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Cost of Dental Implants – Canton, MI

Why a Lifelong Smile is a Worthy Investment

At Robison Dental Group, we believe dental implants are the absolute best way to replace missing teeth and a worthy investment. The overall cost of dental implant treatment will vary from person to person, depending on each patient’s smile goals and other factors. Want to know more? Keep reading below to learn about the cost of dental implants in Canton. When you are finished, do not hesitate to give us a call to schedule an initial consultation with Dr. J.D. Robison!

Types of Dental Implants

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Dental implants are a versatile tooth replacement solution that can fill a small gap in one’s teeth or restore an entire smile. Indeed, common types of dental implants include:

  • Single tooth replacement implant
  • Implant-retained bridge
  • Implant-retained denture

The type of implant a patient needs to restore their smile will influence the final cost of treatment. For example, a single implant and crown to fill the gap left by a missing tooth typically costs less than an implant-retained denture, which relies on 4-6 implants to remain in place.

What are the Stages of Dental Implant Treatment?

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The first step of dental implant treatment is to schedule an initial consultation with a dentist in Canton. Once the dentist has thoroughly examined your teeth and mouth and discussed your smile goals, dental implantation typically proceeds as follows:

  • Stage 1: Placement of the dental implant(s) by a specialist
  • Stage 2: Healing period of several months
  • Stage 2: Possible addition of an abutment to connect the implant(s) with a crown, bridge or denture
  • Stage 3: Placement of the final restoration

As you can see, the implant process is completed over several months. Each trip to the dentist may incur a unique cost that will vary from case to case.

Furthermore, it is important to note that candidates for dental implants must be in excellent oral health before beginning treatment. Patients with gum disease, a weak jawbone or other oral health issues that could impede successful implantation must partner with their dentist to address these issues first. If gum disease therapy or a bone graft is necessary, this will add to the overall cost of implant treatment. 

Are Dental Implants Worth the Investment?

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The answer to this question is a resounding “yes”! Although alternatives such as dentures and traditional bridges may cost less, nothing can match the maximum stability, natural appearance and restored function that dental implants provide. Dental implants are the ­only treatment that replaces both the tooth root and the visible portion of the tooth.

In addition, with proper care, dental implants can last decades – or even a lifetime! Bridges and dentures, on the other hand, typically must be replaced about every 10 years. So, although their upfront cost may be higher compared to dentures or bridges, over the long-term dental implants can represent the most cost-effective restorative treatment!  

Does My Dental Insurance Cover Dental Implants?

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Many dental insurance plans do not yet provide full coverage for dental implants. However, you may be able to take advantage of your insurance benefits for certain stages of the process – such as the initial consultation with Dr. Robison or if you need gum disease therapy prior to implantation. 

At Robison Dental Group, we believe dental implants in Canton should be an affordable treatment option for everyone. That is why we are proud to offer flexible in-house financing plans and accept payments plans through CareCredit and LendingClub. If you want to explore either of these options or need assistance understanding your dental insurance coverage, do not hesitate to contact our experienced and knowledgeable team!