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How Much Do Dental Implants Cost?
Dental implants are the most reliable and preferred method of replacing decayed, missing, or lost teeth since they promote natural jaw and mouth functioning and help maintain jawbone integrity. Many people want to know how much dental implants cost. The cost of dental implants varies depending on the degree of tooth damage, decay, and the number of teeth to be replaced.

Here at Detailed Dental Care, our dental implant costs are affordable, with payment options spread through weekly or monthly payments. The dental implant cost will depend on the treatment type you will need since there are different degrees of dental implant procedures. During the dental implant consultation, our experienced dentists will discuss your requirements and provide you with a clear breakdown of the cost before embarking on the treatment procedure. We will also provide you with a treatment plan to let you know what you will be paying for and why.

Dental Implants

Dental implants refer to surgically implanted posts into the jaw to help restore an individual's ability to chew, and restore their lost smile. Dental implants support artificial teeth like dentures, bridges, and crowns.
Our surgeon will place a dental implant on the jaw during surgery. When the implant heals, our surgeon will place a dental crown on top. Depending on your oral health objectives, our professionals will decide whether to restore your implant using dentures, bridges, or crowns.

Individuals with one or more missing teeth can greatly benefit from dental implants. Any person suffering from tooth decay, facial injury, bruxism, tooth root fracture, or congenitally missing teeth, can be a candidate for a dental implant. After undergoing a dental procedure, our surgeon will always provide you with a list of postoperative instructions and recommend antibiotics to help prevent infection.

Dental implants offer many benefits, such as improving chewing ability and speech, enhancing smile appearance, securing removable or permanent dentures or bridges, and replacing teeth without altering the neighboring teeth.

Cosmetic Dentistry

Cosmetic dentistry is a branch of dentistry specializing in the aesthetics and appearance of your teeth. Some common cosmetic dentistry services include braces, veneers, gum contouring, clear aligners, and teeth whitening.

If you are unhappy about your appearance or smile, you should consider undergoing cosmetic dentistry. Cosmetic dentistry is often used to improve an individual's smile, confidence levels, and oral health. Cosmetic dentistry is typically not covered by insurance unless medically necessary.

When you suffer from a health problem such as a cavity, our dentist will recommend a restorative dental procedure. In most cases, these are covered by most dental insurance plans. Our dental experts are always available to talk to you and recommend the best option. Some of the common cosmetic dental procedures include:

Inlays and Onlays

Inlays and onlays are a cosmetic dentistry procedure, also called indirect fillings, made in the dental laboratory. These are mainly used when a tooth contains mild to moderate decay or lacks enough tooth structure to support a dental filling. As long as there is no damage to the tooth cusps, inlays can be placed directly onto the tooth's surface. When a significant tooth portion or cusp is damaged, our dentist will consider using an onlay procedure to help cover the entire tooth surface.

Both inlays and onlays were at one point made of gold but are mainly made in a dental laboratory today from a ceramic or porcelain material. They offer support to help strengthen the teeth, restore their shape, and avoid further deterioration or decay.

Teeth Whitening

A smile is one of the most important things; most everyone would like to have nice, bright, and white smile. With the dentistry field always evolving and different treatment options available, achieving a healthy, beautiful, and aesthetic smile has been made easy for people of all ages through teeth whitening procedures.


Veneers refer to thin, tooth-colored shells that are either cemented or bonded to the front of your teeth. Veneers are made from high-strength porcelain, which makes them suitable for filling spaces between the teeth and helps cover poorly shaped, stained, or crooked teeth. Veneers can also be used in closing spaces or repairing damaged or chipped teeth. When placed side by side, veneers can change your overall smile.


Bonding refers to applying tooth-colored resin material with the help of adhesives and a high-intensity curing light. The procedure is called bonding since the materials are always bonded to the tooth. Bonding is essential for cosmetic purposes as it helps improve the appearance of chipped or discolored teeth.

Are Dental Implants Affordable?

The cost of dental implants always varies depending on one's case. In most cases, a single dental implant will cost $1,000. Other costs you will need to consider are the cost of the abutment, crown, tooth, and root extraction. You also need to take into consideration office visits, post-op care, and pre-op care.

This means a dental implant procedure can be quite costly, especially compared to other tooth restoration procedures. For example, with bridges and dentures, you will have to replace or repair them frequently, approximately every five to 10 years. When you consider the cost of frequent repair and maintenance, it can easily exceed the cost of undergoing a dental implant, which can last a lifetime. Dental implants also prevent the jawbone from deteriorating.

We understand how difficult it is to manage your finances. When you consider dental implants on a long-term basis, then they are more affordable than you think. You must view the cost of dental implants on a long-term basis and not just see them as expensive.

If you have any concerns about how much dental implants cost, feel free to contact Detailed Dental Care, today at (516) 875-6774. We have a team of professional and experienced dentists who will work to help restore your lost smile and improve your quality of life.

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