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Dental Implants

Wondering if someone on here has received implants before and have a rough cost for 1 dental implant. I know it's to each their own but just need a rough estimate.
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I'm in the early stages of having one done. I haven't received the official quote yet because I need to have a scan to determine if there is enough bone for the implant. I'm having that done next week. From what I hear from others, expect to pay around $2K+. My benefits at work will cover 50% of the cost up to $2K.
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Just at my dentist Monday morning and he said about $2500-3000 for 1 implant. Pricing can vary with the spacing between existing teeth, and enough bone as previously mentioned. Dentist said my situation was an ideal so I guess my price would be on the low end.
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Is the the price you listed for the prep and placement of the implant? I'm told it multiple visits for the whole procedure.
ManInTheBurbs wrote:
Oct 26th, 2017 6:11 pm
Just at my dentist Monday morning and he said about $2500-3000 for 1 implant. Pricing can vary with the spacing between existing teeth, and enough bone as previously mentioned. Dentist said my situation was an ideal so I guess my price would be on the low end.
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jdmkidd wrote:
Oct 26th, 2017 9:37 pm
Is the the price you listed for the prep and placement of the implant? I'm told it multiple visits for the whole procedure.
From what I understand, you have to place the metal post first and let gums heal. The replacement tooth has to be made then attached to post at a later date.
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Apparently the entire process is about 4 - 6 months and multiple visits. I can't wait until mine is done. I look like a dork when I smile.
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it was around 2500
first i had a screw placed in and after some time..........i think 2 months but can't remember correctly, i had a tooth screwed onto that screw
the drilling was what freaked me out the most, but he gave me so much anesthsia i think if a horse kicked me in the face i wouldn't have felt it
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A bridge is the first option normally ,2nd is an implant

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