What you pay for
We´d like our patients to know beforehand what they are in for!
The costs for an implantation consist of a number of factors. Besides necessary measures at the jaw bone, the so-called jaw bone buildup, the materials used and the applied surgical method set the financial expense. Costs for the potential demand for the team of anaesthists are to be added.
Taking a short-term view usually makes an implantation the most cost-intensive kind of dental treatment. However, in medium to long-term aspects, costs are relative, not to mention that an implantation represents an obvious gain in health and quality of living. An implantation with a high claim to quality can never be cheap. On the other hand, an implantation gets extremely expensive if a bad success requires a new treatment. Therefore, only premium materials should be used. Especially complicated interventions should be reserved for the expert.
Since every patient brings along individual preconditions, a global cost estimation via telephone or email without an examination and an evaluation of an X-ray image cannot be serious. According to our medical principles a cost estimate can only be made following detailed dental findings and the discussion about the intended goal of treatment. On this basis we build a precise treatment plan including a detailed cost scheme.