How Much Do All-on-4 Dental Implants Cost?

The cost of All-on-4 Dental Implants can vary greatly and will largely depend on the severity of your case, whether additional procedures are being performed as part of your treatment, and what type of material is used for your implants. If the cost of treatment is of concern, ask your periodontist if their clinic has financing options. In some cases, clinics allow their patients to pay a portion of the procedural cost up front and pay the remaining amount over an agreed upon period of time. You may also be able to take out a prime or subprime loan to cover the cost of your procedure, though you will likely need to have a decent credit rating and/or collateral to be approved for one of these loans.

As you consider whether having All-on-4 dental implants placed is worth the financial investment, it may be helpful to remember that what you are really investing your money in is quality of life. Once the All-on-4 dental implant process is complete, you will enjoy countless benefits that come with having a full, healthy smile, including a restored ability to eat all kinds of foods, improved self-confidence, and better overall oral and physical health.

Types of Implants

The material used for your All-on-4 implant will be one of the biggest determinants of your total cost. The most affordable implant type is Composite or Standard Acrylic, which averages around $20-$26,000. Though more cost affordable, this implant type does not have the same level of durability as other implant options, such as All-on-4 One Piece Implants, which average between $28-$32,000 or All-on-4 Individual Porcelain Teeth, which average between $30-$40,000 and provide a more natural looking and durable solution. While All-on-4 Individual Porcelain is more expensive, it is far less expensive to fix if an implant becomes damaged compared to the All-on-4 One Piece Porcelain Implant.

Is All-on-4 Covered by Insurance?

Every dental insurance plan covers different procedures and has different levels of coverage, so it is important to contact your provider or see if your clinic can contact your provider to determine your coverage and help you maximize your benefits. Because All-on-4 dental implants take place in stages and often includes other preparatory procedures, such as tooth extraction, bone grafting, and/or treating periodontal disease, many patients schedule stages of this process towards the end of the year so their benefits have rolled over by the time they are ready for the next stage in the process.

Dental Discount Plan

If you do not have dental insurance and/or would prefer to avoid taking out a loan for this procedure, you may be a good candidate for joining a dental discount plan. Dental discount plans are membership based and provide an alternative to dental insurance, which is characterized by long waiting periods after filing claims, limited reimbursement, and yearly caps that limit the type of care needed. After joining a dental discount plan, you will pay a monthly or annual rate which will qualify you for discounts on certain procedures. Be sure to carefully study your plan before signing up and make sure the All-on-4 Dental Implant process is covered, as every plan has different procedures that qualify.

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