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Quintessence Family Dentistry & Wellness has been reviewed no 1 for providing treatment for Dental Implants in Kalyan Nagar & Dental Implants in Cunningham Road, Bangalore.
Receive state of the art dental implant treatment from our highly qualified dental implant expert- Dr. Gaurav Ghosh, who is both thorough and excellent in this demanding area.
He uses the best quality titanium and subsequent reinforced porcelain crown(s) fitted on top of the healed implant(s). The results are a beautiful almost identical feeling and looking replacement to your old tooth/teeth.
Dr. Gaurav Ghosh (BDS, MDS, Fellowship in Dental Implantology) is a Dental Implant Specialist & Cosmetic Dentist, practicing at Quintessence Family Dentistry and Wellness
Branches: Cunningham Road (Vasanth nagar) and Kalyan nagar, Bangalore.
How much are dental implants?
If you’ve ever had a question about dental implants prices, you are not alone. An inquiry about the price for dental implants is one of the most common questions that the oral health Care Team at Quintessence Family Dentistry & Wellness receives. Even on the internet age, it’s almost an impossible task to compare prices for dental implants, or to give a good estimate for the average cost of dental implants. Many patients seeking a price estimate don’t know whether to look for a price per tooth, or whether the cost they are looking at includes the implant, abutment, and crown. We created the ultimate guide to dental implant prices to help guide you in your dental cost estimate.
What is the average cost of dental implants in Bangalore?
The average cost of dental implants in the United States is around $5000. That is the out-of-pocket cost for the implant itself, the abutment, the crown, and the surgery. In the UK, the average price out-of-pocket is about £2698 (4079.32 USD), In Australia, the same dental implants will cost about $2058 (1620.65 USD).
In India, the cost for dental implants in bangalore isless than half the price for the above mentioned, still varying pretty widely from one clinic to the other. Part of the reason is that some clinics will offer the price for the full procedure and all of the hardware and some will only offer a quote for placing the implant itself. The pricing for dental implants also varies upon THE QUALITY OF THE TITANIUM GRADE USED IN THE DENTAL IMPLANT AND THE REPUTATION OF THE BRAND FABRICATING IT.
Where are the best deals on dental implants in Bangalore?
Dental implants are one of the most common procedures patients travel to India for, owing to the cost effectiveness of the procedure as well as the numerous brands available, that the patient can choose from. Dental implants are extremely popular because they are considered a better option than veneers or crowns, but in many western countries the cost of surgery is extremely high. So there are many clinics in India offering this treatment and Quintessence Family Dentistry & Wellness, specializes in dental implant surgery, catering to international patients.
Why do dental implants cost so much?
What should be included in the price
The initial consultation is extremely important. Much of the planning for the rest of the treatment will be done at this phase. The dentist will also assess the health of the teeth and jaw bone, which is an important element of the treatment. Many times, implants fail because a critical element was missed in the planning phase. To save money, it’s likely you’ll be able to combine the initial consultation with the first part of the treatment. Be aware that you will definitely need diagnostic imaging in this visit (likely a panoramic X-ray) which might result in an additional cost. X-rays are absolutely necessary for this procedure, and you may not want to trust a professional who will do an implant without them.
There are usually two appointments involved in placing dental implants; one to place the implant and then, after a healing period of about 3 to 6 months, another to place the abutment and crown. Some dentists use “immediate load” implants that can have a temporary crown placed immediately after the implant is inserted. You will still need a second appointment for the permanent crown. In some cases, an additional appointment is needed after the permanent crown is placed to adjust the implant.
You are also paying for specialist care. Dental implants fall into the category of restoration dentistry and have their own category of implantology. Implant surgery can be done by a periodontist, an oral surgeon, or a dentist with advanced training in implantology. Because of the specialist training necessary for performing the procedure, the dental professional involved may charge a higher fee than for other services.
The dentist will perform the procedure using a local anesthetic, meaning the areas they are working on are numbed but the patient is awake.
The implant you are purchasing is made up of three parts: the implant itself, the crown, and the abutment which attaches the crown to the implant. In many cases, the price a clinic shows you is only the price for the implant which screws into the bone, and doesn’t include the abutment and the crown. Make sure you ask for the price for the whole deal, including the surgery, anesthesia, anesthesiologist, and any other fees involved in the surgery.
Patients who have lost a lot of bone may also require bone grafts. Bone grafts may need to be performed in a separate procedure several months before the implant is placed and will require several months to heal and for the graft to fuse into the regular bone. This extra procedure will, of course, mean additional costs. This also means you won’t be able to have the procedure done in one trip, since the graft will take time to grow into the bone and you need to allow tissues to heal.
