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How to Save Money on Your Dental Implant

Posted in Dental Implants

When it comes to dental implants, there are two facts that are completely undeniable:

  1. Dental implants are more costly than other types of tooth replacements
  2. There is no better replacement for lost teeth than implants

It’s clear – dental implants can seem expensive, but they can give your smile a normal look and feel like no other dental restoration can.

With so many dental insurances not covering implants, how can you find the best deal?

Check Your Insurance for Surprises

Some insurances are starting to cover implant therapy. Others will pay enough towards an implant to cover a cheaper procedure, such as a bridge. You never know what you might just by checking!

Shop Around

Implant procedures can vary depending upon the location of an office and the condition of the surrounding economy. Try shopping around for quotes from various locations, urban, suburban, and rural, and make comparisons. Just don’t forget that implants are valuable tooth-replacements meant to last a lifetime – their price should reflect that. You get what you pay for!

In-Office Financing

Most dental offices have some financing plan in place. As you shop around for a good deal on dental implants, ask each office how they accommodate each patient’s financial position.

How a Dental Implant Saves You Money

In the end, you will no doubt agree that a dental implant is worth the expense and effort. An implant will give you back the ability to show off your smile with confidence and the freedom to eat what you love.

Get started by visiting your local dentist for more information on dental implant options available in your area. See how an implant can only add value to your life!

Posted on behalf of:
Georgia Denture and Implant Specialists
203 Woodpark Pl #102
Woodstock, GA 30188

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