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The Cost of Dental Implants: What You Need to Know

We understand that the cost of dental implants must be considered when making the decision about whether this treatment is right for you. Depending on your overall health and the requirements for tooth replacement, the cost can vary for each individual. Some patients may already have healthy bone structure and only require a single implant, while others may require preliminary procedures or multiple implants for a full arch replacement. At Montgomery County Periodontal Associates, with locations in The Woodlands, TX, and Conroe, TX, Dr. Miles Mason will conduct a thorough examination of your oral health to determine your candidacy, and then give you a more accurate estimate about the cost of the procedure. 

Pie chart illustrating cost of dental implants
There are a number of factors that can affect the cost of dental implants. 

Factors That Contribute to the Overall Cost 

When you come to our practice for a full evaluation, one of the primary things we will be examining is the health of your gums and the strength of your jawbone. The health of these two critical areas of your mouth can greatly affect the total cost of your procedure. If your gums and jawbone are in optimal condition, preliminary procedures are unlikely to be necessary. This will help keep the total cost down, as an additional procedure, such as bone grafting or periodontal treatments, would not have be performed to ensure your candidacy for the procedure. 

While we do offer various treatments that can help improve your condition, implants are widely considered by most dentists as being the number-one solution for tooth loss.

The number of teeth that need to be replaced can also affect your bottom line. While some patients require only a single implant to replace a gap left by a missing tooth, other patients are looking to restore an entire dental arch. Both procedures will require the patient to have healthy gums and sufficient bone tissue to support the implant, but the cost to replace one tooth will be significantly less than the cost to replace a full arch. 

An Investment Into Your Overall Health

One of the greatest investments you can make is into your overall health. We understand how much of an impact missing and severely damaged teeth can have on your overall comfort, confidence, and general well-being. While we do offer various treatments that can help improve your condition, implants are widely considered by most dentists to be the number one solution for tooth loss. With dental implants, you receive a restoration that offers the ultimate durability, strength, and health benefits that may not be offered with other treatments. If you are seeking a solution that can last a lifetime, this investment into your health and happiness may be right for you.

Financing Options

Our goal is to help you achieve a smile that is beautiful, functional, and helps restore your confidence. We understand that every patient has a different budget and that each individual has unique oral health goals. Because we believe that cost should not prohibit our patients from receiving the care they need, we offer financing options such as CareCredit and Lending Club to help offset your out-of-pocket costs. 

Schedule Your Consultation

If you would like to learn more about the cost of dental implants, or you would like to visit our office for a full evaluation, please call our office at (281) 363-2009 to speak to a member of our staff. You can also contact us online to schedule your consultation with Dr. Mason. 

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Dr. Mason and his staff have been fantastic.  Dr. Mason has performed periodontal surgery on me twice and always made himself available for after hours care and questions.  The surgical results turned out well and working with his staff has always been a nice experience. 

-Brandon G.
The Woodlands, TX