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Cost of dental implants

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Cost of dental implants

The pricing for dental implants can often be complex and unclear for patients. At Justin Dental and Braces, we strive to simplify this process by offering transparent and easily understandable pricing. We begin with a complimentary consultation to provide clarity and convenience for our patients.

Single Tooth Implants and Bridges

Single Tooth Implant

Single tooth implant, abutment, and crown


Individual dental implants, including the abutment and crown, costs $2,899. Our pricing for replacing a single tooth is straightforward: $2,899 covers all three components of the implant—the implant body, the abutment, and the crown. If you require replacement for multiple teeth or a full mouth of teeth, we offer even more cost-effective options.
Dental Implant Bridge

Implant bridge, 3 unit


The cost of a 3-unit implant bridge is $5,899. Please note that pricing for second molar implants may be higher.

Snap-In Implant Dentures


Snap-In Implant Dentures

If you’re dealing with numerous damaged or missing teeth, it may be beneficial to consider a fresh start. Snap-in implant dentures provide an excellent option for achieving this new beginning at a reasonable cost. These dentures are removable and attach securely using standard, full-size dental implants—not mini implants. Standard implants boast a significantly higher success rate and offer more versatility compared to their mini counterparts.

Upper AND lower snap-in implant dentures

$15,998 + the cost of extractions

Upper and lower snap-in implant dentures are available at our clinic for $15,998, in addition to the cost of extractions. These dentures replace all upper and lower teeth with secure dentures held in place by dental implants. The price includes 8 dental implants (4 for the upper and 4 for the lower), abutments, snaps, and the snap-in dentures.

Upper OR lower snap-in implant denture

$7,999 + the cost of extractions

Alternatively, you can opt for either an upper or lower snap-in implant denture for $7,999, plus the cost of extractions. This option replaces all teeth on either the top or bottom with a secure denture held in by dental implants. The price includes 4 dental implants, abutments, snaps, and the snap-in denture.

Optional 2 implant lower snap-in denture

$4,899 + the cost of extractions

We also offer an optional 2-implant lower snap-in denture for $4,899, plus the cost of extractions. While not as stable or secure as a 4-implant lower denture, this option still provides significant improvements in chewing power and retention compared to a traditional full lower denture.

We also have other more affordable options for replacing all your teeth using dental implants. To learn more about these affordable options click here.

  • Loans up to $40,000
  • Pre-qualifying DOES NOT impact your credit
  • Longer-term options for lower payments (terms up to 10 years / 120 months)
  • Pre-qualifying DOES NOT impact your credit
  • Interest-free up to 6 months
  • Longer-term options for lower payments (up to 60 months)
  • Co-applicants welcome! Lending Club allows you to co-apply with a family member or friend for better approval and interest rates.

Will My Insurance Cover Any Of My Treatment?

Most insurance plans will contribute to your treatment at Justin Dental and Braces. Some of the insurance companies we collaborate with include:
  • Aetna Dental Insurance
  • Metlife PDP Plus & Federal
  • Cigna Dental DPPO
  • United Health Care
  • Blue Cross Blue Shield (BCBS)
  • GEHA Dental Insurance
  • Guardian Dental Insurance

If you do not see your insurance provider listed, there’s no need to worry.

Please contact us at (940) 242-2022, and we will verify your policy to explore how we can optimize your coverage at our office.

Does Medicare Cover Dental Implants?

Medicare does not cover dental implants or other dental services. However, certain Medicare Advantage plans offer supplemental coverage for dental implants. When selecting a Medicare Advantage plan, it’s important to verify that it includes coverage for dental implants and allows you to select your preferred dental provider. Some plans have restricted networks, limiting your choice of dental offices where you can use your benefits.

Can I Use My HSA Or FSA To Pay For Treatment?

Absolutely! The majority of health savings accounts and flexible spending accounts permit the utilization of funds for dental procedures. If you possess an HSA or FSA, it’s advisable to consult your administrator/provider regarding the specific documentation necessary for this purpose.

How Are Our Prices So Affordable?

The pricing of dental implants can vary significantly in the Justin area. In other practices, patients often need to consult multiple dentists for their implant treatment. This can significantly raise costs and treatment time, complicate communication, and increase the risk of complications. At Justin Dental and Braces, our dentist handles the entire implant procedure from beginning to end. This approach enables us to deliver optimal results to our patients swiftly and affordably.

Contact us today at (940) 242-2022 to book your complimentary dental implant consultation.