The Cost of Dental Implants in San Jose, CA

Our oral surgery practice makes it possible for more patients in Sunnyvale, San Jose, and Milpitas, CA, to afford dental implants by offering a variety of payment and financing options.

Affordable Tooth Restoration in Sunnyvale, San Jose, and Milpitas, CA

Your needs are unique to the state of your oral health and goals for your smile. Therefore, the cost of treatment varies from patient to patient. After one of our oral surgeons has created your individualized treatment plan, our staff will walk you through the pricing. The cost of a dental implant varies depending on several factors. These include:

  • The number of dental implants you need (single dental implants will cost less than a full mouth of implants)
  • Your choice of anesthesia (we offer local anesthesia, nitrous oxide, IV sedation, and general anesthesia; most patients undergo local anesthesia for single implant placement, or IV sedation for more complex procedures)
  • If you require additional procedures, such as tooth extraction or bone grafting
  • The overall complexity of your dental implant procedure
  • The details of your dental insurance

Our administrative staff is highly knowledgeable in submitting insurance claims and answering all of your financial questions. If you have a question about your account or are interested in starting your oral surgery journey with us, please contact one of our offices in Sunnyvale, San Jose, and Milpitas, California.

Ways to Afford the Treatment You Need

At Beech & Reid Oral & Dental Implant Surgery, it is our goal to make sure every patient receives the care they need. We want to improve the health of others—and their self-esteem, too. Our practice proudly offers a variety of payment options, so you can choose the right one for your financial needs. We partner with financing institutions that have helped thousands of patients nationwide receive dental implants and other oral surgery care. To learn more about what dental implants are and how they can benefit your smile, visit our Dental Implants page.

Our practice accepts these forms of payment:

  • Visa®️
  • Mastercard®️
  • Discover®️
  • American Express®
  • Cash
  • Personal check

Financing Dental Implants

Sometimes, insurance does not always cover the cost of treatment. Financial institutions help to cover these expenses, and CareCredit® is an institution that has helped thousands of people afford the care they need. CareCredit is a credit card that covers out-of-pocket expenses not covered by your insurance. You can use your credit card at oral surgery offices, dental practices, and even vet clinics for your pets.

By joining the 225,000 providers nationwide who are enrolled with CareCredit, our practice makes dental implants and other surgical procedures more affordable. It’s easy to apply and once approved, you select the short or long-term repayment plan to suit your lifestyle. When it’s time to pay after your dental implant surgery, simply use your CareCredit credit card. Then, pay off your card balance over time. This is just one way the team at Beech & Reid Oral & Dental Implant Surgery is helping more people have access to the necessary care they need.

Learn more about CareCredit and apply for your credit card on the official CareCredit website.

An Investment Worth Making

By investing in replacing missing or failing teeth with dental implants now, you prevent numerous procedures from being necessary in the future. When a tooth is absent, the gums around it and bone beneath it start to deteriorate. If the tooth is not replaced with a dental implant, which has a post designed to act like a tooth's root, severe jaw bone atrophy can occur. This can lead to extensive bone repair treatment, which often requires multiple surgeries. Patients with gum disease may suffer from tooth loss as a result of teeth loosening over time.

Missing teeth can also lead to dental shifting, which may require braces. The cost of orthodontic care can stretch over several years, as it takes time for teeth to become properly realigned. Patients missing multiple teeth can benefit from a full mouth of dental implants, or a completely new smile using full-arch restoration. This treatment uses implants to support a fixed prosthesis, providing long-term functional and cosmetic benefits that traditional dentures cannot.

Not having a complete smile leads many people to want to hide their smiles. With dental implants, our surgeons help patients restore their smiles with confidence and convenience.