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Cost of Dental Implants in San Diego

The cost of dental implants in San Diego CA ranges from $1000 to $1700. There are additional charges of $1000 to $1500 for the abutment and crown for an average total cost of cost of $2000 to $3200. The cost is dependent on a number of factors such as the location of the tooth , material used and procedures that must be implemented before the implants are placed.

When considering the cost of dental implants, it is crucial to consider more than the upfront dollar amount. Implants are a long-term investment in an individual’s health and comfort, two things which impact everyone on a continual basis. Implants can provide a lifelong solution for dental problems. The cost of treatment is directly linked to the quality of your care. No matter how low the dollar amount, a failed procedure is ultimately worthless. Trusting your care to a qualified, reputable expert like Dr. Jay Akef can actually lower the cost of treatment. Dr. Akef’s advanced knowledge and experience allow him to streamline the treatment process, allowing for total treatment in fewer steps, which saves money on time, procedures, and materials.

Dr. Jay Akef San Diego Periodontist and Dental Implant Specialist

Dr. Jay Akef has successfully placed more than 12,000 dental implants and performed over 23,000 advanced surgical procedures in the course of his 27+ years of professional dental experience. His high success rate, advanced knowledge and experience, and commitment to patient satisfaction earned him his reputation as one of San Diego’s top dental implant specialists.

Dr. Akef uses only the safest and highest quality dental implants to ensure his patients have the most comfortable, successful treatment possible with results that last for years. Every dental implant we use is FDA approved to be used in the United States by manufacturers with longstanding records of quality and guaranteed results.

Cost vs Quality and Experience

Advances in dental implant technology and digital marketing have made dental implants widely available, but it is important that patients considering replacing a missing tooth or teeth research more than the cheapest price or closest dentist. The true cost of dental implants involves more than dollar amounts. While some dental implants appear to cost less upfront, the materials used and experience of the dentist impact the success of dental implant placement. A failed implant ultimately costs more in time, money, and pain than implants placed safely and securely the first time around.

Your Dentist’s Experience Counts

Multiple studies confirm that the more experience your dentist has in successfully placing dental implants, the higher the likelihood your implant will heal without incident, granting you a safe, smooth, and comfortable treatment process and results that will last for years. Research conducted by the Center for Implant Dentistry at Loma Linda University’s School of Dentistry confirmed that inexperienced dentists had a significantly higher failure rate in placing dental implants, costing patients more in reparative procedures, materials, and time spent correcting painful, embarrassing, and damaging side effects. Another study called “Reasons for Failures of Oral Implants” also concluded that inexperienced surgeons faced an increased risk of implant failure.


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Benefits of Dental Implants

Many adults who suffer from missing or damaged teeth can benefit from dental implants. Implants are a long-term solution that restores both the look and function of missing teeth. Implants can act as a reliable, permanent foundation for prosthetic teeth custom made to match the size, color, and alignment of your unique smile for natural-looking results. Implants also may be used to support other dental appliances such as an implant-supported bridge or denture.

Implants fuse to the jawbone in a process called osseointegration. Once the fusion is complete, your implants act as a lifelong solution to improving your oral health. Implants do more than restore the look of your smile. They provide durability, improved confidence, make it easier to speak, chew, and smile, and can be cared for through simple brushing and flossing as you would your natural teeth. Implants also do not require natural teeth to be filed down, preserving more of your natural smile. And because implants are permanently fixed, they offer greater comfort than some removable treatments, such as dentures which may slide and rub.

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