An Investment In Your Smile

Choosing to have dental implants placed is a big decision, yet it is also a step in the right direction for your oral and overall wellbeing. One of the most common questions we are asked about the treatment is about the dental implant cost. However, this is a difficult question to answer with a specific dollar amount. Since every dental implant case is unique to each patient, the cost varies depending on their specific needs. During a personal consultation and oral examination with Dr. Nadia Pokrovskaya and our team, we will go over your oral needs and smile goals to understand completely what treatments will need to be performed. We believe in open and honest communication with our patients and will explain every step of the process as well as only recommend treatments that you actually need to achieve your dream smile.

Advantages Of Choosing Dental Implants

  • Permanent with proper care
  • Eat the foods you love
  • Speak clearly and confidently
  • Increased confidence and self-esteem
  • Preserve the jaw and improve oral health
  • Beautiful, natural-looking smile

Factors That Influence Dental Implant Cost

Number Of Teeth To Replace

We can replace missing teeth with individual implants, create dental implant bridges to span a gap of missing teeth and even provide you with implant supported dentures. Depending on how many teeth you need replaced or how many implants are being placed, the overall dental implant cost changes.

Bone Grafting

In order to place dental implants successfully, you must have the adequate amount of bone volume in your jaw to hold the implant post securely in place. Dr. Pokrovskaya is skilled at bone grafting, a procedure used to restore lost bone volume so implants to be placed and held securely within the jaw.

Tooth Extractions

If you have failing teeth due to disease or decay, we will likely need to extract these teeth to replace them with dental implants. If you are seeking implant supported dentures, any remaining teeth in the arch will need to be removed to make space for the denture prosthesis to fit.

Severity Of Your Case

Placing a single dental implant in a location of the mouth with proper bone volume is an easier procedure than replacing a full arch of missing teeth. The amount of work required will affect the overall dental implant cost. Replacing missing teeth as soon as possible is the best way to minimize your costs as bone loss will need to first be reversed with bone grafting.


When performing implant treatment, you will likely want to be sedated. We offer multiple forms of sedation, including IV sedation for a relaxing and nearly pain-free treatment. The more advanced forms of sedation will influence the dental implant cost more.

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