Issues that Impact Tooth Implant Cost

• Number of teeth missing
• Health of your jaw bone
• Selecting a procedure
• Other treatments that may be needed first

Implants Mean Long-Term Savings

Why Should I Replace a Missing Tooth?

  • When a tooth falls out, the surrounding bone will atrophy.
  • Remaining teeth are then supported by a weakened jaw.
  • The remaining teeth then must do extra work and may shift.
  • The remaining teeth may then be lost.
  • Bridges and partials can increase your risk for tooth loss.
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Dental Implant Cost in Pensacola, FL

Dental implants can give you the winning, healthy smile you desire. Knowing which type of procedure is best for you and what your dental implant cost in Pensacola, FL will be requires a consultation and exam with Dr. David Williams. 

Things to Consider About Tooth Implant Cost

• Number of teeth missing: Your tooth implant cost is figured based on how many implants you need and the time required to treat your mouth before and during placement. A greater number of implants will obviously drive up your cost. The good news is that you do not necessarily need one implant to replace each missing tooth.  It is often possible for relatively few dental implants to support a number of new, natural-looking prosthetic teeth.  Each case is different and all treatment is customized.  Dr. Williams will advise you regarding how many dental implants are needed in your case for best results.

• Health of your jaw bone: Teeth that are lost and not replaced promptly with dental implants can lead to poor bone density. If you have low bone density, implants might not work well. Dr. Williams may be able to correct the problem with a bone grafting procedure, which will increase the overall tooth implant cost.

• Selecting a procedure: Having single implants placed at each location will cost differently than having an implant supported denture procedure. Tooth implant cost really depends on the type of procedure that is going to work best for you. Only a consultation with Dr. Williams can determine this for sure.

• Sinus lift procedures: Missing teeth in the upper premolar and molar areas of the mouth can sometimes cause damage to the bone, but a sinus lift can address it. Sinus lift procedures are an added cost.

• Periodontal disease treatment: Gum disease must be treated before Dr. Williams will place dental implants, otherwise, they may not be successful. A variety of treatments, billed separately, are available to treat gum disease, including minimally invasive laser treatment.

• Tooth extractions: If you have teeth that are too damaged to be saved, Dr. Williams will need to extract them first. This is will affect your overall tooth implant cost.

Dental implant cost in the Pensacola, FL region is different for everybody. If you are ready to replace your teeth with dental implants, call or contact Dr. Williams today so we can make an appointment to discuss your needs!