When it comes to dental implant options in the Bay Area you have many different choices. The first one is whether to get them at all.
The fact is that many people ignore the problem, or perhaps they have to because they don’t have insurance or sufficient funds. It may depend on your point of view, because some people just think of losing teeth as “one of those things”, or perhaps they just don’t care about the gaps in their smile.
Other people rely on their dentist to tell them whether they should get them or not. Perhaps they are indecisive and want a “professional” opinion.
Then there are other people who decide that they DO want dental implant options in the Bay area but settle for one of those one-stop “super-chain” dental implant facilities because they seem “cheap”. And quite frankly, they may be. This is because they are almost certainly using cheap imported dental implants that may or may not last the course. Let’s face it: this is your BODY that you are dealing with. Do you really want the cheapest option, or would you prefer to have the best? It’s up to you, of course.
There are also people who decide to travel over to Mexico for dental options, for the same reason: they are cheaper. OK, labor rates in Mexico are lower than in the US, but they are almost certainly using cheap imports as well. Not only that, but by the time you have factored in the cost of going to Mexico, staying in a hotel, having your jaws examined, having to go back again for a check-up, and so on, it is probably gong to cost much the same as getting your dental implants in San Francisco.
We Are Not the “Cheapest”
Here at San Francisco Dental Implant Center, we are not the “cheapest”. We are here for those people who don’t want “cheap” and prefer to be taken care of by a real specialist such as our Dr Rabinovich or Dr Sandler, because they will settle for nothing less than the best. We do not, and never will, use those cheap imported dental implants because we have more respect for our patients. We only ever use the very finest materials.
Furthermore, in our office we use the very latest high-tech equipment, such as CT scanners which will show exactly how to avoid damaging nerves when undertaking the implant procedure.
So, yes, you have several dental implant options in the Bay Area, and the choice is entirely yours. Our doctors both happily provide patients with a free consult, so by all means click on the link at the top of the page and book yours today.