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All-on-4 dental implants are a popular treatment option for those looking to replace their missing or natural teeth. They are strong, durable, and natural looking. All-on-4 implants differ from traditional dentures because they don’t require an adhesive application. Instead, all-on-4 implants are placed directly into the jawbone for a more secure fit.

How Costs are Determined for All-On-4 Implants

A few factors affect the cost of all-on-4 implants, including the material used, the number of implants needed, and the location of the dental practice. Your dentist will first assess your mouth to see if all-on-4 implants are the right treatment option for you. If they are, they will then take X-rays or CT scans and impressions of your teeth to develop a treatment plan. Once the treatment plan is developed, your dentist can give you a more accurate estimate of the cost of all-on-4 implants.

Cost Compared to Standard Implants

All-on-4 implants are typically more expensive than standard dental implants. This is because all-on-4 implants require more surgery and there is a higher risk of complications. However, all-on-4 implants are a more permanent solution, and they can last a lifetime with proper care. Standard dental implants have a success rate of about 98%, while all-on-4 implants have a success rate of about 99%.

Factors That Affect Cost

Several factors affect the cost of all-on-4 implants, including:

Sedation
The cost of implants includes the cost of sedation for the all-on-4 procedure. Sedation is used to help you relax during the surgery and can be done with either local anesthesia or general anesthesia.
Number of Implants
The number of all-on-4 implants you need will affect the cost. The fewer implants, the cheaper the cost.
Implant Materials
The type of implant material you choose will also affect the cost. All-on-4 implants are available in three different materials: acrylic, composite, and porcelain. Acrylic all-on-4 implants are the least expensive option, while porcelain all-on-4 implants are the most expensive.
Other factors include:

  • Whether or not bone grafting is required
  • Overall oral health
  • Implant placement
  • The reason you require an extraction (ie. missing teeth or gum disease)

Insurance Coverage

Most dental insurance plans do not cover all-on-4 implants. However, some insurance plans may cover a portion of the cost. It is important to check with your insurance provider to see if all-on-4 implants are covered under your plan.
Medicare and Medicaid
Insurance companies such as Medicare and Medicaid do not cover all-on-4 implants.
Financing
There are several financing options available to help you pay for all-on-4 implants. Many dental practices offer in-house financing and payment plans. At Elite Dentistry, we provide 0% financing to our clients, meaning you can have your all-on-4 implant surgery with no money down and no interest for up to 24 months.

Overall Cost of All-On-Four

Cost for Full Mouth: All-on-4 implants typically cost between $25,000 and $30,000 for a full mouth.
Cost per Implant: All-on-4 implants typically cost between $3,000 and $5,000 per implant.

Enhance Your Smile with Elite Dentistry

Enhance your smile with all-on-4 dental implants in Simi Valley. All-on-4 implants are typically more expensive than standard dental implants, but they are a more permanent solution that can last a lifetime with proper care. Call us today to learn more about all-on-4 implants and schedule a consultation.