Cost of Dental Implants

The cost of dental implants can vary depending on how many implants you need and whether it is a simple or more complicated case.  At 901 Dental, we believe in easy-to-understand, transparent pricing.  Our office is also able to remain affordable because we complete both the dental implant surgery and final tooth restoration in office.  This helps save you the hassle of traveling between offices in addition to helping avoid unexpected additional costs in your treatment plan.


Three Parts of a Dental Implant

A dental implant consists of three separate parts.  The first is the dental implant itself, which is the titanium post that is placed in your jaw bone.  Then there is the tooth (which is comprised of an abutment and crown) that is supported by the dental implant. The picture below illustrates a dental implant, abutment, and crown.  The bottom part that looks like a screw is the titanium dental implant.  The middle part that connects the implant to the crown is called the abutment. The top part (the tooth) is called a crown.  At many dental offices, all these implant parts may be charged out separately and placed by different providers (requiring you to travel between various offices in order to complete your treatment).  At 901 Dental, we're a "one-stop shop" for all your dental implant needs.  This helps keep pricing simpler and more predictable.  A dental implant in our office typically costs between $2,000-$4,000 for all parts (implant, abutment, and crown).  Call us today to schedule your free dental implant consultation.

 Dental implant, abutment, and crown

Dental implant, abutment, and crown