How Much Do Dental Implants Cost?

Comparatively speaking a fixed dental bridge tends to be less than a single implant retained crown. However, the single implant retained crown is hands down less costly because they often outlast a dental bridge up to three times, so if you’re looking for a long term solution, then a dental implant is for you.

That being said, not everyone can afford the cost of dental implants, which is where more affordable options like bridges and dentures come in. Also, if you are going the implant route, cost is dependent on the number of teeth needing to be replaced, and the state of your gums.

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    Why Are Dental Implants Effective?

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    Dental implants are considered the most effective and permanent solution for replacing missing teeth and are associated with many benefits including their natural look and their ease of care.

    Other tooth replacement options like removable dentures do not offer these benefits and may not be the solution for every patient.

    Implants consist of three parts, a titanium implant post, an abutment, and a crown. The titanium post is placed directly into the jawbone where it then becomes integrated into the bone itself, becoming permanent. This integration, called osseointegration, can take several months.

    At Georgian Dental®, we have been using an innovative photo laser procedure that reduces inflammation at the surgical site and improves the efficiency of bone generating cells called osteoblasts. This procedure can help reduce the osseointegration time by 30%! This means our patients get more reliable and faster results ahead of everyone else.

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    Types of Dental Implants

    Three Implant Options

    There are three main types of dental implants to choose from depending on your individual needs, these include:


    The most common implant type. Suitable for most patients, require healthy jawbone.


    These implants are not fused to the jawbone, resting on top, under the gum.


    Placed in the cheekbone (the bone below the eye), rather than the jawbone.

    When it comes to replacing missing teeth, there are many options. Fortunately, with today’s advanced dental technology, patients have the option of choosing All-On-4 implants. This new implant option offers the same quality and functionality that you would expect from natural teeth, enjoy all your favorite foods without worry.

    This system provides complete rehabilitation for tooth loss with fully customizable and fixed dental bridges without the need for bone grafting. You can use your teeth immediately after surgery without lengthy painful recovery times.

    Other Factors Impacting Cost

    Understanding the Details

    An important aspect to consider when reviewing dental implant alternatives, is how long they last. A single dental implant retained crown winds up being less expensive compared to fixed dental bridge, as the implant will last 3 times longer. This equates to saving you 30-75% – significant, and worth careful consideration when deciding between implant options.

    Barrie Dentist offers dental financing options, allowing you to spread payments over time, reducing upfront costs significantly. Just ask us about it during your consultation and we can provide you with additional information.

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