TeethXpress full-mouth dental implant procedures continue to grow in popularity. This strong interest has led to many people wanting to know if the cost of this dental implant procedure is worth the required investment.
In this article, we answer a few commonly asked questions about full-mouth dental implant procedures. We aim to help you feel more knowledgeable about the cost of this dental implant procedure and how its benefits compare to the lower-priced traditional denture.
This article will also help you understand payment methods commonly chosen to make dental implants affordable. Lastly, we offer considerations for choosing a qualified clinician to perform your dental implant procedure.
How much do full-mouth dental implants cost?
Before we get into whether this procedure is worth the investment, let’s first bring you up to speed on how much you can expect a full-mouth dental implant procedure to cost.
While there is no standard set fee, there are common fee ranges. Certified TeethXpress Providers most often charge between $15,000 and $27,000 to replace a full set of teeth with dental implants, per upper or lower.
Therefore, if you require treatment for both your upper and lower jaws, the cost of your procedure is more likely to range between $30,000 and $54,000.
For more information about the different types of full mouth dental implant procedures, visit the What Are Full Mouth Dental Implants?
Why choose full-mouth dental implants over a lower priced denture alternative?
At first glance, the cost of a full-mouth dental implant procedure — to replace a full set of upper and/or lower missing teeth — may seem expensive compared to traditional removeable dentures. But let’s compare the benefit through the lens of a few real-life scenarios. This should help you to at least appreciate the differences and help you make an informed decision.
Priceless benefits of full-mouth dental implants
Consideration of lower-priced traditional dentures
If you desire a set of teeth that are anchored in place, like natural teeth, you are better off choosing dental implants.
A traditional denture will rest on top of your gums (with no anchorage) and will become increasingly loose over time.
If you desire a set of teeth that will remain steady (while chewing) and allow you to eat virtually any type of food you enjoy — including steak, toasted bagels, nuts, raw fruits and vegetables — a dental implant procedure is a wise choice.
Since a traditional denture becomes increasingly unsteady over time, certain foods like steak, toasted bagels, nuts, raw fruits and vegetables can be impossible to chew with a denture.
If you desire a set of teeth that look and feel natural from the first day, the dental implant procedure is your best option.
Many denture-wearers complain that their denture teeth feel unnatural. Traditional dentures frequently require several follow-up dental visits before they become comfortable enough to wear.
If you desire a set of teeth that will preserve the natural shape of your jawbone and help prevent premature facial wrinkles from tooth loss, consider investing in a full-mouth dental implant procedure.
A traditional denture is proven to accelerate jawbone loss, which leads to facial wrinkles and can make you look older than you are.
Dental implant supported teeth remain anchored in your mouth at all times.
Traditional dentures should be removed overnight and placed in a denture cleaning solution.
To learn more about the long-term effects of a denture, visit the Truth about Dentures article.
When you can eat healthy foods, you can choose a healthy diet. When a healthy diet is sustained, it leads to a healthy body. Having a healthy body is a building block for a healthy mind and self-confidence in your smile.
High self-esteem can position you for priceless lifestyle benefits including a great social life, an improved love life and even that dream job that you’ve been wanting. These are just a few reasons why people consider the full-mouth dental implant procedure to be an investment in their health and the obvious choice.
How do people pay for full-mouth dental implant procedures?
Like most products and services that offer long-term value — such as a car, kitchen remodeling or plastic surgery — covering the cost of a full-mouth dental implant procedure usually requires extended payment terms.
Most people who opt for this procedure seek out affordable monthly terms to cover its cost over time. Usually, a monthly payment plan between $400 and $700 is considered affordable. Fortunately, there are multiple ways to establish such terms.
One of the most reliable way to establish a monthly payment plan for dental implant therapy is with a company called Proceed Finance®. Proceed Finance specializes in these types of dental healthcare loans.
Understandably, a higher credit score will land you a lower interest rate. Even if you have a less than perfect credit score, you can still take advantage of extended payment terms. Proceed Finance will extend your repayment terms for up to 10 years.
Establishing an affordable monthly payment plan allows the average individual to receive dental implants, today. This approach has made it easy for thousands of people to say “Yes!” to a new set of stable teeth and a beautiful smile.
Other commonly used methods for covering the cost of dental implant therapy include:
- Home Equity Line of Credit (HELOC)
- Borrowing from a 401(k) or 403(b) retirement plan
- Credit card
For more ideas on how to pay for dental implant procedures, visit the Cost of Dental Implants page.
Who should you trust to perform your full-mouth dental implant procedure?
When it comes to choosing a dental professional to perform your full-mouth dental implant procedure, it is important to be selective.
Never assume that every dentist is qualified to perform this procedure. Additional training – beyond dental school – and experience are required for clinicians to consistently achieve desired outcomes among so many differing individual needs.
A Certified TeethXpress Provider can help you. Certified TeethXpress Providers across the U.S. are trained in performing the TeethXpress full-mouth dental implant procedure. For multiple stories from patients who were treated by a Certified TeethXpress Provider, visit the TeethXpress Before & After page.
If you are interested in learning more, schedule a visit with a Certified TeethXpress Provider closest to you. To find the nearest TeethXpress provider, visit the Find a Doctor page.
This procedure has changed the lives of so many individuals who were embarrassed by their smiles or eating in public. This can be a life-changing decision for you as well. If you truly desire to have a beautiful new smile — supported by dental implants — now you can.
A plethora of financial options are available to help to make receiving dental implants affordable. Make the obvious choice. Contact a Certified TeethXpress Provider today and schedule a dental implant consultation. Find out if dental implants are the best solution for you.
The full-mouth dental implant procedure is worth the expense
The TeethXpress full-mouth dental implant procedure can be a life-changing decision for you. This procedure has been life-changing for so many others who were embarrassed by their smiles or eating in public.
If you truly desire to have a beautiful new smile — supported by dental implants — this procedure is worth the expense.
In conclusion, a few things are worth considering:
- A full-mouth dental implant procedure for your upper or lower jaw will usually fall within a fee range of $15,000 – $27,000.
- When comparing teeth supported by dental implants to a traditional denture, individuals who choose dental implant supported teeth are far more pleased with the ability to eat and smile in public.
- Even when credit scores are less than perfect, there are payment plan options available that make implant dentistry affordable. Payment terms through Proceed Finance may allow you to establish monthly terms between $400 and $700.
- Exercise proper due diligence to be sure your chosen dental implant provider is well-trained and experienced in the full-mouth dental implant procedure before moving forward.
Make the obvious choice. Contact a Certified TeethXpress Provider today and schedule a dental implant consultation. Find out if dental implants are the best solution for you.