What is a Reasonable Price for a Dental Implant for a Bicuspid?

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I am 52 year old man. Bicuspid tooth was already extracted.  I was given a choice of implant  or a bridge.  What should I expect to pay and which would be my best choice?
Location: Katy, TX
asked Feb 13, 2012 by anonymous
edited Feb 14, 2012 by ChooseDentalImplants
Really depends:  I know you'd love an answer, but there is so much to consider.  Ballpark should be between $1500-3000, without any additional procedures needing to be done.

What I would recommend would be to find a reputable dentist and ask them for a free consultation.  Good places to start are Accredited members for the American Academy of Implant Dentistry (AAID), Accredited members of the International Congress of Oral Implantologists, or a Board certified dentist.  GL!
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1 Answer about What is a Reasonable Price for a Dental Implant for a Bicuspid?

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Assuming you do not need any bone or gum grafting procedures, you need the implant, the abutment (post) and the crown.
Depending on the area and type of dentist you choose, it can cost around $2700 to $3900.  Although you might be able to find some places that are cheaper an also some more expensive.
Dr. Carlos Boudet
West Palm Beach , FL
(561) 968 6022

answered Feb 14, 2012 by Carlos Boudet DDS, DICOI - West Palm Beach, FL

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