How Much Do Dental Implants Cost?


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Anonymous answered
Dental Implants has various applications it can be used to replace a single or multiple teeth without affecting adjacent teeth, to support bridgework or replace a partial denture, to help support or secure upper or lower dentures

Depending on procedure cost varies. It is best to consult a specialist
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Ryanna Brown answered
Going by the sights I looked at about $30,000 and up for a full set of teeth... $3,000 - $5,000 for just a few...
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Lance Timmerman answered
Implants come in 3 parts, the body, the abutment and the crown.  Be sure when asking fees that you ask for the total fee, as some offices will say a very low fee for one part, but have very high fees for the other 2.  An average fee for a single implant body is $2000.  An average abutment fee (connects the body to the crown) is $500, and an average implant crown is $1500.  So for a single tooth, the total would be around $4000.You may find an office quote $1000 for an implant, but their abutment is $1000 and the crown $2000, so in the end there is no savings at all.Restoring an entire mouth with implants is usually NOT done with 28 implants.  Implant bridges are usually used, so while there would end up being 28 teeth, 12 implants may have been used.
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Typically implant cost is determined by your geographical locale.  Most are in the range of about $1600 - $2500 for th eimplant placement and then after healing (406 months) an abutment and crown are required which can range from $1500-$3000.  On average a complete implant from start to finish is roughly $3800.  Of course, if bone grafting is required, then it depends on the type of graft and size of graft used.

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