Rota Dental in Colorado Springs provides cost information on dental implants.

To understand dental implants fees, you need to know that there are two distinct parts of the treatment. There is the surgical phase, where the root form is implanted in the jawbone. This will have a separate fee, and will be a separate appointment.

To be done right, there needs to be a healing time for the root form to integrate with the jawbone. This healing period is called osseointegration. We strongly advise against trying to short-cut this step, as it increases the risk of dental implant failure.

Then there is a restorative phase, which takes place after the osseointegration is complete. There will be a separate fee for this procedure. If we are replacing a single missing tooth, this will be a single crown. If we are replacing all the teeth, this service will range from full mouth crown and bridge, which is the most expensive option, to an implant-supported denture, which is the least expensive.

Mini implants will cost a fraction of what standard implants cost. They may be 1/4 the cost. But then, more of them will be required to support a denture.

There are so many variables, that you can see it is difficult to provide a cost estimate over the phone. Hopefully these numbers will give you some guidelines. If you would like to know more specifically, we’d be happy to see you for a brief complimentary consultation. Dr. Rota can take a quick look and we can give you a rough idea of what your case would cost.