Frequently asked questions about dental implants that patients ask us and their final cost. To get started, ask yourself these three simple questions and try to answer your question:
1) Do you want a smile that looks natural? A dental implant looks and functions like a natural tooth when it is implanted by an experienced oral surgeon with the help of a top quality prosthetist. Other tooth replacement options may interfere with your normal daily diet, smile and speech.
2) Want a carefree smile? Dental implants provide a natural bite position, which is very important for the chewing function. Other options, including dentures, can cause you to feel uneasy about eating or laughing, which certainly affects your daily life and habits.
3) Do you want a smile that won’t make you uncomfortable? Dental implants are fixed in place and there is no place for fear of falling out – ever. This means that they will not move, click or crack, which gives you confidence in your smile. Other options, including dentures, could slip when eating, talking or even laughing, which can be quite annoying.
If you answered yes to one or more questions, we have good news: dental implants are the right choice for you.
What is the cost of dental implants and what to expect with a dentist?
There are no two of the same patients or their custom implant treatments that are exactly the same, so the number of arrivals, procedures, and costs of dental implants varies from patient to patient. Unlike other tooth replacement options, dental implants are highly customized and are an individual solution for everyone – this is why they look so natural.
Specifically, the cost of dental implants is considered to be very affordable when compared to other dental replacement options, because dental implants can last as long and even a lifetime. Of course, it is important to contact a team of top dentists and oral surgeons who will make sure that the implants are lasting and look completely natural. Other options for the replacement of lost teeth may initially seem like a cheaper option, however, and there are always additional costs of maintaining them, which makes them expensive compared to dental implants.
The cost of a dental implant for a single tooth replacement is estimated in the range of 4000 to 8000 kunas with high quality metal ceramic or zircon crowns. However, what is most important to you as a patient besides the cost is to find the highest quality specialist specialized in implant placement and the price of dental implants will thus be significantly lower due to the reduction of possible errors in the procedures and unnecessary repetitions and arrivals, ie there will be make sure you get the best and highest quality service for your money.
Dental implants are your long-term investment in your oral health. To be sure of your decision to make that investment, make sure your dentist uses a PREMIUM type of dental implant, guarantees its work and the materials it works with, and pay attention to the amount and quality of information it provides you with review.