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Dental Implants: FAQ

Are Dental Implants painful?

People typically describe their implant experience as less painful than having a tooth pulled. Pain medication is sometimes suggested after treatment but is not needed in most cases. Many people are able to eat solid food on the day of the surgery. You'll be eating, laughing and smiling before you know it and life will resume as if there was no surgery to begin with.

How long do they last?

Prosthetic teeth used for dental implants are more durable and don't degrade like real teeth do. Dental Implants are designed to last you a lifetime. It's a permanent solution to one or more missing teeth.

How much do they cost?

The price of each procedure will change depending on your specific needs and budget. Due to the fact that there are many different treatment options, a free consultation will be necessary in order to accurately determine a price. We will give you a full list  of dental implant prices here. Everything you pay for will be explained to you before treatment. There are many payment options available and we can help make your procedure possible.

What is the success rate of Dental Implants?

We use implants provided by Nobel Biocare, one of the world’s leading implant manufacturers. Nobel biocare holds a success rate of over 95% and all their products are high quality.

Am I a good candidate for Dental Implants?

Your current health condition is the largest determining factor for Dental Implants. If the condition of your health is good enough to have a tooth pulled, then you're probably eligible to have dental implants. It's not recommended for patients with chronic illness to get Dental Implants. Ultimately, an examination of some sort will needed in order to accurately determine whether you're a good candidate. Most patients qualify. People that smoke are also still eligible for dental implants but within certain guidelines. If you have any questions at all feel free to contact us by phone or send us an email using the contact information below.

Can I pay using my insurance?

Most insurance companies will only pay for part of your implant treatment. But for exact details on how insurance companies can help, it's best to contact them directly. We provide a couple flexible options that will help you pay for your dental implants with ease and peace of mind. An advantage to getting dental implants is that it counts as a medical expense and can be applied to your tax returns. We have a short article on insurance claims for Dental Implants here: Dental Implant Insurance

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