What Are The Cost Of Dental Implants?

Also, dental implants are an investment to your physical self.  As you get older, your jaw will deteriorate and your face shape will change.  This will make you look older.  Implants will help your jawbone from deteriorating over time. Dentures and bridges will not do this.
We encourage you to change the way you think about implants.  Think of it more as an investment and not as an expense.


So now that you have changed your mindset on how to think about dental implants, lets understand the cost.  A single dental implant can cost $1,500 – $2,000.  This cost is not for the procedure for a single dental implant, but for just the single implant. Many people require more than a single implant, which of course increases the cost. Other costs that are involved include:


  • Pre-op care
  • Post-op care
  • Office visits
  • The abutment (part that connects the implant to the crown)
  • The crown
  • Cost of tooth and root extraction

These additional costs are $1,500 – $2,000.  This means that a single dental implant can cost anywhere from $3,000 – $4,800

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