For many finding low cost dental implants is somewhat of a holy grail, dental implant insurance is one option available to make the treatment more affordable, but it doesn't necessarily mean that it is low cost. Here I take a look at different ways that could be used to get low cost dental implants.
Implants are becoming more a more popular as a way of replacing missing or broken teeth. An implant is fitted into the jaw bone to replace the root of the tooth, onto which is fixed a new tooth, bridge or denture. From the time the treatment commences to the final restoration can take a number months and the patients will be billed based on the number of implants they have done. As implants are far from cheap anything from $ 800 (Â £ 500) upwards, even more if the procedure requires a bone graft; this type of treatment is not readily accessible to many.
If you're looking for low cost dental implants its important you do some thorough research before committing, so with this in mind what choices do you have
Search the Internet
Take the time to search the internet for the various dentists in your area who offer this type of treatment and compare prices, you will be surprised at how much they differ between one another
Maybe you know someone who has already had this type of treatment and can recommend a good value for money dentist to you
If you are really keen on seeking out low cost dental implants then one method which is gaining in popularity is dental tourism. More and more people are looking outside of their own country and traveling abroad for cheaper treatment. As the cost for implant treatment can quickly build up it maybe that the expense of the travel is more than offset by the savings that can be made. One thing to be aware of though are that return visits could required, costing you more money and time for the return travel
Two options which don't necessarily offer you cheap implants but do make the treatment more affordable are dental insurance and payment plans
Dental implant insurance is a policy you take out to cover this type of treatment, paying an annual / monthly premium you are entitled to either the full or partial covering of the treatment. Payment plans tend … More