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Dental Implants — Boston, MA

Permanently Rebuild Your Complete Smile


Diagram of dental implants in Boston A missing tooth is a small thing, but it can cause big problems. Your remaining teeth can eventually shift into the open space, which not only makes them crooked, but can also change how your jaw fits together. This can lead to chronic pain, unconscious teeth-grinding, and it even makes you more vulnerable to gum disease! This isn’t even mentioning the effect it can have on your self-confidence, and the problems are only compounded if you are missing multiple teeth.

Thankfully, you can now replace them using the most complete and reliable solution available today, dental implants in Boston. These unique restorations can permanently rebuild your complete smile using a method that replaces missing teeth both above and below the gumline. Give us a call today to schedule your consultation and discover how dental implants can change your life!

Why Choose Dr. Jack B. Share, DDS For Dental Implants?

  • Partnered with the Best Local Oral Surgeons
  • Can Replace Any Number of Missing Teeth
  • In-Network with Both Delta Dental & Blue Cross Blue Shield

What Are Dental Implants?

Model of dental implants in Boston

Dental implants are a comprehensive approach to tooth restoration that does what no other procedure can: replicate a tooth from root to crown.

Rather than simply giving you a fake tooth that sits on top of your gums, dental implants are held firmly in place using a small titanium post that is surgically placed into your jaw. Over time, it naturally bonds with the surrounding bone tissue to form a solid foundation in your jawbone. Not only does this give it the stability and functionality of a natural tooth, but it also ensures the long-term health of your gums and jaw. The roots of your teeth stimulate circulation in your jawbone, so when a tooth goes missing, that area of the jaw begins to deteriorate. Dental implants are the only tooth replacement solution that can stop this process thanks to their unique placement!

When it comes to replacing your missing teeth, nothing provides the reliability, longevity, and aesthetics like dental implants can. They are the most comprehensive solution today, which is why more and more people are choosing them to complete their smile.

The Dental Implant Process

Man smiles after getting dental implants in Boston

When you come in to see Dr. Share about getting dental implants, he will start by examining your mouth and gums to make sure they will work for you. Candidates typically need to be in decent overall health, and have an adequate amount of healthy jawbone to support the posts. Once he decides to proceed, the process involves 3 basic steps:

  • You will be referred to a local oral surgeon who will place the implant into your jawbone.
  • You will be given 3-6 months to heal, as well as allow the implant to bond to your jaw.
  • On your final visit, Dr. Share will place your new dental prosthetic.

The placement procedure is a very minor surgery, and most people only require local anesthesia for it to be completely painless. The length of the healing period will depend on your particular situation, and is mostly to allow the implant time to meld with your jawbone (which is a natural process called osseointegration). After your prosthetic has been placed, you’ll have very little sensation in the implant itself, but your smile will be fully functional again. They are extremely easy to maintain; all it takes is regular brushing and flossing to keep them looking new for decades.

Who Dental Implants Can Help

young woman admiring her new dental implants in the Financial District of Boston

A dental implant be topped with a variety of dental prosthetics. Implants are extremely versatile and can be used to replace a single tooth, multiple teeth, or an entire arch of missing teeth. For a single tooth, a porcelain crown will be attached to the implant post. Dental porcelain is just as strong and durable as natural enamel and is able to completely mimic a tooth in shape, size, and color. That means the only person who will notice that you have had dental work will be you.

With a bridge, two implant posts will be attached to adjacent crowns to help fill in the gap in your smile. If you are missing an entire arch of teeth, four to six posts can be used to support a set of dentures that fit better, last longer, and provide you the kind of bite force completely unmatched by traditional dentures.

Understanding the Cost of Dental Implants

Hand holding money showing the cost of dental implants in Boston

It’s normal to be concerned about the cost of dental implants in Boston, which means you might look for the cheapest choice; however, you’ll get what you pay for. Instead, it’s better to consider several factors to ensure you’re making the right decision for a long-term investment in your smile. We’ll provide you with a customized estimate during your initial consultation and discuss your payment options. Although every plan is unique, here’s what you can typically expect to pay.

Preliminary Treatments & Dental Implant Surgery

Model showing each part of a dental implant

Your treatment will consist of multiple phases, each with separate costs. You won’t need to pay the entire amount at once, making it easier to afford your new smile. Generally, you can expect to pay for:

  • Preliminary Treatments: Many patients need additional procedures, like periodontal therapy, tooth extractions, or bone grafting.
  • Implant Surgery: Sedation or anesthesia is used during your placement surgery, which can increase the cost.

Your implant dentist in Boston, Dr. Share, works with many reputable oral surgeons, who will have their own fees for treatment.

The Parts of Your Dental Implant

Single unit dental implant for tooth replacement

The foundation of a dental implant is a post, which is commonly made of titanium or zirconia. Besides the number of posts needed, the material used will also influence the cost. When choosing a material, it’s best to consider its longevity to ensure it lasts for as long as possible. Our office uses trusted brands to promote the long-term success of your new smile. We’ll be transparent about the costs, so you know exactly what you’ll need to pay.

Final Dental Implant Restoration

The restoration is a leading factor to the amount you’ll pay, such as if you need a single crown, a bridge, or a denture. Generally, it costs less to replace a single tooth, but if you’re missing several teeth, it’s more cost-effective to use a bridge or denture than treating each one individually. Just as with the post, the material used to make your restoration will affect the price.

Does My Dental Insurance Cover Dental Implants?

Woman at consultation for dental implants

Every dental insurance policy is unique, but most plans won’t cover the entire cost of the treatment. Often, your benefits can be used to offset certain steps in your treatment, like the consultation, X-rays, or restoration. We will work on your behalf with your dental insurance company to file the necessary claim forms to maximize your annual benefits. We will take the time to explain how your coverage is being used and if you owe a remaining balance. We are proud to be in-network with:

  • Delta Dental Premier
  • BlueCross BlueShield Dental Blue Indemnity

Making Dental Implants Affordable  

Dental insurance form on desk

We accept several payment options to keep your treatment within your budget. Besides traditional methods, as we also accept third-party financing with CareCredit. Based on your credit’s approval, you are given the funds you need. You’ll repay them using a plan that fits your finances.

If you’re ready to replace your missing teeth with dental implants in Boston, we have the affordable solutions you need to invest in a complete smile. Contact our office today to schedule your consultation.

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