Looking for answers about the cost of full mouth dental implants? We have answers. Full Mouth Dental Implant Cost can vary from provider, but cost between $15,000 and $55,000 at NuSet Dental Implants and Oral Surgery.
Customized Full Mouth Dental Implant Cost
Your cost for dental implants depends on three primary variables:
- Which Dental Implant Procedure is Right for You
- What Materials are used in the Dental Implants
- Who you Choose as your Dental Implant Provider
Large national chains have strong marketing campaigns that advertise enticing low costs. But the truth is, they will end up charging you far more for a one-size-fits-all approach than you would pay for customized treatment at NuSet Dental Implants and Oral Surgery.
Which Dental Implant Procedure is Right for You
There are three primary procedures available for full mouth dental implant restorations. The first is often called All-on-4 dental implants; this is typically done in one day and the patient walks out of the office with new teeth fixed to implants. This option is generally the most expensive because of the skilled time required and materials used. Plus, it’s important to note that the patient will still not be able to eat like normal until their mouth heals in the following months.
The second option is also a fixed dental implant procedure but instead of everything done in one day, the dental implants are given 3-4 months to heal before the permanent teeth are attached. This procedure is much less expensive than the All-on-4 but the patient does need to wear a temporary denture during the healing process while the implants settle. With each of these fixed options, only a doctor can remove the teeth from the implants for cleaning.
The third primary procedure is an implant supported denture where the prosthetic teeth (or the dentures) are attached to the implants but can be removed by the patient anytime for cleaning. This is the least expensive and most affordable dental implant option and the preferred choice of many patients.
What Materials Are Used in Dental Implants
The next variable that influences the cost of dental implants are the materials used. It is important to note that the material used is often determined by how the temporary teeth react to it. There are two primary options: zirconia and polycarbonate.
Zirconia is on the more expensive end of the spectrum, and is typically used for the All-on-4 procedure. It is considered about 200% stronger than porcelain and has a pleasing look. Some patients complain that they hear a clicking sound when chewing and others lament that their new teeth chipped within the first five years.
Polycarbonate is also a popular choice, and a more affordable material. This is the most commonly used material for prosthetic teeth, and thus, millions of people report being happy with its performance.
Who you Choose as your Dental Implant Provider
The last variable in your dental implant journey is the clinic you choose, but this is arguably the most important. After all, it is the dental implant provider who will recommend the procedure and materials to be used.
While prices vary significantly depending on where you have your procedure done, national chains typically charge the highest prices. In reality, they spend tens of millions of dollars in advertising and have to recoup that money somewhere.
However, at NuSet Dental Implants and Oral Surgery, we will determine the right procedure for your medical situation at a fair price. This may even be an implant supported removable procedure, starting at $15,000. We also offer cash discounts and financing options that fit most any budget.
New technology has made dental implants less invasive and more affordable. Learn more when you schedule a free consultation at NuSet Dental Implants and Oral Surgery.
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