The dental Implants cost depend on the Location, case complexity, implant type, the need for supplementary procedures like bone grafting or extractions, the dentist’s experience, and the materials used for the prosthetics (such as crowns or dentures) can all have a significant impact on the final price tag for a full mouth of dental implants. I can give you a rough range based on what I know as of the end of September 2021, but bear in mind that these numbers may have altered after then.
Depending on the number of implants needed, the type of implants used, and the quality of the abutments and prosthetics used, the total cost of a complete mouth implant-supported restoration might be anywhere from $20,000 to $45,000. The price can vary depending on whether it’s for one or both arches. The price may be less than or more than the midpoint of this range, though.
Some of the variables that can affect the final price tag are outlined below.
- Implant Quantity:- The greater the quantity of implants need, the greater the price tag.
- All-on-4 and All-on-6 implants, compared to more conventional implant options, can be more or less expensive.
- Bone grafting, extractions, and other operations used to get you ready for surgery will increase the price.
- The cost of prostheses can vary depending on factors such as the material used (porcelain, zirconia, acrylic, etc.) and the type of prosthesis being made (fixed bridges, overdentures, etc.).
- Place:- The price of dental care might range widely from one area to another.
- Dentist’s Work History:-Dentists with extensive training and expertise may ask for a higher fee.
- Clinic Overheads:- The overall cost may be affected by the dental clinic’s operational expenses.
- Anesthesia and Sedation:-The price may go up if you need a different kind of anesthesia or sedative.
- Follow-up Care:- Dentists’ fees may encompass follow-up visits and adjustments.
Dental implants are considered by many insurance companies to be a cosmetic operation and hence may not be fully covered. However, some aspects of the treatment, such extractions and other essential procedures, may be reimbursed. It’s best to talk to dentists in your region and get estimates from several different places to get a good idea of how much a full set of implants might set you back. Some dental offices may even have payment plans available, so it’s worth asking about.
Dr. Swapnil Pande
BDS, MDS, Ph.D (Implantology)
Prosthodontist & Implantologist
Dr. Richa Mehta
BDS, MDS, FAGE
Prosthodontist & Cosmetic Dentist