From Dental Implants To All On Four Dentures | Apex NC
Just do it! If you are missing one or more teeth, recover your confidence with BetterDental of Apex. Dental implants not only create a bright beautiful smile but create a solid foundation to maintain bone mass and support your dental health.
"I put it off and put it off because I was afraid it would cost too much. But it was the best thing I ever did. The team at Better Dental helped me every step of the way from setting up financing and down payment to recovery. I cannot thank Dr Draper enough. I go dancing again and Im not embarrassed to laugh or smile. Thank you! - Jenny P. Apex, NC - Dental Implants"
When our dentists carefully place your dental implant where your natural tooth root would have been, they are creating a seamless beautiful smile. No one will be able to tell. A single tooth dental implant is a sturdy foundation that can support dental health, beautifully, for decades.
The average cost for a single implant is between $1,500 and $2,500. However in complicated cases where jaw bone density is diminished or other complication exists from serious trauma, the cost may increase between $6,000 and $7,500. While the price can seem expensive at first every one of our implant patients have said it was completely worth it. We have staff in our Apex office who happy to sit down and talk with you about a reasonable 6 to 12 payment plan to help manage the cost of treatment. During the price quote process we can also help you find financing that offers no down payment or a longer payment schedule.
Concerned about pain? Because we are very sensitive to patient comfort we offer sedation dentistry. We uses an oral medication to help patients relax during dental procedures. Sedation dentistry is pain free, can be done in our Apex dentist office and doesn’t add excessive cost to your treatment. Sedation dentistry is a stress free way to almost completely restore your smile in one visit. This allows you to avoid the risks associated with general anesthesia, as well as pain and anxiety.
If you have a larger space of consecutive missing teeth, we may recommend an Implant Bridge supported by two or more implants to span whole missing section with one beautiful restoration. Implant Bridges tend to be more affordable than multiple single-tooth implant restorations and sometimes allow us to restore teeth in certain areas that may be impossible otherwise.
The average cost for a dental implant partial or bridge is between $3,500 and $8,000. Higher cost is reserved for more complicated cases where many teeth are missing, the jaw bone density is compromised or previous trauma complicates the procedure.
Implant dentistry allows us to add two or more dental implants in the jaw and installing matching attachment clips on the inside of your denture, yThe denture which will lock into place throughout the day, giving you unmatched support and power to your bite. This is an easy to care for option that cost between $8,000 and $15,000 depending on bone health or exposure to previous trauma. The entire procedure can be completed in our Apex dentist office.
All on four implants are placed and used to support a permanent, non-removable, full set of teeth. This is an excellent option for “full arch” treatment in which every tooth on either the top or bottom of your mouth are being replaced. This treatment option is incredibly durable, will last a life time and can be done in our Apex dentist office. We can put your dental implants in place and replace all your teeth in one single visit. All On Four Dentures cost between $13,000 and $18,000. It’s no small price tag but all of our patients say it was worth the cost. Many say they wish they had not waited so long to do it. There is no way to put a price on the way it boosts their self confidence. Sit down, face to face in our Apex office with one of our billing specialist and let them help you set up a reasonable 6 to 12 payment plan to defray the cost of treatment. During the price quote process we can also help you find financing that offers no down payment or a longer payment schedule.
The major downside of traditional dentures is the sad fact that dentures do not stay put very well when they are supported only by gum tissue. Lower dentures especially are notorious for sliding around and even popping out when you least want them to. Give yourself the gift of a confident smile and talk to us about dental implants today.