How Much Are Dental Implants?
The cost of dental implants has become more affordable because of the number of reliable dental implant companies. The total cost of a dental implant will vary depending on the difficulty of the procedure and the experience of the dentist. This will also depend on whether an eligible candidate requires a single, multiple, or full mouth of dental implants.
For patients who require a single tooth implant, one can expect to pay anywhere from about $1,500-$4,000. There are some cases where the abutment and crown can add an extra $500-$3,000 on top of the original amount. Surgery and the initial consultation are typically included in this and the price may still vary depending on other conditions of the teeth and the difficulty of the procedure.
A patient who requires multiple teeth replaced with implants can multiply the single tooth implant cost by the number of single teeth missing. If many teeth in a row are missing, not every tooth requires an implant as a bridge can be a suitable replacement at the dentist’s discretion and expertise.
Full mouth dental implants can be similar to fixed dentures, or multiple single tooth implants however the latter can be quite a bit more expensive. The permanent denture (All on 4, All on 6) is continuing to increase in popularity because of the benefits including cost reduction. If your dentist decides you require a single arch or possibly both arches replaced, you could be looking at a cost that varies depending on materials used and the number of implants placed. Typically it costs from $15,000-$30,000 per arch for an implant fixed denture. Single-tooth implant full mouth replacement would be a multiple of the single tooth implant cost, which is much higher considering the 28 teeth in a mouth.
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