Considering getting dental implants? If so you probably have a lot of questions: who should I see, what kind of treatment is best for me, how much will it cost … there are a lot of things to consider! Dental implants can be a life changing experience, and you want every bit of it to be good!
At New Albany Implants we’ve been doing right by our patients for decades. We’ve placed countless dental implants over the years and we’ve heard some pretty familiar questions, complaints, and opinions from our patients about what’s worked well and what hasn’t. Today we’re going to share those tips with you so you know just what to look for when it comes time to get your dental implants.
Your Consultation Should Include YOU
It’s all too common to go in for a consultation that involves your dentist telling what kind of care you’re going to get, and not being given options or input on major procedures. This “dentist knows best” mindset has lead to plenty of people who paid too much for services they didn’t want or need –- it’s simply not fair!
Our New Albany office is set up around patient input every step of the way. Each exam room features a computer screen that’s mounted in perfect view of our dental chairs, so you won’t even have to turn around to see what we’re seeing or ask questions.
Deciding on what kind of dental care you get with us is a collaborative experience. We always provide our customers with options, alternatives, and the best possible solutions and YOU get to decide what ends up happening to your mouth.
Treatment Plans Shouldn’t Leave Your Surprised
Do you ever worry about being ripped off due to hidden fees, extra charges, and all sorts of nickel-and-dime add-ons that you didn’t know about before your procedure? It’s pretty common for “accidents” to happen that leave you with surprises when it’s time to pay, and those surprises can be costly!
Once we’ve decided on a treatment plan together we’ll draw up the total cost of the procedures for you so that you can see what everything is going to cost – without any hidden fees or charges. We stand by our treatment plans and always include each and every charge that you’ll see on your final bill. There’s no surprises when it’s time to pay your bill at New Albany Implants.
Dental implants are designed to be permanent, and for almost every single patient they are. But in case the unexpected happens you’d like to know your dentist has your back, right? Offering a guarantee on implants is something that every patient should expect. With normal wear, proper use, and thorough dental hygiene you shouldn’t be stuck paying to have an implant reattached if it falls out or fails.
We’re proud to offer a warranty on our dental implants that goes above and beyond: you get ten years of complete protection on your implant work. If your implants last ten years they’ll definitely last you for life, and we don’t think you should have to pay a dime if something goes wrong before that!
Your Dentist Should Personally Trust All Their Services
Here’s a story: a few years ago we stopped placing mini implants in the upper jaw to support fixed bridges. Information came out that mini implants may not be strong enough to last for life and provide enough support to fixed teeth, and that’s enough for us. We have a saying at New Albany Implants: we don’t recommend anything we wouldn’t do for our family or staff.
We want you to be supremely confident in the dental care you’ll receive, and we can’t ask for your trust if we would actually be willing to take chances with your care. We’ve built a reputation based on great results, happy patients, and reliable treatments – we wouldn’t jeopardize that for the world!
You Should Always Be Able To Get More Info
Questions can arise at any time, both before and after implant placement. You shouldn’t have to worry about being left in the dark about your care, what to expect, or how to confront any problems along the way.
Our entire team at New Albany Implants is here for you. We’re committed to providing great care that includes every bit of information you need whenever you need it. If you have questions about dental implants you can always call us at (812) 945-7645! If you would rather schedule a dental implant roadmap appointment you can request one online. We look forward to seeing you soon!