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Cost of All on Four Implants
It’s no secret that procedures in the dental cosmetic industry can stretch a patients wallet much further than they would like. The incredibly popular All on Four dental implants treatment is sweeping the nation thanks to its easy and quick procedure that can transform the patients smile in just one appointment. Many patients are opting for this treatment option because it allows a smile to transform quickly along with using less dental implants than a typical full reconstruction.
Because of the new innovation of this treatment plan, All on Four dental implants can run a patient anywhere from $20,000 to $50,000 per arch. There are many reasons and different variables that can deter the pricing from being either very high or very low. There are certain factors that will guarantee an increase in cost when it comes to this procedure. Check out our breakdown below to find just what may influence your cost for your All on Four dental implants.
If you have missing teeth or know somebody who has had teeth replaced, you will know that different materials used for the fabricated teeth can vary in pricing. The same process applies to this procedure. If the All on Four tooth restorations are made from acrylic or a composite material, this pricing maybe drastically lower then porcelain. Porcelain is a highly recommended material to use as a replacement for natural teeth. It is the only material that mimics the look of natural teeth as well as the strengths and functionality as well. Once it is polished, porcelain can reflect in the same way natural teeth do as well.
Much like any other cosmetic dental procedure, the materials that are involved in each treatment can drastically affect the price tag of each option. The All on Four dental implant process will include four dental implants per arch plus an acrylic denture built around the titanium frame. In total, the patient can expect to pay an average of $25,000 if all steps of the procedure are performed at one time. If the patient decides he or she wants to split the procedure for different reasons, the price tag will increase by a drastic amount of a minimum of $5000 or more.
The price may increase if other factors are involved such as extractions, bone removal, bone graft and more. Most dental offices that offer this procedure will typically include all of the events listed above, however, an extra charge may be added for these treatments.
As mentioned above, it is important for the patient to look at different offices and have consultations with multiple cosmetic dentists before choosing the right one for you. It is better to find a dental office that can perform all of the needed steps and procedures that may be required before the full All on Four dental implant procedure.
Can I use Dental Insurance to Pay for This?
Dental insurance is typically best used when there is a health risk involved and the issues in your mouth. The All on Four dental implant procedure is typically categorized as an aesthetic upgrade. Some dental offices are willing to break down the fees if you are wanting to submit the procedure to your dental insurance in hopes of having some form of it covered. However, many patients will tell you the dental insurance may not cover any form of this procedure. Depending on the treatments needed, a small percentage may be covered if it's health-related.
Although this procedure would be categorized as quite an expensive cost, many dental offices are willing to work with their patients for a comfortable payback plan. Talk to your dental professional about your interest in the All on Four dental procedure and how the costs can be broken down comfortably for you.
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