Dental Implant Cost
Dental implants are the only way to prevent jaw atrophy after losing a tooth, but what's the cost?
The national average cost of a single dental implant in the United States falls between $3,000 and $4,500.
Lucie Dental provides competitive pricing and financing options to make the cost of implants manageable for Port St. Lucie, FL, patients.
Factors That Affect Dental Implant Cost
Number of Implants
The more implants you need, the more the cost of your treatment will increase; however, if you have a full-arch of missing teeth, you can choose to undergo All-on-4® dental implant surgery. This method will cost less than replacing multiple teeth.
To qualify for dental implant surgery, patients must have sufficient jawbone and be free of gum disease, tooth decay, and other infections that could impede the dental implant process. Dr. Azari can complete these procedures prior to your implant surgery.
Many patients undergo dental implant surgery with just local anesthesia, an option that numbs the surgical site, but does not put the patient to sleep. The total cost of your treatment will increase if you choose to add a sedation method on top of local anesthesia.
A dental crown, bridge, removable denture, or fixed denture will be necessary to restore your teeth above the gumline. The cost of restorations varies and will influence the overall cost of your treatment. During your free consultation, Dr. Azari can review your options and determine which restoration best suits your budget and needs.
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How Can I Pay for Treatment?
Dental implants aren't covered by dental insurance, but your insurance may contribute to the cost of your restoration. We work with most insurance companies.
To make out-of-pocket costs more manageable, we offer financing through CareCredit®, a third-party lender that allows patients to make low or no interest monthly payments.