What is an implant?
An implant looks like a titanium screw and could be labeled as an artificial root, which is placed on the spot of the original root or tooth that has been lost.
What does a treatment look like?
The treatment consists of several phases. First, we start a thorough research and will discuss a possible treatment plan. In the next phase, the implants will be placed by your dentist. If necessary, the implant will be lifted ‘above the gum’ during a second procedure. In the last phase, the construction will be built, for example a bridge on the implants.
The costs for a construction based on implants can vary wildly. This depends on costs for dental techniques, the kind of implantsystem and the method that is used. Also the extent of the treatment has an impact on the costs, a large construction with a bone repair operation will be much more expensive than a single crown on an implant with no bone repair.
In general you could say that a crown on an implant, without additional procedures, will cost between 1.600 and 2.200 euros. An appointment with one of our implantologists will give you more details on your specific situation.
A bridging prostheses based on two implants will costs around 3000 up to 4000 euros, of which the majority can be refunded by your insurance. Our implantologists could file a proposal to do this with your insurance. Your own dentist is able to refer you to our implantologists.