Are Dental Implants Affordable?

Affordable dental implants are an extremely cost-effective type of restoration, but the upfront costs associated with them can be higher than the cost of most other types of restorations. This is due to the fact that the process with receiving implants tends to be more labor-intensive than other tooth replacement options. Dental bridges and dentures can both be completed within a few dental visits over a short period of time. Dental implants can take longer, though, where the more in-depth nature of the placement process can make them more expensive initially.

Over the life of the restoration, the savings associated with implants become more obvious. Bridges usually need to be replaced about every seven to 10 years. This can make them a good temporary solution but not an affordable long-term solution. Dentures are also not without their long-term expenses. Because the underlying bone can change in shape and size, dentures will periodically need to be adjusted or even replaced. Some people suffer other dental health problems as a result of the dentures, including gum irritation, poor diet or bone loss.

With good dental hygiene and timely dental care, implants are designed to last a lifetime. You will not need to have them adjusted, refitted or replaced as long as you keep your gums and remaining teeth in good health. In the end, this means that dental implants are usually a far more affordable option than the restorations with lower initial costs. Call us today to schedule your appointment with our expert in dental implant in Los Angeles.

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Are Dental Implants Affordable?

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