implant options for replacing all
your teeth


dental implants guide

Dental implant technology has been around for many decades, and there is an excellent body of research showing that this treatment isthe best option for replacing missing teeth. There are several implant options to choose from.

Are you are missing all of your upper and or lower teeth?

Do you have Dentures you want to replace?

Here is a Comparison of Dental Implant and Denture Options

(All photos from the perspective of looking up at the palate)

Silver Standard

Removable Porcelain/Acrylic Implant Teeth

Feels Almost Like Natural Teeth

Looks Like Natural Teeth

4-6 Implants

Platinium Standard

Non-Removable Porcelain Implant Teeth

No Plastic

No Gagging

Feels and Looks Like Natural Teeth

6-8 Implants

Gold Standard

Non-Removable Porcelain/Acrylic Implant Teeth

95% Less Plastic than a Denture

Feels and Looks Like Natural Teeth

4-6 Implants

How much are dental implants?

If you've ever had a question about dental implants prices, you are not alone. An inquiry about the price for dental implants is one of the most common questions that the we receive. Even in the internet age, it's a very difficult task to compare prices for dental implants, or to give a good estimate for the average cost of dental implants. Many patients seeking a price estimate don't know whether to look for a price per tooth, or whether the cost they are looking at includes the implant, abutment, and crown. 

What is the average cost of dental implants?

The average cost of dental implants in the United States is around $5,000. That is the out-of-pocket cost for the implant itself, the abutment, the crown, and the surgery


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