The prices of dental implants can vary between regions of the country, cities in a region an of course, they can even differ significantly between local dental practices. While all of the aforementioned can muddy the waters a bit, you can still get a general idea of how much you’ll end up paying for your second chance at a mouth full of healthy teeth.
Prices of parts
In general, you can expect to pay between $2,000 and $6,000 for a single dental implant. Though if you need more than one, and especially if you need a full set, you can expect the price to fall closer to the lower end of the price range.
The titanium implant post – this little threaded, titanium rod can range in price from about $1,000 to $3,000. It’s the part of the dental implant that is inserted into the jawbone to fuse with the bone and provide support in the same way the roots of natural teeth do.
The dental crown – this piece of hardened porcelain is shaped to function just like natural teeth and is colored to look like them as well. The price of this part ranges from $500 to $1500.
The abutment – this part serves as a connector. It mounts onto the implant post and connects the dental crown to
it. Prices for abutments ranges from $500 to $1,500
Factoring in Specialized Care
You’ll also have to pay for the specialized care needed to place your dental implants. Beyond the implant surgery, you may need other procedures in order to maximize your chance of long-term success with dental implants. This may entail bone grafting to build up areas where the bone had deteriorated, sinus lifts to make space for implants or tooth extractions to make way for them.