Dental implants are a permanent tooth replacement option that is made of three parts: the implant, an abutment, and the crown. The implant is a small titanium screw that's placed in the jawbone during oral surgery. After a few months of healing time, the abutment is attached on top of the implant to hold a dental crown in place. Implants can be used to support a single false tooth, or they can be used to support a bridge or denture to replace multiple missing teeth at once.
A dental implant is a significant investment and requires an extended treatment process. However, they provide great long-term value because they last longer than other options and require less maintenance over time.
Unfortunately, Medicare does not cover the cost of dental implants. While dental implants are one of the most effective procedures to replace missing teeth, they are generally considered elective procedures.
Dental implants can be a costly treatment, depending on the extent of your needs and whether you have dental insurance. In general, Medicare does not cover routine dental procedures needed for your oral health, such as routine cleanings or checkups. This also includes dental implants. However, if you have a Medicare Advantage plan, it may provide coverage for dental services, including tooth extractions, fillings, and dental implants.
Dental implants are one of many dental treatments not covered directly by Medicare, although coverage may be available in some cases. However, many dental insurance plans may cover at least part of the cost of your implant procedure. For instance, our discount plan is designed to help patients save on out-of-pocket costs for dental care and other medical services.
Dental implants are durable, permanent teeth replacements that look and feel just like your natural teeth. They're a great alternative to dentures, which can slip in your mouth and cause irritation and pain. Plus, dental implants can help you retain bone structure in your jaw so you can avoid the sunken-in appearance that accompanies tooth loss. (A cosmetic dentist can determine if implants are right for you during a consultation.)
Implants can restore health to your mouth and your confidence to smile again. You can eat the foods you love and speak clearly, too. And you don't have to deal with messy adhesives or adhesive pastes. With proper care, dental implants can last your lifetime!
If you’re due for a checkup or have questions about your oral health and how to better take care of it, feel free to get in touch with our office to schedule an appointment today! Visit Boutique Dental at 68-35 Myrtle Ave, Glendale, NY 11385, or call (718) 821-0170 to schedule an appointment.