Dental implant cost factors range from how many teeth, bridge type, what the implants are made of and more.  In the end, they’re still extremely expensive and most dental insurance plans do not cover them. Read our free articles below to get more cost, procedure and material information.

There is no straightforward, one-size-fits-all answer to the question – how much are dental implants? When you’re talking costs, there are a few factors that go into it. First, the implant itself. There are a few part of the implant… . The implant itself. This is the part that’s inserted into your jawbone (this is…

Costs aren’t the only factor to consider when looking for dental implants. However, they’re a biggie for most people. And with the average cost of a single dental implant in the U.S. coming in at an eye-popping $4000 (for the implant, abutment and restoration/crown), it’s easy to understand why there’s a lot of people searching…

Dental implants are a form of replacement tooth roots that provide a stable foundation for replacement teeth. They are a great option for people who need replacement teeth and have healthy gums and enough bone to support the implants. What is the procedure for dental implants? There are usually 3 or 4 visits to the…

Let’s just come clean right off the bat here. Dental implants ain’t cheap. Some of the common reactions we’ve heard from folks when they find out what dental implants cost include: “Too much” “For millionaires only” “The cost of a small house” “After I hit the lottery” “I almost had a heart attack when I…

Looking for affordable dental implants? While costs aren’t the only factor to consider when looking for dental implants, they are a major one for most people. And with the average cost of a single dental implant in the U.S. at an eye-popping $4000 (for the implant, abutment and restoration/crown), it’s easy to understand why. For…

We lose keys. Socks mysteriously vanish in the washing machine. And, sometimes, we even lose teeth. And we’re not talking about losing teeth as a child when the tooth fairy comes and pays you a visit. We’re talking about adults losing teeth here. No tooth fairy involved (unfortunately). Just a permanent hole in your mouth.…