COVID-19 - Coronavirus Notice


As per the recommendations of the American Dental Association, the CDC and the New York State Department of Health, we are suspending our full time office hours indefinitely until further notice. This is being done in the interest of public health, to protect our patients and team members and the health and the well being of their families. We are here to provide Emergency Care only case by case basis. Please contact our emergency hotline (516) 208-4276 and we will make all reasonable attempts to get back to you in a timely manner. We thank you for your understanding and support in these challenging times. Stay well and be safe.

How Can I Afford Dental Implants?

Tooth loss is a problem that currently affects more than 100 million Americans. Teeth can fall out for a variety of reasons, including untreated periodontal disease, accidents or injuries, and as a natural result of old age. No matter what has caused you to lose one or more teeth, you’ve probably considered getting dental implants. Many people with missing teeth prefer implants over all other tooth replacement options because they’re very reliable and are known to last up to 25 years or even longer if they’re placed and cared for properly. However, many people are under the impression that implants cost too much money. If you’re wondering how you can afford the procedure, you may be surprised to find out just how affordable dental implants can be.

Replace Multiple Missing Teeth at Once

You may be able to reduce dental implant cost by having multiple missing teeth replaced at once rather than doing them one at a time. Some dentists offer discounted pricing when multiple implants are placed at once.

Get Full-Arch Replacement

If you need to replace all or most of your upper or lower teeth, you can save money by getting full-arch replacement rather than replacing each missing tooth with a single dental implant. Full-arch replacement still uses several dental implants to hold a prosthesis in place, but it’s a more affordable option than individual implants when you have many missing teeth to replace. Full-arch replacement options vary from fixed to removable. Our implant specialists can help you understand your various treatment options so you can make the most appropriate decision for your dental goals and needs.

Schedule Your Consultation Today

Dental implants offer many benefits that make them worth the slightly extra cost compared to other tooth replacement options. Our team will work with you to help you choose the most affordable dental implants for your situation. To schedule a consultation, call National Dental today.

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