Dental implants costs vary widely, depending on many factors including the number of teeth being replaced, the condition and amount of bone available to place the dental implants,
the case complexity, the type of tooth replacement selected, and the experience of the implant specialist. For example, a single tooth replacement costs less than a full mouth reconstruction. A snap-on denture
supported by implants costs less than a fixed, permament implant solution. All-on-4 hybrid denture solutions cost less than implant bridges which more closely resemble natural teeth. Cases that require extractions, bone grafting, other
oral surgery, or require extra work to achieve a great cosmetic result will cost more.
As a general guide, single tooth implant solutions placed by dental specialists can cost in the $4000 to $5000 range, snap-on dentures with two implants in the $8000 to $10,000 range, snap-on dentures with four implants in the $12,000 to $16,000 range, and full arch upper or lower solutions in the $25,000 to $35,000 range, depending on whether acrylic or ceramic materials are selected. Implant bridges
supported by many implants may cost even more.