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Mar
31

The price of dental implants has dropped steadily, so maybe it's time you looked to this solution as the answer to your problems.

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As we write this blog, we’re listening to a radio debate between political figures and economists from north and south of the border on the implications of Brexit for the island of Ireland.


It’s sobering to say the least. And with the formal process of Brexit now officially triggered, there’s no more speculation as to whether the British may have a second referendum.


This is a particular shame for the economy of the Republic of Ireland, as the economy is doing very well in every other respect. It’s just that massive shadow of Brexit that is dampening the levels of consumer confidence that have been growing steadily over the past twenty months or so.


Most economists acknowledge that for a small, open economy like Ireland’s, we are dependent to a large degree on internal demand, i.e. the extent to which the ordinary Joe Soap feels confident enough to put his hands in his pocket and buy that new shirt or new TV or new car – all of which have a trickle-down effect on the wider economy.


And without doubt, one of the biggest reasons why people are putting their hands in their pockets these days is that there is amazing value out there on the market. You can see thin in the extra competition from the German discounters, for example, where the average food bill for the typical family has been driven down drastically in recent times.


You’ll also see this driving down of prices in areas like electronics. If you turn your back on the fancy new models of a tablet or a phone or a laptop computer, the amount of bang you can get for your buck these days beggars belief.


And in our own world of dentistry, the value is equally compelling. Just take the world of tooth implants as an example of this. This is very much the treatment of the day, delivering a fantastic way to fill in a gap in a smile. And while this was an expensive treatment when it first burst onto the scene.


The cost of dental implants has dropped steadily since then, however. If you want a single implant, this will cost you just €695. And if you add in the crown to go with it, it still only amounts to €1,395.


And if you need multiple teeth replaced, the cost per unit drops even further. For example, a 4-unit Bridge Over Implants will cost just €3,550, while a full arch restoration (involving dentures over implants) can be yours for just €5,980. This represents fantastic value for such a large amount of work.


And remember that you don’t have to shell out for your treatment all at once. Instead, you can opt for our 0% Dental Finance Plan, which lets you spread the cost over three months, six months or nine months.


So if you believe that there’s no such thing as cheap dental implants, then maybe it's time to revise your thinking? And if you'd like to study this topic a little more, then may we suggest the following article to you -  http://www.deardoctor.com/inside-the-magazine/issue-21/dental-implant-maintenance/