At National Dental, we can replace single, multiple and full arches of failing or missing teeth. Depending on your needs, the overall dental implant cost will change, as replacing more teeth generally increases the overall dental implant cost. In some instances, like with All-on-4®, we can replace an entire arch of teeth with just four dental implants.
If you have failing teeth or few remaining teeth, they will need to be extracted to make space for dental implants. The number of teeth that need to be removed will alter the overall dental implant cost.
A dental implant requires adequate bone volume in order to be successfully placed and stable within the jaw. When bone deterioration has occurred or there is not enough bone, bone grafting is necessary to restore volume and allow for implants to be placed. Depending on your level of need, the dental implant cost may be altered.
Certain teeth are more difficult to replace within the mouth depending on their location. If you have teeth that are in the upper molar area or in the front “smile zone” of your mouth, the dental implant cost may change.
During surgery, most patients choose to be sedated to ease their anxiety and block sensations of pain. The level of sedation you choose will directly affect the overall dental implant cost. We have doctors certified to administer advanced IV sedation as well as a variety of other levels.