Although most edentulous patients are candidates for dental implants, many of them may not give this treatment option serious consideration because of its cost. If you want to increase the number of implants you restore, you’ll need strategies and systems capable of overcoming this barrier.
Shifting the Perspective on Implant Cost
There’s no question that implants cost more—considerably more—than treatment alternatives such as bridges or dentures, not to mention the possibility of living with a missing tooth. However, modern consumers understand and routinely rely on two concepts that can make a high-priced product or service more appealing than a low-cost alternative:
The market for implants is growing, as aging baby boomers experience a higher incidence of edentulism. By following these recommendations, you’ll be better able to take advantage of this outstanding opportunity.
This resource was provided by Levin Group, a leading dental consulting firm that provides dentists innovative management and marketing systems that result in increased patient referrals, production and profitability, while lowering stress. Since 1985, dentists have relied on Levin Group dental consulting to increase production.