Although advancements in technology mean implants can be done with less bone than before, poor osseointegration (meaning the implant didn’t fuse into the bone very well) is one of the main causes of the implant failure, so if it is recommended it’s an important step to take. Otherwise, you’ll probably have to pay to have the implant removed, a graft done, and then the implant redone. Also, if there is significant periodontal disease (disease in the gums or other soft tissues of the mouth), they will need to be completely treated before surgery. Periodontal treatment costs depend on how advanced the disease is. This will also result in delays to the procedure as the affected areas heal.
Average cost breakdown
The average cost of an uncomplicated case in the US breaks down like this:
- The implant itself placed into the bone costs between $1600 and $2000
- The abutment that screws into the implant will cost between $275 and $450. If it must be custom-fabricated (as is the case sometimes with front teeth), that will cost an additional $100 to $200.
- The crown attached to the abutment is the most expensive component and can cost anywhere from $1000 up to $3000
- Surgeon and facility fees average anywhere from $500 at a dental school up to $2000 for a highly-experienced surgeon and state-of-the-art facilities
- There may be additional costs for other medical professionals, such as an anesthesiologist that might need to be involved in the surgery or for special cases
- The cost of prescriptions, such as a mouthwash or pain medication, varies widely
Quintessence Family Dentistry & Wellness provides a wide range of dental implants systems, for the patients to choose from- Nobel Biocare, Osstem, Biohorizons, Norris, Adin to name a few.
Quintessence Family Dentistry & Wellness Provides financing for Dental Implants on EASY EMI PAYMENT OPTIONS, WITH 0% INTEREST RATE.
The costing for dental implant treatment at Quintessence Family Dentistry & Wellness, is made extremely affordable starting as low as Rs 25000/-.
Dental implants are the Cadillac of dental restoration. Dental restoration is exactly what it sounds like; it is the art and science of replacing damaged parts of the mouth. This can involve anything from single teeth, as we are discussing here, to full-mouth restoration like the all-on-4 procedure (which is like a fleet of Cadillacs). They are widely considered the best option for replacing teeth since they are the closest thing to natural teeth. Manufacturers know that dental implants have become the standard of care for dental restoration and invest significant money into research and development for them. They also use extremely high-quality materials, since dental implants are designed to be extremely durable and long-lasting. Therefore, implants can be quite expensive because they are the best treatment option.
Dental implants are reputed to be the most cost-effective option for dental restoration. Other options, such as a tooth-supported bridge, have a limited lifespan and must be replaced. The American Dental Association reports that the average bridge must be replaced every 10.1 years. (PDF) However, clinical studies have shown that implant-supported crowns (like we’re discussing here) are effective at 20+ years in 95% of cases. This study shows a 98.8% 10-year survival rate of dental implants, which means the implants will almost certainly outlast bridges. Other studies have shown the effectiveness of dental implants in the shorter term. This Swedish study showed a 98.2% survival rate of the implant (Not for patients; there were no fatalities reported in the study) over 32 months with the immediately loaded implants. Implants may be more expensive up-front, but over time their superior value and lifespan mean you’ll be saving money in the long run.
How to save on dental implants
Don’t try to save money by going to a lower quality dental professional. While dentists with less experience and training inevitably charge lower fees, if something goes wrong with the implant you won’t only be jeopardizing your health. You will have to pay another dentist to remove the implant, repair the damage, and then place a new implant. Some clinics offer a guarantee or warranty on their work, but you will probably wind up paying more money fixing it than you would have paying for a more qualified dentist in the first place. Trust your instincts and go with a professional you trust.
If you want to avoid a second trip for the permanent crown, you can try selecting a clinic that uses CAD/CAM. CAD/CAM stands for Computer Aided Design/Computer Aided Manufacturing. These procedures can be completed in a single day in some cases, but may not be an option for all patients. Also, it will likely cost more than having a laboratory make the crown the regular way. You will save on travel expenses, though, which might make it worth it.
Depending on the materials and brand names of the different parts of the implant, the price can change widely. Which materials can be used has a lot to do with your individual situation. For instance, patients who have lost a lot of bone in their jaw due to periodontal disease may need a different kind of screw for their implant than patients with more bone.
The type of material used in the crown also makes a big difference. Crowns made of ceramic are the most affordable, but don’t look nearly as natural as crowns made of Zirconium oxide. Zirconia also tends to be stronger, which is another reason it’s preferred for visible teeth.
Which teeth are being replaced also influences the cost of treatment. Front teeth are much harder for the surgeon to work on and require more skill to make the implant look like a natural tooth. As a rule visible teeth tend to be more expensive and the surgery tends to be longer. The abutment for these implants is also more expensive. If you’re having front teeth replaced, you may want to choose a professional that specializes in aesthetics.