Price Of Full Dental Implants

Are you considering dental implants but worried about the cost? Look no further! In this article, we will dive into all the details surrounding the price of full dental implants, specifically All On 4. I’m Alex Fibishenko, an implant surgeon at All On 4 Clinic, and I’m here to guide you through the intricacies of dental implant costs.

Price Of Full Dental Implants
Price Of Full Dental Implants

Understanding the Costs

Let’s get straight to the point: dental implant treatments are not cheap, especially when it comes to full mouth reconstructions. The cost can vary depending on different factors, including the method used, risks involved, and desired results. But fear not, we’ll help you understand the differences and explore the available rebates and payment options.

According to a review site that compared 839 doctors and clinics worldwide, the average cost of All On 4 implants is just over $30,000. However, at All On 4 Clinic, we offer these procedures at a typical fee of $25,000 per arch, whether it’s the top or bottom. Our approach, known as All On 4 Plus, incorporates an advanced immediate final teeth system without the need to pay a premium.

Additional Procedures and Costs

In some cases, poor bone quality or volume may necessitate additional procedures such as nerve transposition, bone grafting, or the use of special long implants called Zygoma implants. While these situations are not common, they can add an extra three to $9,000 to the overall cost. Most treatments, though, typically fall around the $25,000 mark per arch, or $50,000 for both top and bottom.

What’s Included in the Cost?

Rest assured that our fees cover all essential aspects of the treatment. This includes preoperative planning and procedures, the surgery itself performed by experienced implant surgeons, and a template of teeth that mimics the digital design. We also provide a three-week review and hygiene appointment, a four-month review with x-rays to check implant healing, and all necessary repairs and adjustments for two years.

Our All On 4 Plus procedure can be done under local anesthetic at no additional cost. However, in most cases, it is preferable to opt for general anesthetic, which incurs an extra charge. The good news is that Medicare offers a substantial rebate for this additional fee.

Insurance and Financing Options

While it’s unfortunate that Medicare does not cover dental implant fees, some dental insurance policies may cover this treatment under major dental services. However, there is usually an annual limit, typically ranging from one to two thousand dollars. Furthermore, certain finance options, including interest-free plans, are available for those who require additional assistance.

The Value of Quality and Experience

To truly understand the costs associated with dental implants, it’s essential to appreciate the involved steps and expensive components. The implants we use are among the most expensive globally due to extensive research and technological advancements. Additionally, our state-of-the-art facilities, capable of producing immediate final teeth with milled titanium frames, contribute to the overall expense.

Moreover, the expertise and training of our surgeons, staff, and technicians play a significant role in the cost. While their time may be more expensive, their knowledge and efficiency ensure more predictable results. Compared to older methods that rely on temporary teeth, our All On 4 Plus approach offers a superior experience and eliminates the need for wearing temporary teeth for months.

The Price of Quality of Life

Now you might wonder, is it all worth it? How can you put a price on your health and quality of life? Dental implants provide a multitude of benefits, from pain-free biting and chewing to regaining confidence in your smile. Patients who have suffered from teeth infections often report feeling healthier, having more energy, and even seeing improvements in their skin!

At our licensed clinics throughout Australia, we offer various finance options to make treatment more affordable. Ultimately, the decision of whether dental implants are worth the cost is a personal one, contingent upon the issues and limitations you face with your teeth.

Final Thoughts

While we understand that dental implant treatments may not be financially feasible for everyone, the life-changing results we have witnessed speak for themselves. The testimonials from our patients only reinforce the transformative power of dental implants. So, if you’re considering this treatment, don’t wait any longer—schedule a consultation or request a free copy of our All On 4 Plus book.

For more information, visit our website or check out our YouTube channel to join one of our online seminars. Remember, your smile is priceless, and we’re here to help you make it shine!

Stay tuned for our upcoming episode, where we’ll explore cheaper and more costly alternatives to All On 4 Plus, complete with real-life examples. Thanks for tuning in, and see you next time!