Hi, Dr James here, and I’m one of the principal dentists at Elevate Dental. Last week I saw one of our patients Vivian from Toorak at her regular dental checkup appointment. She’s had a missing tooth for a while and she asked me, “How much does a dental implant cost?” We get asked this often, I thought I’d share this video with you just in case you are also considering this treatment.
The cost for a dental implant can range between 4.5k to 6.5k.
A dental implant consists of two parts. There’s the biocompatible titanium post that is placed in the jawbone. This then supports the second part, which is the dental crown. This crown should be meticulously handcrafted by a master ceramicist. And it’s designed to look exactly like a natural tooth. Once completed, you can chew on this like a normal tooth with complete confidence.
In terms of the dental crown, the price is generally impacted by the choice of material, as well as choosing to use the experience and skillset of a master ceramicist. We have another video that goes more in depth about the price of dental crowns, which we will include in the show notes.<
Sometimes there may be variations to the cost if further steps are required, such as if additional grafting to the supporting bone is required if the implant site is deemed to be weak or insufficient.
Dental implants that are well maintained can last more than 10 to 20 years in most cases, and often more than 25 years.
I hope this video gives you a greater understanding of the different factors that impact the price of a dental implant. If you have a missing tooth and are exploring a more permanent solution, we would love to look after you.
Here at Elevate Dental, we focus on anxious patients. We are conveniently located at both Hawthorn and Richmond with onsite parking. Simply call us on 1300 2 SMILE, complete the form on our website, or direct message us on social media, and we will be in touch to help you organise your consultation. See you in the next video!
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