How Much Does it Cost to Remove All Your Teeth and Get Implants?
Are you suffering from failing, decaying or broken teeth? You’re not alone. Whether from aging, genetics, or lifestyle habits, failing teeth affect more than just your smile.
From embarrassing photos and lower self-confidence, to missing out on your favorite foods and even impacting your overall health, dental implants can help.
But how much does it cost to remove all your teeth and get implants? Can you afford it? Can you afford not to? After all, poor oral health has been linked to an increased risk of cardiovascular disease, diabetes, respiratory infections, and even dementia.
This guide will help you learn more about the costs associated with removing all of your teeth for implants, also known as endosseous implants.
The Cost of Teeth Extractions in Preparation for Implants
The cost of a tooth extraction is calculated based on a variety of factors. As such, each patient’s bill for an extraction may vary widely. That said, the average price range for a tooth extraction in the United States is between $75 up to $200 per tooth. In some cases, the use of anesthesia and an anesthesiologist may bring the total cost well above $200.
If a tooth is impacted, meaning it is stuck beneath the gums and has not yet ‘erupted’, this requires minor surgery and anesthesia. Impacted teeth cost upwards of $600 to $4000 per extraction.
Lastly, there will be differences between providers based on experience, facility, modern technology, experience and more.
Full Mouth Dental Implants Cost
1. Full Mouth Dental Implants
Full mouth dental implants is a term used to describe any dental implant solution with a goal of replacing your full set of pearly whites. Full implants are often an ideal alternative to uncomfortable, high-maintenance dentures.
Average Cost of Full Mouth Dental Implants: $8000 – $68,000
2. All on 4 Implants
All on 4 implants and similar (such as ‘All on 6 Implants’ or ‘All on 8 Implants’) take a less invasive approach, using a minimal number of implanted posts (i.e. 4-8) to securely and reliably anchor a full set of upper and lower prosthetic/artificial teeth.
Average Cost of All-On-4 Implants: $25,000 (but an upper OR lower set can run between $3500-$30,000 depending on a wide range of factors)
3. Same Day Full Mouth Dental Implants
The advertisement of these implants as “same day” is a bit misleading. A ‘Same Day Full Mouth Dental Implant’ is one that is completed in one procedure (same day) but only after the patient has had separate appointments for a full evaluation, imaging, etc. The benefit is that in some cases, the implants can be placed the same day as the tooth extractions.
Average Cost of Same Day Full Mouth Dental Implants: $15,000 per arch (upper and lower)
Cost Breakdown of Removing All Your Teeth and Getting Implants
Below is a basic breakdown of the expenses involved with getting dental implants. Prices below are on a ‘per tooth’ basis.
- Initial Consultation and Exam: $60-$300
- Imaging and diagnostics: Xray ($75-$200), Cone Beam CT ($150-$750)
- Teeth Extraction: $150-$800 per tooth (on up)
- Bone Grafting (if needed): $200-$300 for simple, Complex ($1000-$1500)
- Abutment: $300-$600
- Crown (for implant): $875-$3100
- Dental Implant: $1500-$3500
- Anesthesia: Light sedation ($200-$400)
So Why is Removing All of Your Teeth for Implants so Expensive?
Get a Hollywood smile you deserve and will be proud to show off. Improve oral health, speech, facial structure and features, and eat all of the foods you love again!
Call or message our office today for an initial consultation and to learn more about whether or not full mouth dental implants are the right option for you or your loved one.
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