How much do dental implants cost?

Dental implants have a reputation for their ability to break budgets. A single dental implant can cost around $4,800, while full mouth dental implants can cost you $21,500 on average.

Those prices do not take into account insurance, dental plans, or any other discounts. But they also don’t include the costs of associated procedures. So, how bad is it?

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Single tooth implant cost

The average cost across the US for a single tooth implant is $4,800. The lowest prices start at $3,500 and may go up to $6,700.

The costs of a dental implant include the money you’ll pay for the surgical placement of the implant body, abutment, and crown. The materials of those influence the price most greatly.

In our estimates, we have taken into account a porcelain crown on a custom-made abutment (rather than the cheaper, pre-fabricated option).

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Dental implants have a very high success rate and are one of the best options to replace a front tooth permanently.

Use the calculator to check how the price changes in particular circumstances. Any prospective reimbursements are not taken into account in the values that pop up.

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Some additional procedures have been described in this article. This should help you decide which might be relevant in your case.

Full mouth dental implants cost

Multiple implants are an option for patients who are missing more than one tooth.

You should expect to pay about $10,000 for removable full-mouth dental implants and roughly $21,000 for fixed full-mouth dental implants.

Full mouth implants typeAverage costCost range
Removable implant-retained dentures$10,500$8,000-$17,500
Fixed implant-supported dentures$21,500$15,000- $28,000

Please note that these amounts concern the price for a single arch, top or bottom. If you are interested in replacing all of your teeth, double the values.

Play around with the calculator to see what costs you can expect in your situation. As mentioned above, the prices below are given before any prospective reimbursements.

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Associated procedures

Below you can find information that will help you guess which of the procedures you might need. These will generate additional costs, according to the ranges provided.

ProcedureAverage costCost range
Oral evaluation$100$50-$200
Panoramic X-ray$130$100-$250
Cone beam CT$350$150-$750
Tooth extraction$300$200-$700
Bone grafting$650$350-$1000
Disclaimer: The total cost of dental implants depends on numerous factors. These include the location, the experience of the person performing the procedures, and the materials used. The costs vary from state to state, from office to office, and even from dentist to dentist working in the same office. These prices show the average expenses involved without insurance or dental plans. We did our best to compile and take into account values from many sources, but the final decision as to which procedures must be performed and how much to charge for them is always ultimately made by the dentist. We give no guarantee that the prices you find here are the prices your dentist will quote.

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