Dental implants are the ideal tooth replacement solution for most patients who suffer tooth loss or have failing teeth. Dental implants bring a range of life-changing benefits, from solid biting function to lifelike appearance. Patients who wish to invest in their long-term oral health and smile often have questions about the cost of dental implants in Charleston, SC. To fully appreciate the value of dental implants, you must first understand that implants offer life-time tooth replacement and are designed to meet individual tooth replacement needs. There is no one-size-fits-all implant treatment plan, and the overall cost of dental implants is entirely influenced by each individual patient’s personal tooth replacement needs and smile goals. Dr. Robert Carimi has extensive training and experience in all phases of implant dentistry and can determine the implant procedures best-suited for your tooth replacement needs.
Dr. Carimi talking to patient about dental implant cost
As a full-service implant dentist, Dr. Carimi offers complete implant surgery and restoration from the comfort of our modern, inviting practice, and can also prepare the mouth for positive implant outcomes. Dental implants can replace any number of missing teeth, but do require a healthy environment for lasting success. He and our team strive to maximize your treatment results while minimizing dental implant costs. Choosing a dentist who both places and restores dental implants in Charleston, SC, with advanced skill and expertise saves you time, reduces risk of complications and is more cost-effective than visiting several specialists for care.
If you have unsalvageable teeth, we will first need to extract these teeth for implant preparation. The overall number of failing or missing teeth to replace influences the end cost of dental implants.
Dental implants integrate with the jawbone for stable, lasting support. If bone loss has occurred, we may first need to build up the bone to a sufficient level with a bone grafting procedure before placing dental implants.
Dental implants also rely on healthy gum tissues for support, in addition to bone. Any areas of gum disease in the mouth could compromise dental implants, and must be treated prior to beginning implant surgery.