Mini dental implants offer several advantages over traditional full-sized implants.

They have less hardware, and the process to place them is less invasive than that of traditional implants.

Also, mini dental implants cost less than full-sized implants. But make no mistake — just because they cost less does not mean they are any less reliable than traditional implants.

Take a moment to learn more about the cost of mini dental implants from Dr. Matthew Warner of Willoughby Dental.

Estimated Cost of Mini Dental Implants

When it comes to planning any kind of dental treatment, one of the first things you may think about is cost. With mini dental implants, the cost varies by case, depending on certain factors.

For example, the number of mini dental implants placed at the same time and the restoration attached to the implant post(s) (e.g., dentures, crowns) heavily influence the total treatment cost. The specific type of mini dental implant used and whether any additional diagnostic tests are performed to plan treatment can also factor into the overall cost.

The best way to get an accurate pricing quote for mini dental implants is to meet with Dr. Warner at Willoughby Dental for an in-person consultation. During the appointment, he will determine whether you are an appropriate candidate for mini dental implants or whether you are better suited to full-sized implants. Then, he can provide information about estimated costs.

Also during your appointment, our team can talk to you about financing options. We accept CareCredit, a healthcare financing company that allows you to split the overall cost of mini dental implants into smaller monthly payments.

A Cost-Effective Solution to Tooth Loss

Electing to have mini dental implants placed is choosing to invest in your long-term oral health and dental function. Although no dentist can say with absolute certainty how long your implants will last, properly placed and well cared for mini dental implants are expected to last for many years (possibly the rest of your life).

Once you have your mini dental implant pricing estimate, compare it to what you would pay or have already paid for other tooth replacements like bridges or removable dentures. These restorations are more likely to wear or break down after several years, and the cost of repairing or replacing them can add up over time. On the other hand, mini dental implants are largely considered a one-time cost.

Learn More about Mini Dental Implant Cost

If you are interested in mini dental implants and want more information about the projected costs, Dr. Warner invites you to come to Willoughby Dental for a consultation. To schedule your appointment, please call (864) 546-4242 or email Willoughby Dental today.