Cost of Dental Implants
Cost of Dental Implants, Frisco, TX, Dr. Mark Davis – Dental Implant Costs
The cost of dental implants, the components of dental implants, what to expect at a dental implant consult with Dr. Mark Davis, and more are explained under Procedures Tab and Cost of Dental Implant Page below on our website at www.friscooralsurgery.com for FRISCO ORAL & DENTAL IMPLANT SURGERY.
The average Dental Implant Costs depends on many variables. At FRISCO ORAL & DENTAL IMPLANT SURGERY, Dr. Mark Davis, Board Certified Oral & Maxillofacial Surgeon, has surgically placed thousands of Dental Implants and is fully qualified to examine and discuss and treat the following, plus more, variables. Some of the variables are:
*Is an extraction needed?
*Is the location where the Dental Implant “titanium surgical post / tooth root” will be placed, healthy for
surgery and placement of a Dental Implant?
*Are there other health conditions that might cause complications?
*Are the 3 components: 1.) the Dental Implant “tooth root”, 2.) the Abutment (Connects the Dental
Implant to the Crown) and, 3.) the Crown, all to be placed by Dr. Mark Davis, or is Dr. Mark Davis
responsible for the surgical placement of the Dental Implant “the tooth root” only, and the patient’s
general dentist responsible for the Abutment and Crown?
*Is a bone graft needed because of bone resorbtion?
*Will IV Sedation be used?
The 3 Components of a Dental Implant Case:
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What to Expect at a Dental Implant Consult:
After a patient schedules a Dental Implant consult by calling 972-335-8717, they may go on our website under “Patient Information” and “Online Forms” and “Patient Registration” to fill out and submit paperwork. At the consult, Dr. Mark Davis will take and examine your X-Ray and recommend a specific treatment plan. That treatment plan will be given to one of our front office Treatment Plan Coordinators, who will sit down with each patient, after calling their dental insurance, if applicable, and discuss all Dental Implant costs / prices on the treatment plan, before moving forward.
How will I afford the cost?
First, let us call your dental insurance carrier, if applicable, so you will know what your coverage will be. Some patients may opt to use Care Credit, a Health Expense Credit Card, to help pay for costs. You may apply for Care Credit, by going to: https://carecredit.com/apply