Request Request an Appointment Forms Complete Our Forms Like Us Like Us on Facebook Review Write a Review Call Give us a Call Map View our Map
125 N Executive Dr #105, Brookfield, WI 53005
(262) 784-7201

Cost of Dental Implants – Brookfield, WI

How Your Treatment Costs Add Up

A person holding a model of a tooth in one hand and a pile of change in the other.

It’s understandable if you start to hesitate about dental implant treatment due to cost. Overall, dental implants will cost more than traditional tooth replacement options, but for good reason. Considering the restorative and esthetic benefits they offer, the dentists at Elmbrook Family Dental believe that implant treatment is a worthwhile investment! Below, we’ll discuss the most influential factors for determining the cost of dental implants and why we believe they are worth your investment. To get started planning your next treatment, give our office a call!

Notable Cost Factors

An older couple examining an x-ray.

Dental implants require multiple steps to complete, all of which come with their own price tag. This includes the preliminary treatments required to make dental implants viable (i.e. bone grafts, tooth extractions, and periodontal therapy), the implant surgery itself, and the placement of restorations. The number of implants you need will directly influence the type of restoration that is used to cover the implants. These factors have the potential to influence your cost the most because it extends the length of all the other steps of treatment.

Are Dental Implants Worth It?

A woman shaking hands with a dental employee.

For most patients at Elmbrook Family Dental, dental implants was one of the best investments they ever made. There is no other treatment that addresses tooth replacement quite like dental implants because of their ability to restore the tooth roots, not just the crown. They help keep your jawbone healthy and strong, making it easy to enjoy the foods you love. They last longer than both bridges and dentures, which need to be replaced every five to ten years. These replacements will only lead to higher costs, which you are far less likely to experience with dental implants. Because of their multiple decades of longevity, dental implants are considered the most cost-effective solution, even if they cost more upfront.

Ways to Pay for Dental Implants

A diagram of a dental implant.

Keep in mind that it is rare for patients to pay for their dental implants all at once. Considering how high the costs can get, it’s far more reasonable to pay in monthly installments, rather than in one lump sum. In many cases, patients will pay for dental implants as they go, giving you time to adjust your budget.

With that said, there are many ways you can cover the cost of dental implant treatment, including:

  • Dental insurance – Our office accepts most PPO insurance plans. We’ll help you determine exactly what steps of your treatment are covered, whether it’s the surgery, restoration, or preparatory work to make your jawbone viable.
  • Third-Party Financing – Programs like CareCredit make it easy to pay for expensive dental care in more manageable chunks, typically with little to zero interest attached!
  • HSA or FSA – A Healthcare Savings Account or Flexible Savings Account can also help cover the cost of dental implants.

Need help building a budget for your next dental implant treatment? Make an appointment with our office today to get started!

Have Questions? Get Answers.