Dental Implants Cost
If you’re considering dental implants to address tooth loss, you’re probably curious about the cost of treatment.
The average cost for a single dental implant is $2,200 at Periodontal Associates of Jackson, but prices can vary.
Read on to learn about what affects the cost of dental implants at our practice in Jackson, MS.
How Much Do Dental Implants Cost?
At Periodontal Associates of Jackson, the average cost to replace one tooth with an implant is $1,795, and replacing an arch of teeth with an All-on-4® implant-supported denture is $12,000, much less than the industry average costs for these procedures.
Because implant dentistry treatments are highly specialized for each patient, prices can vary. Your implant doctor can determine a more accurate figure during a consultation at our Jackson, MS, office. The total cost of your implant treatment may be influenced by the following factors:
Dental Implants Cost Factors
Number of Implants
It takes a single dental implant, abutment, and implant-supported crown to replace one missing tooth. However, if you are missing an entire dental arch of natural teeth, it will take an implant-supported denture, six to eight implants, and the same number of abutments to restore your smile. While using a greater number of implants and larger restorations will increase the cost of your dental care, you can rest assured that you are making a long-term investment in the health and function of your smile regardless of how many teeth you are replacing.
Some patients can qualify for implants right away, while others require preparatory dental care. If you have been missing natural teeth for an extended period of time, you may have experienced some degree of jawbone deterioration. Dental implants anchor into the jawbone, so there must be sufficient jaw tissue present for maximum stability. We can perform a bone graft or sinus lift to restore lost jaw tissue at our Jackson, MS, practice. Preparatory dentistry will increase how much your dental implants cost, but it can make all the difference for a successful treatment.
Placing a dental implant is not especially painful. It typically takes nothing more than local anesthetic to complete the procedure. However, if you have dental anxiety, sensitivity, or difficulty sitting for long periods of time, sedation can make your experience comfortable and relaxing. Some patients who need to replace a full mouth of teeth with implants and dentures opt to receive sedation in order to help the procedure pass quicker. Choosing to receive sedation during your implant surgery will increase your total costs, but the peace of mind it can afford you is priceless.
Ready for Your Personalized Quote? Request a Consultation Today
The best way to find out what restoring your smile with dental implants will cost is to visit our office in Jackson for a comprehensive consultation. One of our doctors will meet with you to conduct a thorough dental examination and discuss your treatment goals. Whether you're looking to replace just one tooth with an implant and crown or a full mouth of teeth with implant-supported dentures, we are committed to fair and transparent pricing and will never try to upsell you on any treatments you don't need to give you the results you're looking for.
To take the first step towards a happier, healthier smile, request your implant consultation today. You can contact us online or call:
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Are Dental Implants Really Worth It?
In our opinion, absolutely. Dental implants do more than just restore your smile—they keep your jawbone healthy and can prevent a range of other dental issues.
Your tooth roots stimulate your jaw every time you bite down. When teeth are missing, the jaw begins to atrophy from lack of stimulation, which can cause your existing teeth to shift and your facial appearance to change. By replacing missing tooth roots with dental implants and missing teeth with implant-supported restorations, you can prevent jawbone atrophy and the issues that come with it, which are often more expensive to treat than receiving dental implants in the first place.
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