Cost of Dental Implants

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How much do Dental Implants cost in Milton, ON.

Restore broken or missing teeth with permanent Dental Implants. Contact us to book a free consultation with our dentists to see if dental implants are right for you.

The cost of dental implants depends on many factors, including the type of implants, the dentist performing the procedure, the location where the implant placement surgery is performed, the dental implant material used and the amount of dental insurance you have. We understand that cost is a big factor in your decision making, therefore we offer absolutely free dental implant consultations to review all costs with you.

Affordable Dental Implants starting at $1,499!

We offer a cost effective and affordable solution for dental implants – starting at $1,499 per implant (Stage 1 implant surgical component, excludes materials, prosthetic or bone grafting procedure or crown). Financing is also available if you would like to pay in monthly installments. In some instances, there may be additional costs associated with the surgery which could include: a CT Scan, Sinus Lift, Tissue Graft or a Surgical Guide. 

In general, after the surgical implant is placed, we wait 2-3 months before placing the Crown on the Implant. This is to allow for healing/osseointegration. Cost for a single tooth replacement including Implant Surgery and Crown total up to approximately $3,500 (as long as no additional treatments such as grafts, sinus lifts or surgical guides are needed).

At Denali Dental, we provide Free Consultation for dental implants at our office in Milton, and we are pleased to offer some of the most affordable dental implant pricing in the area. During the consultation, we take the time to explain the procedure and what it involves and you will have a complete understanding of the process and costs involved in getting a dental implant.

Does my Insurance cover the cost of Dental Implants?

Since implants can cost more than other methods of tooth replacement, some components of the procedure may not be covered by your dental plan. However in most cases this is a one-time cost, unlike other types of tooth replacement that may present recurrent costs over time.

Some insurance policies have started to cover implants by substituting what they would pay towards alternative care costs (such as a bridge) towards the cost of an implant. We suggest you contact your insurance provider to find out if you have coverage for the treatment. Once this is determined, our staff would be more than happy to submit a comprehensive pre-determination to your insurance company on your behalf. In addition, we offer direct billing to help offset your upfront out of pocket expense.

Book your free dental implant consultation now.