The cost of treatment varies depending on the complexity of the treatment and on the materials required. A consultation with a good implant dentist is often the best way to find out how much treatment would cost. This is determined by the number of implants indicated, the need for additional procedures to regenerate bone, and the type of prosthesis that will be used to restore the implants.
As each individual’s body and jaw is unique, you will need a bespoke treatment plan that takes into account your medical, anatomical, functional and social variances. This is impossible to produce without an in depth examination and discussion.
A good implant dentist will talk you through all of your options (including those that do not involve dental implants), provide their professional recommendations and explain the reasons behind them. Following this process, and further investigations such as x-rays and jaw scans, you will receive a cost estimate that is tailored to your particular circumstances.
In order to assess your suitability for dental implants and to provide you with a treatment estimate, we have to understand your expectations and circumstances. The success and price of treatment is dependent on many variables and as well as discussing the alternative options, we need to decide whether you are a suitable candidate for treatment.