Dental Implant Cost
The number of missing teeth, the type of restoration, and your choice of dentist are the most important dental implant cost factors.
Dr. James Stein invites you to learn about these cost factors and how his Boston, MA, practice can help make them affordable.
Let’s take a closer look at how the cost of dental implant treatment is calculated...
Your Choice of Dental Implants Provider Is the Most Significant Cost Factor
PersonalizationEvery one of our implant procedures is custom-designed to meet the patient's needs and preferences. We ensure stunning results and patient satisfaction with our individualized treatment and dental care.
Safety & Dental TechnologyOur office in Boston's West End provides safe and efficient treatment using only the most state-of-the-art technology in restorative dentistry.
ExperienceDr. Stein has been practicing dentistry since 1985. HIs decades of experience and additional education in prosthodontics and implantology has resulted in a high rate of implant success and beautiful-looking replacement teeth.
Insurance companies cover the cost of crowns, bridges, and dentures, but implants rarely qualify for coverage. We don’t want the cost to stand between you and a healthy, functional new smile, so we offer solutions to help make dental implants affordable.
Our dental practice works with several third-party financing companies that can help you pay for your treatment in manageable monthly installments with low interest rates. We will help you choose a payment plan that works with your budget.
You Can Actually Save Money By Investing in Dental Implants
"Dr. James Stein is a world-class dentist."
Dr. James Stein is a world-class dentist. I was referred to him years ago by a renowned periodontist because my mouth's challenges require the expertise of a highly trained, innovative and meticulous professional. For nearly three decades, Dr. Stein has provided me and my family with superior care.View On Google
Posting this on behalf of my wife who had a problem with an implant installed a few years ago in a different place. The abutment became loose. She visited a few doctors aroubd here and no one was able to screw it back to implant w/o destroying the crown. Finally, she had been recommend to Dr James Stein who had all the tools and skills to fix the problem easily. Thanks Dr. James!View On Google