One thought on “Do I Need to Get a Dental Implant Immediately After Tooth Loss, or Can I Wait?

  1. Arti says:

    you can definitely wait to get dental implants if you wish, but it’s important to know you’ll begin to lose jawbone density in the area. As all plans differ, the specific coverage amount will depend on the standards set by your insurance holder. Eventually, your jaw may be too thin or weak to support a dental implant, in which case you might need a bone graft beforehand to strengthen it. In a few cases, dental insurance will cover a portion of the dental implant process. If, however, you need restorative work done before the implant procedure starts, most plans will cover from 50-70% of the cost after your deductible has been met.

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