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Are Dental Implants Affordable
Green Bay, WI


Image of a dental professional pointing to a dental implant model, at Bay Lakes Center for Complex Dentistry in Green Bay, WI. There are several reasons one can choose to get dental implants. The most obvious would be to replace missing teeth. However, it can also be a solution for patients who need dentures or bridges but whose teeth aren't strong enough to provide the required support.

Dental implants can cost anywhere from $3,000 to $4,500 per tooth. Someone looking at a full set of teeth can expect to pay $60,000 to $90,000. Several elements go into this final price:
•  Comprehensive dental exam and 3D imaging
•  Extraction of problematic teeth or remaining tooth root
•  Installation of dental implants (surgical procedure)
•  Placement of abutment hardware
•  Fabrication of a dental crown
•  Placement of a dental crown
•  Several dental appointments throughout the treatment

There is no standard price since no two procedures are the same. Dentists have to make unique treatment plans for each individual patient. Some patients may require bone grafting or a sinus lift for the implant's support.

Someone who lost their teeth from experiencing a traumatic event may have pieces of teeth that require extraction before treatment can begin. To learn the exact price you would expect to pay, schedule an appointment at Bay Lakes Center for Complex Dentistry. Here Dr. Lasnoski and Dr. Hallas can evaluate your condition, assess whether dental implants are a viable solution for you, and give you a complete treatment quote.

Types of Dental Implants


There are several types of dental implants depending on how they interact with your bones and when they are used. Here are the main types of dental implants:
•  Endosteal Implants: Scew-shaped implants inserted into the jawbone
•  Subperiosteal Implants: Implants that sit on top of the jawbone inside the gum with posts for a dental crown
•  Zygomatic Implants: Dental implants that are secured in the cheekbone instead of the jawbone
•  Mini Dental Implants: 3mm thin implants placed into the jawbone from over the gum surface instead of under it

The price of your dental implants depends on the type of implants you get. Endosteal Implants take much longer than mini dental implants, for example, and may be more expensive. The exact price will be determined after a consultation.

Dental Implant FAQs


Are Dental Implants Painful?


Dental implant surgery is performed under anesthetic and is completely pain-free. There may be some discomfort once the anesthesia has worn off. You will be given clear post-operative care instructions and care, including pain medication, as needed.

Why Get Dental Implants?


There are several reasons you could need dental implants, such as:
•  Having one or more missing teeth
•  Unable to wear dentures
•  Require more support for dentures or dental bridge
•  Need an All-on-4 procedure

Who is Suitable for Getting Dental Implants?


You may be suitable to get dental implants if you:
•  Don’t smoke or consume chewable nicotine products
•  Don't mind several procedures for the treatment
•  Have a fully developed jawbone
•  Have healthy oral tissues
•  Want to preserve your jawbone in the long run
•  Don't have conditions that affect bone healing
•  Have appropriate bones to secure the implant or don't mind bone grafting

Why Are Dental Implants Expensive?


Dental implants are the most complicated dental procedure you can get. They are expensive because of the price of the implants and the crown, the surgical procedure to secure them, the dental visits for the treatment, and the dentist's efforts. Implants are built to last a lifetime, and the costs reflect that.

Are Implants Covered Under Dental Insurance?


Some insurance companies deem dental implants a purely cosmetic procedure and do not cover costs. However, we understand that missing teeth is an impairment to everyday life and affects your physical and mental well-being. Our staff will work directly with your insurance company to attain the maximum coverage possible.

How Long Do Dental Implants Last?


Dental implants do not get affected by oral diseases like other teeth. They can last longer than any other oral solution. On average dental implants last anywhere up to 30 years. However, gum health greatly affects how long your implants last.

What is All-on-4®?


The All-on-4® Treatment Concept is a treatment replacing both dental arcs with only four implants. It's an alternative to dentures.

Can I Get Dental Implants without Much Bone?


If you don't have adequate bone tissue to secure dental implants, we can improve the situation in many ways. Depending on your case, we can provide alternative treatment, perform bone grafting, or even stem cell treatment.

What Are the Success Rates of Dental implants?


Studies have reported a 90% to 95% success rate for dental implant restoration. There are very few instances that the procedure doesn't work out.

What Are the Benefits of Dental implants?


Dental implants have many benefits, including:
•  Improved appearance
•  Support for adjacent teeth
•  Support for bridge or dentures
•  Long lasting
•  Allow you to eat what you want
•  Stimulate the jawbone to prevent bone loss

How Long Do Dental Implants Take to Heal?


Since the procedure involves healing of the jawbone, full recovery takes six to 12 weeks. However, you can eat regularly as soon as the first week or even sooner if your gums heal faster.

What Not to Do After Dental Implants?


You should avoid the following things after getting dental implant surgery until your gums have adequately healed:
•  Smoking: Smoking slows down the healing process and causes gum disease or possible infection
•  Drinking through a straw: Puts pressure on the mouth and may dislodge clot at the gum incision site
•  Apply heat to the face: Heat increases swelling and may even cause bleeding

To learn if dental implants or dental implant restoration is a viable treatment option for you, schedule an appointment at Bay Lakes Center for Complex Dentistry by calling (920) 278-7678. We can ensure you get the best care and will work with your insurance company to bring you the best pricing. Dental implants will help you smile and eat your food with joy again, and we can facilitate that.


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