Many tooth replacement options are available for those missing one or more teeth. The cost of dental implants is more than that of more traditional solutions, such as dentures, so what makes them worth their higher price tag? In the simplest terms, dental implants permanently replace missing teeth. Unlike every other option, dental implants are the only replacement for missing teeth that last for years and do so while providing long-term health and functional advantages. The cost of dental implants in Venice, FL, is not simply an up-front fee for a tooth replacement that will need multiple adjustments or replacing over the years. It is the first step toward a permanent investment in your oral health, tooth function, smile aesthetics, and overall quality of life.
We have comparable pricing and many payment and financing options set in place at our office, and our team has years of experience creating treatment plans that provide the best outcomes at the most affordable price. As with all our services, your specific situation ultimately determines the cost of dental implants.
The cost of dental implants is always determined on a case-by-case basis and is based on the results of diagnostics, including cat scans and x-rays, and a comprehensive evaluation by Dr. Steven Feldman. If you choose to move forward with treatment from Dr. Feldman, your individualized treatment plan is built upon these evidence-based results and the expertise of a periodontist with over 40 years of experience. The cost of dental implants is primarily determined by the following factors:
Affordability is one of our top priorities and one of the reasons the cost of dental implants in Venice, FL, fit within the budgets of our patients. All our new patient appointments are paid in the form of a $100 donation to a local charity, which saves you over $400 before you ever commit to treatment! No matter the condition of your oral health, our diagnostically driven care ensures that the treatment plan we create includes only the procedures required to restore full health and function.
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