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Cost of Dental Implants

Dental implants can vary in cost, influenced by several factors. These include the specific type of implant, the number of implants you might need, the kind of restoration (be it a crown or denture), and the expertise of your dental team. Additionally, the overall health of your mouth and jaw before the procedure might necessitate preparatory treatments, such as bone grafting, which can also affect the cost.

What Influences Dental Implant Costs?
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What Influences
Dental Implant Costs?

  • Specific location of the implant(s)
  • Total number of implants you need
  • Actual implant's cost
  • Choice between a single implant or a full-mouth restoration
  • Potential need and type of bone grafting
  • Kind of restoration (crown or overdenture)
  • Health and state of your mouth and gums
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The Value of Dental Implants

While dental implants might have a higher initial cost, their long-term benefits are significant. They offer durability, longevity, and a natural appearance. Dental implants not only provide a confident smile but also play a crucial role in maintaining jaw health, preventing the bone loss that can occur with other tooth replacement methods.

If you're in Washington, DC, and considering dental implants, we're here to guide you. Reach out to Dental Professional Associates to understand the costs and benefits, and let's embark on your journey to a brighter smile together.

Value of Dental Implants
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