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In New Jersey, dental implants can range from about $3,000 to $6,000 per implant. Your total cost may reflect the quality of the materials being used, expertise of your surgeon, as well as other factors. For this reason, it is important that you not choose your implant provider based on who offers the procedure at a lower cost. The safety of your procedure and quality of your results should be the top priorities for achieving long-term dental implant success.
While the cost of dental implants may fluctuate from one dentist to another, it is important to remember that implant dentistry is highly specialized and complex. The procedure requires extreme precision, as placement just a few millimeters off can dramatically affect both the aesthetic and functional results. When choosing an implant dentist, it is best to seek a highly qualified professional who can properly navigate the nerves, vessels, and other sensitive tissues in your mouth. They should be experienced in successfully performing all aspects of the dental implant procedure, from the placement of the implant and abutment, to the final aesthetic tooth restoration or crown.
At Cornerstone Dental, the entire diagnostic plan and treatment process can be done in our office under the care of Dr. John D. Beckwith. With over 30 years of experience, Dr. Beckwith takes great pride in providing the highest level of implant and cosmetic dentistry. He has pursued continued education and received extensive training and recognition in the area of implant dentistry, becoming a Diplomate of the American Board of Oral Implantology, Fellow of the International Congress of Oral Implantology, and Fellow of the American Academy of Implant Dentistry.
To ensure you receive long-lasting results that look natural and provide optimal occlusal function, it is of great importance that you seek an implant dentist who does the following:
Considering all aspects of the procedure and your provider is crucial to having your dental implants done correctly the first time and avoiding future complications and extensive additional costs.
The overall price of your dental implants will depend on a variety of factors, including:
Dental insurance may cover certain expenses involved in your dental implant treatment, but this will vary based on your insurance provider and specific plan. If your dental implant is needed to restore the health and function of your teeth, there is a higher chance of your insurance offering at least partial coverage. If you are seeking dental implants for the cosmetic benefits, you likely will not have the procedure covered. The best way to learn if your dental implant procedure, or any components of the treatment, are covered is to contact your insurance to learn about your benefits.
We offer several dental financing options to make high-quality care available for any patient. Our Financial Coordinator will be happy to speak with you about payment options and financing plans that may be available for your dental implants procedure. In some cases, dental implants may be covered or partially covered under insurance policies. We also accept Lending Club Patient Solutions and CareCredit® to divide your procedure into more manageable monthly payments.
Are you interested in learning more about the cost of dental implants? Contact our practice with any questions you may have, or to schedule a consultation with Dr. Beckwith.
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