Across the United States, the total cost of a complete single tooth implant generally ranges between $3,000 and $4,500. This complete fee includes tooth extraction, implant, abutment and crown.
According to research and polling done by Implant Evolution, the average cost of a simple single dental implant is $3,680. It is important to note that each case and each patient is unique, and cost factors include: the number of teeth replaced and the number of implants required.
Complexity & Number Of Implants Are The Biggest Price Factor
If you are missing multiple teeth, more implants will be required. In some cases, the average cost of a single implant can be loosely multiplied by the number of implants and crowns needed to fill in the space. More complex treatment options, such as the All-On-Four® dental implant solution, that present a different cost structure due to the overall procedure involvement.
Cost Of Associated & Pre-Op Procedures
In addition to the direct cost of the implants and procedures, you need to consider the cost of associated or preoperative procedures, including the initial consult/oral evaluation, dental x-rays, cone beam CT scan, and anesthesia/sedation.
In many cases the cost of the oral evaluation and scans are bundled together with the price of the implant, abutment and crown. Be sure to ask your implant dentist if these costs are included or separate. You can learn more about implant costs and financial options through our detailed research and analysis.