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Dental Implants – New Haven, CT

State-of-the-Art Smile Repair

Your teeth are extremely strong not just because of the enamel, but also due to the fact that they are rooted in your jawbone, which provides a sturdy foundation. When one goes missing, most replacements only bring back the part of the tooth you can see, which inherently makes them much less stable and reliable. Dental implants, on the other hand, bring back both the crown and the root, creating something that is the next best thing to nature. At New Haven Dental Group, we can fill in any gaps in your smile using this one-of-a-kind solution, and unlike other dental offices, we’ll be able to provide everything you need in one convenient location.

Why Choose New Haven Dental Group
for Dental Implants?

Benefits of Dental Implants

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Indications for Dental Implants

Dentist showing patient an implant model

No matter how many teeth you are missing, dental implants are a viable option. Our team can help you choose from among the following restorations:

Missing One Tooth

Animation of implant supported dental crown

Instead of using a bridge to replace a single tooth (which requires us to file down the teeth surrounding the gap), we can place an implant-supported crown directly into the smile without disturbing any of the remaining dental structure.

Missing Multiple Teeth

Animation of implant supported fixed bridge

While single implant crowns can be used to restore nonconsecutive missing teeth, just two implants can help secure a bridge that holds up to 4 teeth in a row. This is a much more conservative and cost-effective solution that still delivers fantastic results.

Missing All of Your Teeth

Animation of implant supported denture

If you’re missing several teeth or are tired of your denture always slipping out of place, we can use 4-6 implant posts to give you a prosthetic you never have to worry about. Implant dentures not only have a much stronger hold compared to regular ones, but the initial fit can be trusted to last for years at a time as well.

Start to Finish Convenience

Animation of the implant tooth replacement process

Dental implant roots have to be surgically placed into the jawbone, and with most other dental offices, they will refer you to an expensive outside specialist to have this procedure completed. At New Haven Dental Group, however, we’re able to perform the entire implant treatment ourselves in-office, saving patients time, money, and stress while they rebuild their smile. With us, you’ll have the peace of mind of being able to work with the same doctor and team the entire time.

UNDERSTANDING THE COST OF DENTAL IMPLANTS

Model smile with implant supported dental crown

There is not a set price for the treatment — the cost of dental implants in New Haven varies from patient to patient. Before we begin treatment, we will be sure to go over all pricing information with you so there are never any surprises. While implants are certainly a big investment, we believe they are more than worth it. In addition to having better aesthetics and function than other treatments, they are also extremely durable. Implants can be expected to last for 30 years or more — much longer than other forms of tooth replacement.

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Preliminary Treatments & Dental Implant Surgery

Happy patient learning more about the cost of dental implants

It is common for patients to require some preliminary treatments before they can receive dental implants. For example, your implant dentist in New Haven might find that you need gum disease therapy, a bone graft, or tooth extractions. Each of these services has its own price.

The dental implant placement surgery has a separate fee. Its cost depends on numerous factors, including the number of implants we insert and the type of sedation we use. Since we perform this surgery right here in our office, you will not have to worry about dealing with the pricing policies of an outside dental practice.

The Parts of Your Dental Implant

Dentist holding implant model, explaining how dental implants work

Not all dental implants in New Haven are the same. They can come from various manufacturers and have a variety of features. While a titanium-based alloy is the standard material used to construct implants, they may also be made out of other biocompatible materials. The type of implant that we use for you, as well as the company we purchase it from, will affect your treatment’s overall price. If more than one type of implant might work, we will clearly explain the pros and cons of each option before we work with you to decide how to proceed.

Final Dental Implant Restoration

Illustration of two dental implants being used to stabilize a denture

A dental implant’s purpose is to replace a tooth root, while a restoration replaces the portion of a tooth that is visible above the gumline. Restorations come in different forms. It makes sense that a crown that replaces one tooth costs less than a bridge that replaces three or more teeth. A full-arch denture comes with an even higher price. In rare cases, we might be able to help a patient save a little money by retrofitting their existing traditional denture to work with dental implants.

Does My Dental Insurance Cover Dental Implants?

Dental plan written on wooden blocks, sitting on tabletop

It is becoming quite common for dental insurance to cover implants. However, some policies still do not. You will have to check the details of your specific plan to discover how it applies. Our practice has many years of working with insurance; we will help you navigate your coverage and file claims. If your policy will not help with the cost of the implants themselves, it might help you with your final restorations or preparatory treatments.

Making Dental Implants Affordable

Smiling senior woman, happy she invested in dental implants

In addition to assisting you with insurance, we offer a few resources that may help you to fit dental implants in New Haven into your budget:

  • Financing. CareCredit is a third-party creditor that offers no-interest and low-interest payment plans for medical and dental procedures.
  • The Essential Dental Plan. This plan is a provision for patients without insurance. For a low annual fee, you get to enjoy a number of preventive services, as well as a discount on other treatments, including dental implants.
  • Free Consultation. Are you still unsure of whether you want to move ahead with dental implants? You can find out more about the treatment for nothing out of pocket. Get in touch with us to schedule your free consultation.
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Branford, CT
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