Dental Implants Cost
Getting dental implants to replace missing natural teeth and improve your oral health could be the best investment you will ever make.
According to the ADA, dental implant costs average $5,000 per missing tooth, although fees can vary due to many factors.
Learn more about dental implants costs as well as affordable financing options offered by skilled Cincinnati, OH, dentist Warren Gase, DDS.
Can Dr. Gase Make Dental Implants More Affordable?
Yes. Because dental insurance rarely covers implant surgery itself, our dental practice offers low-interest financing to help make out-of-pocket costs more manageable. And even though dental insurance does usually cover a portion of your restorations, out-of-pocket costs may still remain.
Dr. Gase accepts payment through trusted lenders like CareCredit® and LendingClub® so you can achieve your smile goals without taking a huge bite out of your bank account. Contact our Cincinnati, OH, office to learn more about financing.
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Investing in Dental Implants Can Yield Amazing Results
7 Factors That Can Affect Dental Implant Costs
Number of Implants
The average cost of one implant to replace one missing tooth is about $5,000. Several implants needed to replace a full arch of missing teeth could cost over $30,000.
Additional Dentistry Procedures
Some of Dr. Gase's patients do not have enough healthy jawbone to support implants. Therefore, your referred oral surgeon may perform a bone graft to strengthen the implant placement areas. This will incur an extra charge. Extracting decayed teeth will also add to the final cost.
Implants that are surgically placed in the front of your mouth may cost more than implants placed in the sides or back of your mouth.
Implant Materials and Parts
Implants can be made from titanium or metal-free zirconia. Both have different price points. Also, the implant itself is made of two pieces: the post that is surgically placed in your jaw and a connector called the abutment. Sometimes, abutments are not included in the price of the implant.