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Cost of Dental Implants – Delafield, WI

A Worthwhile Investment That Will Last a Lifetime

When it comes to being able to afford your upcoming dental treatment, it’s likely you are looking at different ways to pay for your new smile. Whether through insurance or a financing plan, dental implants require higher upfront costs than a traditional bridge or dentures. Each step in the process incurs its own fee, and while most insurance companies do not pay for dental implants, certain aspects of your treatment may still be covered. At Bionica Dental Wellness of Delafield, our team of expert professionals will work to help you save the most money while continuing to move along the path to a new and improved smile. Contact us today to schedule an appointment or speak to a friendly staff member.

Types of Dental Implants

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Depending on the number of missing teeth you have, Dr. Holinbeck will determine the correct type of dental implant you will need to see a fully restored smile.

What Are the Stages of Dental Implant Treatment?

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Are Dental Implants Worth the Investment?

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If you consider the many benefits of dental implants, there is no denying that they are certainly worth the investment. While costly in the beginning, their livelihood and easy maintenance make them a much better solution and more cost-effective in the long run. Not only do dental implants restore the look of your smile, but they also engage your jawbone, keeping it stimulated, thus, improving your oral health from the root up.

Does My Dental Insurance Cover Dental Implants?

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It is highly unlikely that your dental insurance company will pay for dental implants; however, more and more insurers are recognizing that implants are a viable alternative to traditional dentures and bridges. If you are struggling to determine how you will pay for your dental implant placement, and your dental insurance won’t cover the surgery, may we suggest checking to see if any parts of the implant process are covered (i.e. consultation, custom restoration).

No matter if you’re covered or not, financing options are available with CareCredit, allowing you to use a payment plan to alleviate much of the financial burden.

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