Online | 8th November 2010
I have lost 6 teeth over the years as I could not afford fillings and other work and had them pulled out. I am now able to look after my teeth better and would like to look into getting new teeth put in. I’ve heard it can be very costly. Do you have any information about costs and what the procedure entails?
Permanent tooth replacement is at the cutting edge of dental technology and usually involves multiple disciplines including planning and radiographic examinations, surgical implant placement and eventual tooth replacement with implant-supported crowns. Naturally this is an involved and complicated process and there is no set formula for calculating fees in general.
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