Dental Implant Costs and Pricing

Dental Implant Costs and Pricing

We know that dental implant costs and pricing is one of the primary concerns many of our patients have. We work diligently with all patients to make dental implants as affordable as possible, including offering exceptionally low rates and accessible financing. On this page, you’ll find:

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How Much Do Dental Implants Cost

Individual Implants

The cost of your dental implants will largely be determined by what kind of procedure you receive. While there are a variety of factors that impact the final cost, there are two factors that will impact your overall costs the most. Are you getting single dental implants or an all-on-four procedure?

If you only need a single or a few individual dental implants, and you have a high level of dental health, then we’d recommend individual implants. 

  • The national average cost of individual implants ranges from $3,000-$6,000/tooth
  • The cost quickly adds up as the number of implants you need goes up (e.g., getting 3 individual implants can cost between $9,000 to $18,000)
  • Specific pricing will depend on location of the teeth in your mouth
  • Pricing will also depend on where you get the procedure done. For instance, the cost is higher in large metropolitan cities.

The cost of individual implants becomes expensive quickly. That’s why, for many of our patients who have many damaged and missing teeth, an all-on-four procedure is an ideal choice.

Full Arch (aka all-on-4)

A full arch replacement is a procedure that replaces the entire upper or bottom row of teeth. Instead of replacing each individual tooth, this procedure uses 4 implants to replace an entire row of teeth. This allows you to have a full row of natural-looking teeth without the cost of having several individual implants. 

Our cost for all-on-4 is $14,950/arch (national average is $25,000 – 40,000+/arch).

Our $14,950 price is all-inclusive: 

  • All appointments
  • All imaging requirements (e.g., CT scans)
  • The surgery with IV sedation to remove teeth and place titanium dental implants into the jawbone
  • Temporary teeth used during the recovery period
  • Custom, permanent teeth made from zirconia
  • All materials for the titanium implants and zirconia crown

For many of our patients, a full-arch replacement is the easiest, most cost-effective choice. If you’re unsure of which procedure will be best for you, our oral surgeons will provide their recommendations during your free, risk-free consultation (call us 1-866-974-1796).

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Cost of Snap-on Denture (aka over-dentures or anchored dentures)

Cost of Snap-on Denture (aka over-dentures or anchored dentures)

Snap-on dentures use implant screws to secure a removable denture inside the mouth. While the procedure might seem similar to that of full arch or all-on-4 dental implants, there are significant differences between the two procedures:

  1. Snap-on dentures are not permanent. While the implant screws are permanently placed into your jawbone, the snap-on denture will need to be replaced every 5 years. All-on-4 is permanent
  2. Snap-on dentures  need to be removed daily for thorough cleaning; an issue you won’t have with full-arch or all-on-4 dental implants.
  3. With snap-on dentures, patients lose biting power and comfort. You don’t have this issue with all-on-4

Snap-on dentures costs $8,000-$12,000 per arch upfront. Then, the cost of replacing the prosthetic every 5 years ranges from $2,500 – $5,000/arch.

In the long term, snap-on dentures cost more than all-on-4 and we generally do not recommend snap-on dentures to patients

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Why is our cost so much lower?

A common question we receive is how our offices can offer full-arch replacements at such a competitive price without sacrificing quality. Here are our unique advantages that allow us to offer top-quality care without sacrificing the level of care we provide to our patients

✓Our Offices Are Owned and Operated by Oral Surgeons

✓Our Offices Are Owned and Operated by Oral Surgeons

Unlike many of our national and regional competitors, our offices are owned and operated by highly skilled oral surgeons. This allows us to avoid the corporate overhead that is common with regional or nationwide brands, which allows us to offer much lower prices while still providing quality care.

✓Our Oral Surgeons Specialize in Dental Implant Procedures

✓Our Oral Surgeons Specialize in Dental Implant Procedures

Oral surgeons already have 4-6 years of additional education on top of receiving general dentistry certification. However, our oral surgeons also have a specific specialty for full-arch procedures. They have performed more than 5,000 successful full-arch replacements, and that expertise helps procedures be more efficient, and therefore more cost-effective.

✓Our Oral Surgeons Use the Latest Technology and Procedures

✓Our Oral Surgeons Use the Latest Technology and Procedures

Our oral surgeons stay up to date on the latest dental implant technologies and any new procedures that improve the overall procedure. Our oral surgeons have the expertise to learn and incorporate new technology and techniques into the procedure in order to produce high quality, natural looking teeth.

✓All dental implant procedures performed under IV sedation anesthesia

✓All dental implant procedures performed under IV sedation anesthesia

Unlike general dental offices, all procedures at America’s First Dental Implant Centers are performed under IV sedation. Because the patients are comfortably sedated, the oral surgeon is able to perform the surgery effectively and efficiently.

Pricing Comparison for Various Dental Procedures

  Cost Longevity
Snap On Dentures    

Overdenture: national average

$8,000 – $12,000/arch

Non-permanent (replace every 5 years).


