6 Factors that Affect Dental Implant Cost

The cost of a dental implant treatment varies, depending on the factors that influence the entire procedure.

Number of implants to be used

The treatment cost will generally be higher if multiple implants are needed, compared to a single implant procedure.

Implant system/brand used

Going for the most trusted (and most renowned) implant brands may increase the cost, but this will also increase the chances of a successful treatment.

Dental restoration

The type of dental restoration, and the material used, will affect the overall cost of treatment.

Dental implant dentist/surgeon’s specialty, reputation, and expertise

An implant treatment with a highly-experienced and renowned dental surgeon may expectedly be higher compared to having the treatment with a lesser-known dentist.

Location of the dental clinic

A centrally-located clinic may also affect the cost of dental treatments.

The need for advanced techniques

The implant treatment cost will be higher if advanced treatments, such as bone grafting or sinus grafting, are needed.