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Understanding the Cost of Dental Implants

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Dental implants can provide significant, life-changing benefits for patients. The cost of dental implants depends on a number of factors, including the surgeon’s experience, the types of implants chosen, and possible preparatory procedures. At Ray Dental in Little Rock, AR, pricing starts at $1,500 for placement and $1,300 for a crown. Because the cost can vary dramatically from patient to patient, it is vital to undergo an in-depth consultation and receive an estimate from our team. Dr. Steven Ray understands that budgeting for dental care can be difficult so we provide flexible financing options through CareCredit®. 

Pricing at Ray Dental

At Ray Dental, we offer implant placement for $1,500 to $2,500. This price includes the implant, healing abutment, and cap placement. Abutments range from $600 to $1,000 and implant-supported crowns start at $1,300. However, there are a variety of factors that can impact the overall cost of your dental implants treatment.

Preparatory Procedures

Some patients will require additional procedures in preparation for dental implants. For instance, if there is insufficient bone present to accommodate an implant, you may need a bone graft. Additionally, you may require periodontal treatment before pursuing any restorative work. These prerequisite procedures can incur a higher cost. However, they are necessary in certain cases to make your implant treatment outcome more predictable and successful.

Types of Implants

There are several types of dental implants available today, such as traditional, mini, and All-on-4® implants, each with varying costs. While conventional, full-size implants are sufficient for most cases, some patients may require another option based on their individual needs. Dr. Ray will help determine which type of implant will be the most beneficial for your situation.

Number of Implants

Your treatment cost will largely depend on the number of implants you require. Some patients only need to replace a single tooth, while others may need to replace an entire arch. A single tooth replacement will require one implant and one dental crown. Dental bridges or implant-supported dentures may require two to eight implants, depending on the situation. Dr. Ray takes a conservative approach and will design an efficient treatment plan with your needs and budget in mind.

Selecting a trusted and highly trained provider, such as Dr. Ray, can reduce your risk of complications which might require more extensive dental work in the future

Sedation Options

Many of our patients choose to receive sedation so they can remain relaxed throughout the procedure. Although these medications will slightly raise the cost of treatment, most patients find it is well worth the peace of mind.

Doctor’s Experience

When undergoing any type of surgery, it is important to choose a highly trained doctor you can trust. Less experienced practitioners often charge less for implants treatment. It is vital to consider, though, that selecting a trusted provider, such as Dr. Ray, can reduce your risk of complications which might require more extensive dental work in the future.

Invest in Your Oral Health

Dental implants are an investment in your oral and overall health. While the upfront cost is typically higher than alternative teeth replacement options, they are a superior and long-lasting solution. If you are considering dental implants, it is important to understand the factors that will shape the cost of your treatment. To schedule an appointment and receive your estimate, call our office at (501) 312-1127 or contact us online

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Little Rock, AR 72212

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