Dental Implant FAQs
Simple questions. Simple answers.
Here are the most common questions that people have in regards to dental implants.
Is the dental implant procedure very painful?
Our treatment centre is equipped with advanced 3D CAT Scan equipment and that allows us to insert implants with minimal invasive surgical techniques. That means that we can drill at precise angles and depths to avoid nerves and minimize pain, bleeding and patient discomfort.
Does smoking impact my ability to get dental implants?
No. There is a slightly higher risk for complications, but that can be discussed at your consultation.
Are there any long-term risks associated with dental implants?
Dental Implants have one of the highest long-term success rates of any dental procedure (at 95% or better). The titanium material, from which they are made, is very biocompatible with the human body and ensures long-term success.
How much do they cost?
Are Implants covered by insurance?
Many private insurance plans have partial reimbursements for dental implants but they vary depending on the company. You should speak directly to your insurance provider for the coverage offered.
Besides insurance, are there other ways to reduce the costs of dental implants?
Our treatment centre offers affordable payment plans to make dental implants more accessible to more people. Dental implants are also considered a medical expense and can be deducted from your income tax.
Ready find out more about your options?
Let us help. If you are looking for a dental implant surgeon, an implant dentist, or a restorative dentist; consider the Compleo Dental Implant Treatment Centre. We are synonymous with tooth implants and tooth dental implants in Toronto. If you would like to replace a tooth, replace multiple teeth, or would like more information on dental implant dentistry, feel free to contact us to schedule a complimentary appointment. We can provide you with multiple dental implant solutions including all on six (all-on-six), all on 4 (all-on-4), dental implants dentures, affordable dental implants, and tooth or teeth replacement.