Dental Implant Cost in Orlando, FL

When considering dental implants to address tooth loss, you’re probably wonder about the cost of the treatment.

The average cost of a single dental implant typically ranges from $3,000 to $6,000. Replacing all teeth can cost $20,000 to $50,000

Hunter’s Creek Dental Center in Orlando, FL will help explain all costs involved with dental implants and answer any questions you have about the treatment.  

Cost of Dental Implants

Individual circumstances can play a factor into determining the cost of restoring your smile with dental implants. Implants can significantly improve your quality of life. They are considered to be an investment in your smile’s appearance and long-term dental health. We know there are many choices when it comes to dental implants. It is crucial for the success of your procedure to seek a highly qualified dental professional. Dr. Mohammed Khan is one of the most experienced and extensively trained dentist in Orlando, Fl.

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We have multiple financing options at Hunter’s Creek Dental Center. Book a consultation learn what option fits your budget. 

Factors Effecting Dental Implants Cost

Factors effecting the cost of dental implants
Dental Implant abutment and crown

Type of Materials

There are a number of materials that dental implants restorations can be made from. However, not all of them are equal quality. Hunter’s Creek Dental Center uses the highest quality materials to ensure you achieve the best results during your treatment. Your abutments and implants will be made of high-grade titanium, designed for long-term use and maximum stability. Your implant-supported restorations can be made of zirconia and porcelain. These two materials are tooth colored and are similar to the translucency and shine of enamel. 

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Number of Implants

We proudly offer multiple options for replacing your teeth. A partial denture, and an implant-supported bridge can replace several consecutive missing teeth. An implant-supported crown can replace a single tooth. A full implant supported denture can replace all the teeth along the lower and upper dental arch. The more teeth that need to be replaced a greater number of implant posts and abutments (attachment pieces), as well as more implant-supported restorations. Additional implants, abutments, and restorations will increase the cost of your treatment. 

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Preparatory Care

In order to become eligible for dental implants. You might need some preparatory work. This could be the following common procedures. Gum treatment, sinus lifts and additional tooth extraction. Bone grafts to address any bone recession in the jaw, and gums to determine whether these treatments can benefit you. In many cases Preparatory procedures are absolutely necessary for a successful procedure. They will add costs to your treatment plan.

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Sedation Dentistry

Most discomfort during placement of implants can usually be managed with a local anesthetic, However, some patients can use additional help feeling comfortable during treatment. If you have dental phobia, difficulty sitting for long periods and especially sensitive gums and teeth,  you can receive nitrous sedation to achieve a deep state of relaxation during treatment. Sedation will increase your total costs, but in some cases worth the expense. 

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Restoration Types Used

Depending on your dental needs, Hunters Creek Dental Center in Orlando, FL offers a variety of restoration options. Implant supported bridge, Implant-supported dental crowns, implant supported dentures and full arch dental implants. All of which incur their own costs.

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Does Dental Insurance Cover Dental Implants?

Usually, your crowns, bridges, implant-supported crown and dentures will likely receive coverage. The answer is a bit more complex for dental implants than for other restorative treatments. Dental implant posts and abutments are not covered by basic dental insurance. Once your consultation is completed at our Orlando, FL dental office, we will reach out to your dental insurance provider for more information on what your plan clovers. We do accept most types of dental insurance and our care coordinator will work with your provider to help you get the most from your benefits.

Dental Implants Average Cost

Dental implants average cost of replacing a single tooth and supported crown is $3000-$6000. All on 4 dental implants replacing your top or bottom row of teeth: $ 20,000-$ 50,000. Implant-supported bridges replacing two to three teeth: $ 4000-$ 16,000. 

We offer Financing


Dr. Khan understands that that the life-changing benefits of dental implants should be available to patents who suffer from tooth loss. We offer CareCredit®, a third-party lender that offers low-interest and interest-free loans for dental treatment. CareCredit allows you to split the cost of any out-of-pocket expenses into manageable monthly installments.

Our caring financing team is ready to explain all the details of your payment options and build a financing plan that allows you to make manageable monthly payments as you enjoy the benefits of chewing, speaking, and smiling with total confidence.

To find out how we can help make your dental implants affordable, complete our consultation request form or call our Orlando, FL, office:

How We build your Quote

During your first appointment at our Orlando, FL office, our dentist will do a thorough screening of you oral health. They will find any issues such as infected teeth or gum disease, which can require treatment before dental implants can be placed. 

Dr. Khan uses advanced scanning equipment to determined your jawbone density. This will help determine if you need a dental bone graft prior to you implant surgery. 

Our dentists will thoroughly explain every option and cost associated. They will determine the location and number of missing teeth. If you are missing a full arch of teeth, we may suggest all-on-4 dental implants. 

Will discuss your restoration options for your dentures, crowns, or bridges. Certain dental materials have different costs and will affect your pricing. 

The final step is dental insurance. If you have coverage, we will do a complimentary insurance evaluation. Most basic plans do not cover dental implants. Some insurers can cover specific costs associated with dental implants placement. We will help you maximize and identify any available coverage benefits. 

After your initial consultation we will provide you with a quote for your dental implant treatment.  You will have a much better understanding of all cost associated with your implant dentistry treatment plan. Patients from all of Florida can contact us for a consultation.   

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Dental Implant Options

Illustration of an implant supported denture

You can transform the function and appearance of your smile by replace all the teeth along your lower and upper jaw with an implant-supported denture.

Multiple dental implants with dental bridge

A larger number of missing teeth can be replaced with a partial denture that mixes in with surrounding teeth. One to three consecutive missing teeth can be replaced with an implant-supported bridge.

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An implant-supported crown can seamlessly fill the gap in your smile. It can also make speaking and eating more comfortable, when you have a single tooth that needs to be replaced. 

Are Dental Implants Worth the Cost?

Absolutely, dental implants keep your jawbone healthy and restore your smile. They can prevent a range of other dental issues.

When teeth are missing and lack stimulation, the jaw begins to atrophy. Your tooth roots stimulate your jaw every time you bite down. This can cause your facial appearance to change, and existing teeth to shift. If you choose to replace missing teeth with implant- supported restorations, and replacing missing tooth roots with dental implants. You can decrease the chances of jawbone atrophy and the issues that come with it. Which are often more expensive to treat than receiving dental implants in the first place.

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