For those patients needing only a single implant, 3rdSET® can provide our exceptional care for the replacement of a single tooth. Loss due to disease, trauma or other circumstances such as congenitally missing teeth, can be restored to proper health and function, leaving you with a functional oral condition. At 3rdSET® single-visit tooth extraction and implant placement can be completed in one day!
Are dental implants expensive?
Although each case is unique, we have found over the years, that many of the processes and procedures needed can be grouped together and therefore we are able to create a package concept.
The initial layout for dental implant treatment varies on how many implants are needed and if bone augmentation is required. Other factors include the surgery itself, lab work, the prosthesis and the dentist’s and dental technician’s fees. A cost plan will be developed only when all of these aspects have been addressed.
For example: If your situation is straightforward, with or without existing damaged teeth and their extraction and not needed bone grafting, we have a package for that. The package is all inclusive and addresses your situation including prosthetic teeth. Perhaps your requirements are a bit more complicated. You might require some bone grafting. We can add that requirement and create a packaged price for that circumstance as well.
Maybe you find that you have very little bone left, and your situation requires not only bone harvesting, but you also require complex sinus grafting. We've got you covered. All of our packages include the final prosthetic teeth (single crowns to final full arch of teeth) and are crafted to provide our patient with the most efficient prices possible. We also offer several different dental (financing options)
Are there any risks when placing dental implants?
Implant therapy is not an experimental approach; rather it is a well-proven, state-of-the-art medical dental technique that has been scientifically tested and used for decades by dentists and surgeons worldwide. Depending on the condition of each patient, potential risk factors may vary. Bad oral hygiene or limited healing of the wound due to pre-existing medical conditions (for example diabetes and osteoporosis) may reduce the odds of the implant remaining in place. Since every surgical procedure carries potential risks, your dentist will evaluate whether dental implants are the option for you.