Dental Implant Cost - Alpharetta, GA

Determining the Cost of Dental Implants

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See Dental Implants as
a Life-Long Investment

The upfront cost of anything can be intimidating, especially if the long-term benefits are not predictable or substantial. The good news is that, when completed by an experienced specialist, dental implants are a predictable treatment and provide substantial long-term benefits in esthetics, function, and health. For many patients, they represent the single-best option for permanently replacing one or more teeth. The cost of dental implants is perhaps best viewed in light of the lifetime value they provide: permanent artificial teeth that will bring back confidence in your smile, better oral health and function, and an increased quality of life.

What Affects Dental Implant Cost?

  • The training and experience of the oral surgeon
  • The quality of implant and provisional materials
  • The location of tooth loss and severity of jaw atrophy
  • The number and location of extractions
  • Health conditions that could cause complications

The Importance of Permanent Tooth Replacement

Dental implants are unique among replacement options in several ways, the most significant of which is how closely they mimic natural teeth. Along with replacing a lost tooth, they promote healthy stimulation of the jaw bone, halting further bone loss and preserving the area. Dental implant posts also fuse to the jaw bone, providing necessary strength and stability, just like a natural and healthy tooth. When used to replace a full arch of missing teeth, dental implants allow you to eat the foods you love, speak clearly, and smile with confidence. All these factors combine to create a solution that not only replaces missing teeth, but your lost health and confidence as well. The greatest investment to your long-term smile are dental implants. They are the only option designed to provide you an esthetically beautiful smile for the rest of your life.

What Makes our Oral Surgery Team Unique?

  • The training and experience
  • The quality of implant and provisional materials
  • The location of tooth loss and severity of jaw atrophy
  • The number and location of extractions
  • Health conditions that could cause complications

Treatment Optimized for Your Time and Budget

We pride ourselves in having one of the most experienced teams and technologically-advanced practices in the greater metro Atlanta area. The expertise of our surgical team has allowed us to create protocols that streamline comprehensive treatment in fewer appointments and create highly competitive market prices. We do not hide these prices from our patients, however we encourage you to review our Global Fee Structure to discuss when you are in a consultation with Dr. Loetscher.

Our Global Fee Structure

  • $18,500– Remove all teeth, place 5-6 implants, deliver a beautiful computer designed milled PMMA fixed bridge the next day. Includes general anesthesia or IV sedation for the surgery.
  • $21,000– Same as above – only the fixed bridge is delivered the same day. The bridge is pre-made and converted at the time of surgery.
  • $16,000– Tooth Extractions not required. 5-6 implants. Deliver a computer designed milled PMMA fixed bridge the next day. Includes general anesthesia or IV sedation for the surgery.
  • Additional Fee– Remove all teeth, place 5-6 implants, deliver a beautiful computer designed and milled “Final” fixed bridge the next day. This bridge will have a Kevlar/Polymer framework for strength, and nano-ceramic teeth for glistening aesthetics and durability. Usually delivered by your own dentist.
  • $21,000– Remove all teeth, place 5-7 implants, deliver a beautiful computer designed milled PMMA fixed bridge the next day. Includes general anesthesia or IV sedation for the surgery.
  • $19,000– Same as above – only significant bone grafting is not required, i.e. sinus lifts or bone grafts.

For those who have been wearing an upper denture for many years, and at least 4 implants cannot be placed to stabilize a temporary bridge.

$21,200– We reconstruct the extremely atrophic maxilla with 6-8 implants, using BMP bone grafting or iliac crest grafting. You wear your denture for 4-6 months, then the implants are uncovered, and restored. A temporary bridge can be placed for $1,800, or a more permanent bridge placed – depending on materials – for $5,500 to $15,000 extra.

NOTE: When a highly aesthetic final bridge is being delivered by your dentist the price may vary. Part of this variation comes from the different materials and labs that are chosen to do the work.

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