Single Implant: national average

$3,000 – $6,000/tooth ($39,000 – $78,000/arch)


All-on-4: national average

$25,000 – $40,000/arch


All-on-4: Our Price

$14,950/arch (12-14 teeth per row)



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What They’re Saying

I went in to [America’s First] due to bad work from another dentist… the previous work needed to be fixed ASAP. Dr. walked me through how he would fix my implants and made me feel much more at ease. It was easy to work with his office to schedule the procedure. I am so happy I found him and his work is great! Definitely smiling big now =)

– Katelyn R.

Patient from Miami, FL

After several months of going to many dental offices for consults, I finally found America’s First Dental Implant Centers, and thank GOD I did… I drove all the way from Naples to Miami for my treatment and it was definitely worth it. I recommend America’s First to anyone that needs dental implants. Thank you to the Doctor and team at America’s First!

– Kenneth O.

Patient from Naples, FL

Big thank you to the Oral Surgeon doctor and staff at America’s First Dental Implant Center in Miami. I had a tooth that broke and needed to be replaced with a dental implant… The surgery was painless and I was asleep the entire time and now I have a brand new tooth. It was really a stress free experience and at a much lower price than other offices. I highly recommend America’s First to anyone that needs dental implants.

– David C.

Miami, FL

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Dental Implant Financing and Payment Options

Dental Implant Financing and Payment Options

Even though we offer a competitive cost for our dental implant procedures, we understand that many of our patients will still need financing options to cover the full cost. We partner with a variety of financing partners to make the cost of dental implants as affordable as possible. Many of our partners provide low or interest-free financing, depending on your credit score.

Are There Financing Options for Patients with Bad Credit?

We regularly work with patients who have poor credit and can’t afford the cost of implants outright. Regardless of your financial situation or credit, our office will exhaust all possible financing options to make dental implants as affordable as possible, even for patients with poor credit.

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Insurance Coverage for Dental Implants

Insurance Coverage for Dental Implants

Unfortunately, insurance do not typically cover the cost of dental implants. Most insurance companies consider dental implants to be a “cosmetic” procedure, which is why little to none of the cost of implants are covered.

There are a few exceptions to this rule, and usually apply when some kind of traumatic event or specific health issue necessitates the need of dental implants. Some of those scenarios include:

  • Physical trauma, like a car accident
  • Specific diseases or other medical conditions that cause tooth loss
  • Cancer treatments
  • Congenital defects where teeth have always been missing
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1. What dental implant payment plans do you offer?

We have partnered with several of financing partners to make dental implants as accessible as possible. What specific finance plan available to you will be based on several different factors, including your credit history.

Remember, we regularly work with patients to finance dental implants that have bad credit scores. If you’re concerned about how your credit history may impact your financing options, we encourage you to reach out to use for a free consultation.

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2. Does Medicare or Medicaid cover dental implants?

Medicare and Medicaid do not cover the cost of dental implants.

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3. Do I have to use one of your preferred lending partners to finance dental implants?

Patients are not required to use one of our lending partners to finance implant costs. We have had many patients that have secured lending through their personal bank or credit union. During our initial consultation, we’ll explore a variety of options to make it possible to afford dental implants.

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4. How long do dental implants last?

When dental implants are placed properly by a qualified surgeon, and when dental implants are appropriately cared for, they can last a lifetime. Dental implants are a genuine, permanent solution.

Compared to other dental procedures with recurring costs and regular needed replacements, dental implants are often the most cost-effective options for our patients.

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5. Why do dental implants cost so much more than dentures?

Dentures may be less expensive upfront, but they present many issues to our patients. For example:

  • Dentures require adhesives to remain in place. This will impact your ability to chew and speak naturally.
  • Dentures have to be removed every day and cleaned.
  • Low-cost dentures are made from low-quality materials. This will make them look unnatural and provide overall worse performance.
  • Dentures stain and turn colors over time, and can also easily break.
  • Dentures need to be replaced every 3-5 years, and patients are responsible for the cost.

And so while the low cost of common dentures might be appealing, they offer significant drawbacks when compared to dental implants.

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6. How do the prices of dental implants compare to snap-in dentures?

Snap-on dentures are the closest procedure to genuine all-on-four or teeth-in-a-day implants. Even though the procedures might seem similar, snap-on dentures have significant drawbacks:

  • Snap-on dentures are not permanent. The prosthetic teeth need to be taken out every night for cleaning
  • Snap-on dentures will need to be replaced approximately every 5 years.
  • Snap-on dentures look far less natural.
  • Snap-on dentures require yearly fitting adjustments.
  • Patients have significantly less bite strength with snap-on dentures compared to all-on-four dental implants.
  • The price of snap-on dentures is close to the price of our all-on-four dental implants.

Snap-in dentures cost $8,000-$12,000 per arch on average, with an extra $2,500 to $5,000 to replace the fake teeth every five years.

At America’s First, all-on-4 dental implants cost $14,950 per arch. There is no additional fee for replacing the bridge since all-on-4 dental implants are permanent. 

If cost is a primary concern keeping you from considering dental implants, we can discuss financing options during your initial, free consultation. The vast majority of our patients are able to finance dental implants, regardless of their financial situation. 

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