North Haven Dentist
Top Doctor Award in 2019
Dr. Mahmoud Aruri
North Haven, CT Dental Office
323 Universal Drive N
203-234-1785

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Making Dental Implants Affordable.

In nearly every situation at North Haven Dentist, if you have missing teeth or are wearing a denture, we have just the right affordable solution for you. It's just a matter of determining which option meets your need and fits your budget.
Full Arch Dental Implants

Full Arch 

Starting at

$22,995

Fee includes:

  • Complete Oral Evaluation
  • Cone-Beam CT Scan
  • 4-6 Implants per Arch
  • Fixed Provisional** Implant Prosthesis
  • Final Implant Prosthesis

This cost does not include bone graft surgery (required in some cases), extractions, or anesthesia.

Overdenture

Starting at

$9,999

Fee includes:

  • Complete Oral Evaluation
  • Cone-Beam CT Scan
  • 2-4 Implants per Arch
  • Basic Snap-In with  2/4

This cost does not include bone graft surgery (required in some cases) or anesthesia.

Single Implant

Starting at

$2,999

Fee includes:

  • Complete Oral Evaluation
  • Cone-Beam CT Scan
  • 1 Implant per Tooth
  • Abutment and Crown

This cost does not include extraction or bone graft surgery (required in some cases) or anesthesia.

* Our patients save on average $5,000 to $7,000 per arch. Other approaches require you to travel to different locations and work with various doctors, significantly increasing the cost of treatment. At our practice, the entire treatment is handled at one location with one doctor. Further, our lab work is performed at our partner lab for more savings.

FINANCING: We also offer many payment plans and options that make implants quite affordable at low monthly rates. If your credit score is average or even slightly below, we can help you apply online with a third-party financing company, and you’ll receive an instant decision in most cases. This pre-qualifying approach is a “soft” credit check. Some patients tap a friend, family member, or spouse to co-sign with them for financing if they don’t qualify. Other alternative options may also be available to you.

** What is a fixed provisional, and how is that different from the final prosthesis?
Provisional teeth are made of hard industrial plastic. They look, feel, and function like natural teeth. On the day of surgery, your provisional teeth are placed on top of the implants and remain in place for 2-4 months, allowing the appropriate amount of time for your jaw bone to adhere to the implants. After your bone securely heals to the implants, you will then receive your final lifetime teeth, usually made of zirconia, Prettau®, or other high-quality material.

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