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Financing | Dental Implants in Trenton, Ontario

Dental Implants Cost & Financing in Trenton, ON

Dental implants are a one-of-a-kind tooth replacement that look and function just like natural teeth. Not only are they aesthetically superb, implants also offer several oral health benefits that include a reduced risk of dental infection and protection from jawbone loss. Considered the new standard in restorative dental care, implants are the go-to solution for replacing one or more missing teeth. While partial dentures and dental bridges are often less expensive, both are shorter-term solutions that may end up costing more over the long-run.

How Much Do Dental Implants Cost?

The price of a dental implant can vary. Each patient’s anatomy and problem are unique, so require a unique solution. Cost is also influenced by the number of missing teeth being replaced and the number of implants necessary for the procedure, as well as by whether any supplemental treatments are needed. There are alternative treatment options that are more inexpensive, but these often need to be replaced every 7–10 years and carry a higher risk of infection.

Dental implants use a fixture to connect the crown with the jaw, replicating the function of a natural tooth. Implants are permanent and meant to last a very long time. Indeed, a single implant could last a lifetime. Furthermore, they help to protect against tooth decay and gum disease, which means less dental problems and more money in your wallet down the road. These features make implants incredibly cost-efficient.

Act Quickly – A Missing Tooth May Damage Surrounding Teeth

Missing teeth don’t just look unappealing, they can also lead to oral health issues. Large gaps between teeth are prone to trapping food particles and other debris. Because they’re also much more difficult to clean, these gaps are prone to bacterial infections. Tooth decay and gum disease can spread and affect other parts of the mouth. They could lead to bone loss and even further tooth loss.

Large gaps also allow your other teeth to drift away from each other. Teeth push up against their neighbors and when all of your teeth are in place they keep each other in place. But if a gap opens up, the adjacent teeth will begin to drift into that space and gradually your other teeth will move as well. This causes your smile to look uneven and may eventually require braces to correct.

By taking care of the problem early, you can help save yourself from future headaches. A long-lasting dental implant could help prevent future problems far into the future.

Payment and Financing

For your convenience, we accept Visa, American Express, and Mastercard, as well as cash or debit. For cases where extensive dental care is necessary, we are more than happy to make a financial arrangement.


Our practice is not a member of any managed care network. We do accept most dental insurance programs as a service to our patients, however. We are more than happy to submit a pre-treatment estimate to your insurance company so that you know how much your insurance company will cover.

Schedule Your Consultation at our Trenton Practice

Are you suffering from tooth loss? Start your journey toward a stunning and healthy smile by scheduling your no-obligation consultation with us. Bring with you any questions or concerns, and ask us about our past successes. We look forward to seeing you!

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