The following factors can affect tooth implant cost:
Number of Missing Teeth
If you have several missing teeth that need to be replaced, your tooth implant cost will be higher. Multiple missing teeth require additional treatment and materials to restore function.
The cost of treatment may fluctuate if you have some degree of bone loss. Dental implants need to be placed in an area of the jaw with sufficient bone. If you have experienced some level of bone degeneration, you may need a bone graft before having a tooth implant placed.
Type of Procedure
You may have several different options when it comes to getting dental implants and the cost of treatment will fluctuate based on type. If Dr. Yazbeck, general dentist recommends implant supported dentures, All-on-4™ implants, or other types of tooth replacement procedures, the cost of treatment will vary.
If you need a sinus lift to ensure optimal placement of dental implants in the upper molar areas of the mouth, the cost of treatment will increase due to the additional procedure.
Patients with gum disease may need scaling and root planing to eradicate the infection or laser gum surgery to restore gum health. These procedures will be performed before dental implant placement and will be included in your overall treatment plan.
Extractions or Being Edentulous
If you need to have teeth extracted, this may impact your overall implant cost. However, if you are fully edentulous, we may be able to proceed right into implant placement if the bone quality and quantity are acceptable.
We can discuss how these factors may affect your tooth implant cost in Ahuntsic-Cartierville, Montreal during your consultation. For more information about the cost of dental implants, schedule your consultation with Dr. Yazbeck, general dentist