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  1. Arti says:

    Your insurance may cover a portion of the dental implants. However, it won’t cover all it, and in a few cases, it may not cover any of it. Generally, subperiosteal implants are more expensive, but they aren’t used as often since many patients may have a portion of their jawbone replaced – eliminating the need for this type of implant. They’re the most common type of implant. During an endosteal procedure, our dentist situates the implants in the jawbone. Generally, these implants are comprised of titanium and look similar to small screws. Two alternative types of dental implants exist: endosteal and subperiosteal.

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