scott Ross and Dr. Bradley Ross today!
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MCH Medical Center
8720 N Kendall Dr Suite 103
Miami, FL 33176
New Patients: (305) 930-8827
Current Patients: (305) 270-1350