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Cost of Dental Implants – Financial District, Boston

Understanding How to Invest in Your Smile

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Dental implants are one of the most popular ways to replace missing teeth – and there are many good reasons for that. As you consider implant treatment to restore your smile, our team at the office of Dr. Jack Share wants you have to have all the relevant information you need to make your decision. Find out more details about the cost of dental implants in the Financial District of Boston below.  

Types of Dental Implants

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Dental implants are a very versatile restorative treatment that can help replace anything from a single missing tooth to an entire row of teeth! For that reason, the final cost of your implant treatment will depend in large part on the number of implants needed to restore your smile.

Common dental implant treatments include:

  • Single tooth replacement – A single implant and crown fills the gap left by one missing tooth.
  • Implant-retained bridge – Replaces up to three consecutive missing teeth with several implants.
  • Implant-retained denture – 4 to 6 strategically-placed implants used to restore an entire upper or lower arch of teeth.

Generally speaking, implant treatments that utilize multiple implants – such as implant-retained dentures – cost more than replacing a single missing tooth.

What Are the Stages of Dental Implant Treatment?

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Dental implant treatment is typically completed over the course of several months and involves several trips to our conveniently-located office in the Financial District. Each step of the process incurs a unique cost but is a vital part of successfully replacing your missing teeth.

Here is a breakdown of a typical implant treatment:

  • Step 1: Initial consultation with Dr. Share
  • Step 2: Placement of dental implant(s) by a trusted oral surgeon
  • Step 3: Healing period of several months
  • Step 4: Share attaches your new tooth, bridge or denture on top of your dental implant(s)

Depending on their oral health, some patients must complete additional treatment before getting dental implants. For example, patients with gum disease must undergo periodontal therapy prior to implant treatment, while patients with a weak jawbone may need a bone graft. These treatments, which help ensure successful dental implantation, can add to the overall cost of implants.

Are Dental Implants Worth the Investment?

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What is having an attractive, confident smile worth to you? While dental implants may have a higher upfront cost compared to other tooth replacement options, investing in your smile through implant treatment is the savvy long-term decision. Dental implants in the Financial District of Boston can last for decades with minimal care, while other dental prosthetics must be replaced roughly every 10 years. Not only do dental implants last longer, but they also provide superior dental function and have an very natural appearance.  

Does My Dental Insurance Cover Dental Implants?

While every plan is different, most dental insurance plans do not cover dental implants. However, you may be able to take advantage of your insurance benefits for related procedures or visits, such as gum disease therapy, bone grafting, or the initial dental implant consultation with Dr. Share.

Our office is in-network with two of the biggest dental insurance providers in the country, Delta Dental and Blue Cross Blue Shield. To find out how you can maximize your dental insurance benefits for procedures related to implant treatment, give our team a call! Our friendly and knowledgeable staff is happy to help any patient navigate the particulars of their dental insurance coverage.

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