Dental implants are a big investment. Like any other important decision, you’ll want to do careful research to make certain you get the best quality results for the best price. Beyond the price of a dentist’s time, which will be higher with demand, experience, and skill, there are many other factors that determine the price of dental implants.
Placing an implant is a surgical procedure. Make sure you are putting your trust in an experienced practitioner with a successful track record. This may cost more up front, as less experienced or trustworthy dentists will often charge “bargain” prices. In the long run, this can result in substandard work and complications that will require future painful and pricey operations to fix.
Dental implants have been on the market for several decades. Over the years, many different brands have been created. As with any product, some brands are of a higher quality than others. Companies with a proven success rate for their products, using sophisticated materials that have lasted for years without damage or issue, will cost more than others. Using these implants helps to insure you will not suffer breakage or loss.
It is also important to remember that an implant alone will not completely restore a missing tooth. Once the implant is placed, an abutment and crown must also be fabricated and attached. When a price is quoted to you, verify that it covers all parts of the restoration. An implant alone can range between $1,500 and $3,000. Abutments often run between $400-$800, and the crown will usually be between $800 and $2,000.
Dr. Naysan has placed hundreds of implants for patients in Beverly Hills and throughout the Los Angeles area. He provides natural-looking, fully functional restorations to patients of every stripe. Each patient is treated like a celebrity, given expert time and detailed attention to ensure their new and improved smile will look fantastic for years to come. His patients enjoy a lifetime with their improved, healthier smiles, paid for at a reasonable price.
Call today for a complimentary consultation. You can learn more about the procedure and its cost during your visit.