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What Do Dental Implants Cost?

The Value of a
Fulfilling New Life

Considering what dental implants represent, it’s difficult to calculate a cost. They can restore your ability to enjoy many of the daily activities you may have once taken for granted, make you more confident than ever, and last for many years with proper care. How much would you pay to live a life without restrictions?

Dr. Rebecca Wagner is a Diplomate of The International Congress of Oral Implantologists, a Fellow of the prestigious Misch Implant Institute, and has also undergone advanced training from the Pikos Institute. She’s seen first-hand how transformative dental implants can be. When your dental implant placement is performed by a board-certified periodontist in Chambersburg, PA like Dr. Wagner, you know it’ll be done with exceptional expertise. With all of the benefits they provide and our expertise in placing them, dental implants are practically priceless!

Determining dental
implant cost

There are a few factors that can help determine the cost before receiving your treatment plan. The level of sedation dentistry you require, the number of dental implants you receive and any additional procedures you may need beforehand can all affect the final price tag. If you require tooth extractions or bone grafting to prepare your mouth for dental implants we conveniently offer them in our office, and frequently during the same surgical appointment. All of this can be discussed during your consultation with our periodontist in Chambersburg, PA.

Estimated Prices for Implants

How much will it cost? Here are some price estimates you can use as a guideline:

The surgery costs an average of $2,000 to $3,000 and includes the implants themselves. The cost of your restorations—customized crowns that look and perform like natural teeth and won’t suffer from decay—is from $1,000 to $2,000 per implant.

The price for placement, implants, and restoration for multiple implants starts at around $3,000. With multiple dental implants, if the missing teeth are near each other, we use a bridge to restore your full and functional smile.

For dentures, prices start at $3,000. Implant supported dentures—which bring the stability of dental implants to dentures—start at $10,000. Full mouth fixed dental implants start around $30,000. It’s important to be aware that each of these prices directly reflects the degree of stability you’ll receive. Although full arch fixed bridges are the most expensive, they’ll also last the longest while restoring nearly complete function and reliability.

Financing Your Implants

Our practice has partnered with trusted third-party financing company Proceed Finance to offer you flexible payment plans that enable you to divide your cost over a number of months. The company provides loans of up to $60,000 with no collateral required, even if your credit score is low. They offer fixed interest rates starting at just 3.99% with terms up to 96 months—longer than most other financing companies allow! Contact us to learn more about dental implant financing in Chambersburg, PA.

What about insurance?

Coverage for dental implants varies by provider. For specific information, contact your dental insurance carrier and request details on what’s covered under your plan. To make your treatment experience more convenient, we submit all insurance claims to your insurance company on your behalf.

Dental Implants Are Life-Changing

Can you afford to live without them?

Just have a few questions you’d like to ask? Send them our way and we’ll give you a call with the answers.

Send us a picture of your smile and/or your x-rays and we’ll review your options, give you a price breakdown and answer any questions you have.


Schedule a one-hour consultation with our implant specialist, Dr. Wagner. Receive 3D CT images and a personalized treatment plan.

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