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Dr. Hunter Dawson

Medically reviewed by Dr. Hunter Dawson

Affordable Restorative Treatments


An investment in your health is one worth making. Our team at Carolinas Center for Dental Implants makes restorative oral surgery available to more patients by offering many financial options. The price of dental implants can vary. Every patient is different, and to find out the exact cost of your individual treatment, you will need to schedule a consultation with one of our oral surgeons at any of our offices located in Charlotte, NC, and many of the surrounding areas.

The total cost of your dental implant treatment varies depending on:

  • Your dental insurance
  • How many teeth you need replaced
  • The type of dental implant you need
  • Your chosen form of anesthesia (we offer both local and general anesthesia, nitrous oxide, and IV sedation)
  • The need for additional procedures, such as bone grafting or tooth extractions
  • The overall extent of your surgical procedure

We will discuss all of these items with you during your first visit. If you are interested in tooth replacement, there are many options to consider. All of our offices are equipped with 3D imaging technology to perform detailed digital scans, which help diagnose problems and create predictable results throughout your restorative journey.

It is our goal to be as transparent as possible about your care, and our staff will provide you with a cost estimate upfront. During the consultation, your oral surgeon will talk you through your options for treatment and together, you will determine the right treatment plan for your health and financial needs. If you are ever concerned about the cost of payment, please contact our front desk. Our administrative personnel are well-versed in insurance policies and are happy to assist you or clear up any confusion.


Dental Implants: The Long-Term Missing Tooth Solution

Dental implants are unlike any other tooth restoration solution. In fact, they are the only option that helps preserve the jaw bone. The implant post is embedded into the jaw bone, similar to a tooth’s root. When you chew, the post stimulates the jaw bone. This keeps it healthy and strong, along with your other teeth roots.

Removable bridges and dentures only sit on top of the ridge in your mouth and do not protect your jaw bone. Without stimulation, the jaw will deteriorate over time. This can lead to sagging facial features or dental misalignment. Additionally, many people with dentures dislike the sores caused by ill-fitting appliances. Because dental implants are embedded into the jaw, there are no moving parts and no sores.

Whether you’re looking to replace a single tooth or an entire arch of teeth, your dental implant can serve your smile for a lifetime. Dental care for your implants includes brushing, flossing, and seeing your dentist for checkups. Caring for your replacement teeth is as easy as caring for your natural teeth. They are designed to replicate natural teeth, both in function and appearance, and when cared for properly, will last a lifetime.


We Are Here For You

Learn about dental implants, schedule an appointment, and more at Carolinas Center for Dental Implants. Our office is in South Charlotte near the Ballantyne/Blakeney area. We look forward to meeting you and exploring your tooth restoration options.