I am in need of some serious dental work. I just retired after 30 years at my company. I have limited dental insurance and I need dental implants. I went to Clear Choice dental and they quoted me $30,000-$40,000 to do dental implants. I can’t do that with my budget. I picked Clear Choice because it is obviously a large practice. I like the feel of having multiple doctors in a practice in case something goes wrong or my doctor isn’t available. At least there is someone else that can pick up where my doctor left off. I guess I want to know is if that price from Clear Choice is really what the implants are going for and if I can get them for less. – Alan
Alan – Your case needs to be examined by a skilled implant dentist to get an accurate second opinion on the recommendation and estimated cost you received from Chicago Clear Choice.
There are so many factors that affect the cost of implants. Your bone density, the type of implants used, the number of implants you need, the implant crowns, the implant surgery—all contribute to the cost of your dental implants. And other factors can affect the cost.
You will be able to find an implant dentist who will address your concerns and let you know your treatment options. Most dental insurance plans provide very little benefits, if any at all, for dental implants. Many implant dentists offer no-interest financing or payment plans, which can make treatment more affordable for you.
This post is sponsored by Naperville American Board-certified prosthodontist and implant dentist Dr. Anthony LaVacca.