How Can Implants Cost Only $825?
The complete replacement of a missing tooth requires 3 services:
- The implant.
- An abutment (post) to attach a crown to the implant.
- A natural looking crown to fit on the abutment (post).
Frequently, there are 2 dentists involved; one dentist places the implant and another dentist makes the abutment (post) and the final crown. Paying separately for the services of 2 dentists is costly. Because we render all 3 of the services in the same office, we can offer implants to our patients at significantly reduced fees. After an appropriate healing period of no less than two months, an abutment (post) will be placed (additional $475) and, finally, a natural looking crown will be placed (additional $1000). Payment is not due for each component until it is completed, generally, several months after the implant is placed. When finally completed, the total cost for your complete case is a low $2300.
Is it Painful?
Implants are generally completed in one office visit. Most patients report no discomfort
during the procedure or afterward.
Dr. Bob Dubman, D.D.S.
on Dental Implants.
“My goal is to have you be relaxed and comfortable. With 40 years of experience in placing dental implants, we are very sensitive to the needs of our patients. Be assured that we will listen and not rush your visit.”