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How Much Does Dental Care Cost?
Seattle, WA

Image of a woman smiling after knowing her dental care cost is affordable, after looking online, at Queen Anne Family Dental in Seattle, WA. Navigating through the price of dental care can be rather challenging, especially if you're paying out of pocket. However, having a rough idea about how much a certain dental procedure can cost will help you plan accordingly in getting the right treatment. If you're wondering how much dental implants cost or how much a root canal costs, Queen Anne Family Dental can help.

Our specialists Dr. Corinne Reschenthaler and Dr. Grant Reschenthaler have created a comprehensive list of dental procedures and their prices. Note that the cost of dental care will depend on various factors, including the dental practice you go to. You may also get certain discounts on dental procedures from dentists, which can reduce your expenses. The only way to get an accurate estimate is to simply ask for a quote from the dental office.

However, if you're looking for rough estimates, the following list of costs for common dental procedures should help you plan for your dental care.

Dental Implants Starting at $4,000

If you've lost a tooth and don't want to experience jawbone loss, then a dental implant may be the right solution for you. Dental implants are effective because they stimulate the jawbone, ensuring that the body doesn't absorb it. Implants are made from an extremely durable material that is biocompatible, usually titanium or zirconium. This metal is surgically placed into the jawbone.

Once the surgical site heals, a dental crown is placed over the abutment. The price of a single dental implant procedure can cost around $4,000. This also covers the price of the abutment and crown. In some cases, patients may not have enough jawbone mass to support dental implants. These patients are usually asked to undergo bone graft surgery, which costs an additional $1,000 or more, depending on the severity of the procedure.

Dental implant procedures also involve various scans, including x-rays and 3D impressions of the patient's mouth; these will usually cost extra.

What if Dental Implants Replace All Teeth?

Patients who have experienced severe tooth loss, including complete tooth loss, may opt to have them all replaced with dental implants. This procedure is much more expensive because of the extensive surgery involved. In some cases, the procedure may cost upwards of $50,000 or even $100,000.

It is worth noting that, besides its prohibitively expensive price tag, the procedure will take an incredibly long time to heal and multiple visits to your dentist. This is why most patients are recommended treatments such as All-on-4 or All-on-6 treatments. An All-on-4 implant procedure is where the upper or lower set of teeth are supported with the help of only four implants, and the All-on-6 has six implants.

A single implant can support up to two neighboring teeth. The price of an All-on-4 dental implant technique is more modest at around $15,000 per arch or around $30,000 for both.

Dental Bridges Starting at $,2000

Dental bridges can replace several missing teeth (or just one). They are made up of several pieces in order to fit into the opening where the missing tooth used to be. Dental bridges are a good alternative to partial dentures and can improve both your appearance and teeth functionality.

Patients have a choice in choosing gold, porcelain, or alloys for their dental bridges. However, porcelain is the most commonly used material when replacing the front teeth because it can be matched to the color of your natural teeth.

The cost of dental bridges can range from $1,000 to several thousands of dollars per tooth. Dental bridges are often combined with implants, in which case, the procedure may cost around $15,000, depending on the number of teeth that are replaced.

Dental Implants vs Bridges

For some patients, dental implants are the obvious choice for replacing their teeth. However, it is important to consider various factors when choosing between dental implants and bridges, including the costs, convenience, and how long it may take to complete the procedure.

When it comes to weighing the pros and cons, our dentists at Queen Anne Family Dental will be your best resource. We will provide you with a comprehensive analysis of which procedure is ideal for you, depending on your needs and health.

However, it is generally agreed by everyone that dental implants can retain your natural appearance for a much longer time than bridges. They can also restore your chewing and speaking functions. Dental bridges, on the other hand, can also look very natural, but they will lose their appearance after some time has passed.

A clear advantage of bridges is that they don't require any invasive surgery, such as bone grafting. Moreover, a dental bridge can be installed in just a few visits spread out over a few weeks. The costs of dental bridges are much lower than an implant.

Dentures Starting at $600

Dentures are removable and are used to replace missing teeth. Unlike dental implants, they do not prevent further jawbone loss. Our dentist will take several impressions of your mouth for a precise fit. On the low end, dentures will cost anywhere from $600 to $1,200.

However, high end dentures that look more natural and last longer may easily cost you around $6,000 for a set. These dentures are very durable and can be customized to look incredibly authentic.

Dental Crowns Starting at $1,000

Dental crowns are a good choice for damaged or fractured teeth. Think of them as tooth-shaped 'caps' that sit over your real teeth (or dental implants). They are incredibly versatile and can be used to improve the strength of your teeth, their aesthetics, and also serve as a protective barrier. Dental crowns can be made from several materials, including porcelain metal alloys, ceramic, or a mix of materials. However, porcelain is often used for the teeth in the front because they look the most natural.

Wondering which of these dental procedures apply best to you? Call Queen Anne Family Dental at (206) 424-4450 for a wide range of dental services that meet your needs and prevent problems early. We will also help you determine which procedures best apply to you.
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