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Dental Implants in Pristine Dental

Average Price
$3,000

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$2,250

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Benefits of Dental Implants

  • Look, feel and function like natural teeth.
  • Long-lasting and do not develop cavities.
  • Eliminate the risk of a collapsing jaw
  • Retain the overall strength and structure of your mouth
  • Enjoy normal chewing and eating quality
  • Smile with confidence!

Cost of Dental Implants

Generally speaking, the cost of dental implants usually requires a higher upfront cost than alternative options. However, the overall, long-term maintenance (or replacement) costs of alternative options often exceed the cost of dental implants.

Pristine Dental accepts almost all insurance plans. If you have any other questions regarding insurance, payment, or pricing, please contact us today!

Details of Dental Implants

What is a dental implant?

Dental implants are designed to restore the function, structure and appearance of missing teeth. By implanting a small titanium post into the jaw, dental implants retain the structural integrity of the mouth while also providing a natural chewing and eating experience.

All dental implants contain the same parts:

  • A titanium post (or “root”): this is the section implanted into the jawbone.
  • An abutment (or “bond”): this part holds the prosthetic tooth in place.
  • A dental prosthetic: (or “crown”): this is the tooth section of the implant.
  • A titanium post (or “root”): this is the section implanted into the jawbone.
  • An abutment (or “bond”): this part holds the prosthetic tooth in place.
  • A dental prosthetic: (or “crown”): this is the tooth section of the implant.

Dental implants provide long-lasting durability and structural support to the mouth. Alternative options, such as dentures and bridges, provide little in the way of longevity or maintaining the structural integrity of the mouth.

In fact, many times a bridge procedure can damage adjacent teeth. And while dentures wont damage existing teeth, they are the least comfortable option and do not eliminate the risk of a collapsing jawbone. Furthermore, both denture and bridges can require replacements after about 3-5 years; while dental implants are designed be semi-permanent. Dental implants can replace a single missing tooth, multiple teeth or even provide full teeth, permanent denture set.