How Much do Dental Implants Cost?

Dental implants offer our patients an incredible variety of benefits, ranging from increased dental and overall health to a more beautiful smile that enhances confidence and self-esteem.

As we guide patients through the journey of the dental implants treatment plan, the inevitable question of cost always comes up. While we aren’t able to offer specific pricing options online, as costs can vary from patient to patient and we need to diagnose the problem before we offer prices, there are a few factors that usually determine the ultimate price of a dental implant procedure:


The type of implant we use plays a role in the final price of the procedure. We always try to use the best materials so that our dental implants last a long time and don’t have to be replaced often.


Many insurance plans don’t cover the whole dental implant procedure, but some may cover the cost of the crown that is placed after we secure the implant itself. It’s always important to contact your insurance provider to gain a solid understanding of your specific coverage.

Flexible Spending Accounts

A large number of patients currently hold flexible spending accounts through their workplace. These benefits can usually be used for dental treatments and can reduce the out-of-pocket burden that patients may face.

Regardless of your circumstances, we would love to meet with you to determine if a dental implant is the best treatment option to make your smile as beautiful as it can be.

If you have any questions about your dental health or if you would like to schedule a free consultation, please contact our team or make an appointment. Our incredible staff will give you the best dental care possible.

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