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Cost of Dental Implants –  Fargo, ND

The Tooth Loss Solution That Pays Off For Life

3D model of a tooth next to a handful of coins

At Cornerstone Dental, we’ve been helping people renew their smiles after tooth loss for many years. We often recommend implants because they’re the next best thing to natural teeth, but we also know that the cost of dental implants in Fargo is an important factor when making a decision. Although it’s impossible to provide a universal figure because everyone is different, you’ll learn about the many factors that can affect the cost below. And if you’d like an individual cost estimate, just contact us at any time to schedule a consultation!

Types of Dental Implants

Full lower denture being placed on implants

It goes without saying that the cost of implants is very different for someone who is only missing one tooth compared to someone who has lost all their teeth. On top of simply needing a different number of implants, the type of implant and restoration that’s needed will also be different. Here are some examples:

What are the Stages of Dental Implant Treatment?

Dental patient having a dental implant consultation

One aspect of the implant process that makes it more affordable is that it’s done in stages, typically spread out over a period of 3-6 months:

Are Dental Implants Worth the Investment?

An implant, abutment, and dental crown

Yes - dental implants in Fargo are a fantastic investment! Not only do they have the potential to last many decades or a lifetime with proper care, they also feel more natural than any other option. In addition to dramatically improving your oral health, implants also maintain a youthful appearance by preserving the jawbone and overall facial structure. In fact, most people’s only regret about implants is that they didn’t have them done sooner.

Does Dental Insurance Cover Dental Implants?

Not usually. The majority of dental insurance plans primarily cover the procedures that cost the least - without regard to what’s best for patients. However, some of the procedures that are done as part of the implant process, such as X-rays, extractions, exams, etc. will have partial coverage.

We’re always happy to look into your insurance benefits and file your claims for you, so don’t hesitate to ask us for help with navigating your plan. We also offer financing options so you can break up your cost into smaller monthly payments.

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