An Investment in Your Overall Health
While there are many factors that can affect the cost of dental implants in Everett, MA, the best way to get a close estimate is to schedule an in-person consultation. While some patients may be put off by the initial cost of the advanced procedure, it is important to understand that dental implants aren’t a basic tooth replacement option—they are a life-long investment in your dental function, oral health, confidence, and quality of life as a whole. If left untreated, tooth loss can lead to bone loss, shifting surrounding teeth, and a change in your bite that can cause TMJ issues. If your oral function is limited, your diet can be as well.
Dental implants are often seen as the gold standard tooth replacement solution because they secure a permanently attractive and functional smile that mimics the structure of natural teeth. Most other people will never know you were missing teeth! With implants, you will no longer have to worry about a space in your smile, the inconveniences of dentures and partials, or declining health as a result of missing teeth. The first step is simple—schedule your consultation with our implant dentists today!
Helping You Get Your New Smile
Our Everett, MA practice believes in the rejuvenating effect of dental implants and wants to help as many patients as possible achieve a beautiful new smile. We have partnered with Green Sky and CareCredit® financing to help make your smile dreams a reality. We will work with you to come up with affordable monthly payments so that you don’t have to pay everything upfront. This can help you achieve your dream smile without having to worry or stress about your budget.
An Investment in Your Smile
If you are considering replacing missing teeth with dental implants, we invite you to schedule a consultation with our team to discover an estimated cost. We will be able to determine the condition of your smile after a comprehensive evaluation with one of our dentists or our board-certified periodontist, Dr. Kevin Guze. We always listen intently to your smile goals so that we can give you the smile you deserve. And with decades of experience in implant dentistry, Dr. Guze and our team have the expertise to personalize your treatment plans, assist you with third-party financing, and complete all aspects of your dental implant care conveniently at our Everett, MA office.
How much do dental implants cost?
Please call to make an appointment to determine your treatment plan because there are several factors that influence the cost of a dental implant, including:
The quality, amount, and location of bone.
The number of teeth that need to be replaced and the type of artificial teeth that will be used.
The type of implant(s) that will be appropriate.
The number of implants needed to support these teeth.
What are dental implants?
Think of dental implants as artificial tooth roots. When dental implants are placed in your jawbone, they bond with your natural bone. They become a sturdy base for supporting one or more artificial teeth, called crowns.
A connector, known as an abutment, is placed on top of the dental implant to hold and support your crowns. The crowns are custom-made to match your natural teeth and fit your mouth.
Modern dental implants have been used successfully for over 40 years. They are the strongest devices available to support replacement teeth, and even better, they allow these new teeth to feel, look and function naturally.
Can I replace all my teeth with dental implants?
Yes, when all teeth are missing or in such condition that they need to be replaced, there are three option:
Bridges on implants, which is a fixed bridge anchored to dental implants.
All-on-4 or All-on-5, hybrid, or fixed-detachable dentures, which is a bridge-type prosthesis that attaches to multiple implants.
Removable implant denture, which is a denture that snaps down onto the implants and can be removed for daily cleansing. Typically, 2 or 3 implants to each arch are needed.
How many implants are needed for the whole mouth?
The number of implants that are needed to replace all teeth won’t be the same for everyone, but usually five dental implants in the upper jaw, and four to five implants in the lower jaw.