Dental Implants Cost

Dental Implant Cost

There are many factors to consider when calculating the cost of your dental implant treatment.

The average cost for a single tooth replacement is $3,000 to $4,500, and a full set of implant-supported dentures starts at $20,000.

Dr. Danny O’Keefe and Dr. Jan Belote in Flowood, MS, can customize your treatment and help determine the cost of your dental implants.

Cost of Dental Implants

Dental implants are an amazing restorative treatment that replaces one tooth, several teeth, or all of your missing natural teeth. However, the cost of dental implants varies due to each patient’s unique needs.

During your dental implant consultation, your dentist will discuss your dental needs and create a custom treatment plan. Then we can help determine your costs before treatment begins. Call us today to schedule your consultation and begin your smile restoration journey.

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Factors That Impact Dental Implant Cost

Number of Implants

The number of implants is one factor that determines the final cost of your dental implant treatment. A single tooth, on average, costs $3000 to $4500. The average cost to replace all of your teeth with implant-supported restorations ranges from $20,000 to $45,000.

Type of Restoration

Replacing a single missing tooth with a crown will be less than replacing all of your teeth with dentures. This is simply because a crown requires less time and materials than a full set of dentures.

Preparatory Treatment

If you need preparatory treatment such as a bone graft before your implant procedure, the total cost of your treatment may be more than someone who does not require preparatory treatment.


The type of materials used for your dental implants and implant-supported restoration will also impact the cost of your treatment.

All-on-4® Method Can Help Reduce Costs

The All-on-4 method of placing implants can reduce your overall cost. This implant procedure is often used for patients who are missing all of their teeth along one or both arches but do not qualify for dental implant treatment due to bone loss. Because this method uses four strategically placed implants, patients can often forgo bone graft surgery. This can help reduce the cost of your implant treatment. If you require dentures, the All-on-4 method reduces the number of implants needed, which can lower your costs.

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Dental Insurance and Dental Implants

Dental insurance rarely covers the cost of dental implants. However, your insurance may cover costs relating to preparatory treatments and restorations, such as crowns, bridges, and dentures. This may reduce your out-of-pocket costs. We accept most insurance plans at our Flowood dental practice and can help you determine what your plan will cover before treatment begins.

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We offer an affordable, subscription-based dental care program to help patients cover the cost of treatment. It starts at $23 a month and covers exams, cleanings, and X-rays, while also offering a discount for other treatments. Join online now or call to get started.

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Over 100 Years of Combined Experience Schedule your consultation at our Flowood dental practice today.

While we understand that cost is an important factor, choosing the least expensive is not always the right choice. Our dentists have the experience, skill, and technology to provide you with the highest level of care in Flowood, MS, and the surrounding communities. Dr. Danny O’Keefe and Dr. Jan Belote use advanced technology for better patient outcomes and comfort during treatment.

Don’t wait! If you are missing teeth, delaying treatment can cost you more in the long run. Once you lose a tooth, your jawbone loses the stimulation the tooth roots once provided. The bone begins to deteriorate. This can require bone grafting and other treatments later. Dental implants can stop this process while providing maximum stability to restorations to replace your natural teeth.

Schedule your consultation to discuss dental implant costs by contacting us using our online form or calling us at:

(601) 936-2526

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Save Money by Getting Dental Implants From a Trained Dentist

You might think that you need to see an oral surgeon for dental implants, but in fact, seeing an oral surgeon may increase your costs. The dentists at our Flowood, MS, practice are trained and experienced in a wide range of dentistry treatments to provide high-quality care. Another added benefit of seeing our dentists is that you can undergo treatment for a variety of issues all under one roof.

Why Choose Family Dental Care for Dental Implants


Our dentists and trained team have over 100 years of combined experience in the dental field. You can rest assured you are in good hands when you choose Family Dental Care for implant placement.

Sedation Options

Patients with dental anxiety or phobia can rest easy. We provide sedation options to make your implant placement as comfortable as possible.


Our Flowood dental practice uses advanced dental techniques and technology for enhanced patient comfort, safety, and convenience. Our tools include digital x-rays, microscopes, fiber-optic lighting systems, and more.

Sedation Options Available

We understand that visiting a dentist can be a source of anxiety or fear for some patients. Our Flowood, MS, dental practice offers multiple forms of sedation to make your dental implant treatment a breeze. Sedation options include:

Nitrous Oxide Sedation

This form of sedation is most often referred to as laughing gas. Nitrous oxide is breathed in through the mouth and nose to induce a state of relaxation. It is fast acting, wears off quickly once treatment is complete, and allows the patient to remain conscious.

Oral Conscious Sedation

Oral conscious sedation is an anxiety medication that is prescribed by your dentist. You will take this pill one to three hours before your treatment. While you will be conscious throughout treatment, this medication will help keep you calm and relaxed throughout your implant placement.

Intravenous Sedation

Intravenous sedation is administered through an IV. Though you are conscious, patients often do not remember their treatment and are in a state of deep relaxation. This is carefully monitored and adjusted by your dentist.

It is important to remember that sedation options will also impact the overall cost of treatment and may or may not be covered by your dental insurance.

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What Flowood Patients Have to Say About Family Dental Care

Butch Jones


I’ve gotten full upper and lower dentures here, so I have spent both a lot of time and money which I think qualifies my opinion when I say it’s been worth every minute and dime I’ve spent with these fine professionals. Every time I walk through the front door I’m treated as if I’m family or the neighbor across the street. Special people working at a special place. For someone who hates going to the doctor, not once have I ever been uncomfortable at their office. Thanks to Billi at the front desk, both Dr.’s O’keefe and Jan Belote, Lyndsey, and the softest hands I’ve ever experienced at a Dental Office, Mel. Thanks a bunch! View on Google

Kevin Perry


I had the best experience with Dr. Jan Belote. She is so kind and gentle. She explained everything she was doing before she did it. She educated me about my dental health so I could make the best decision for myself. I was able to use the laughing gas and they even have oral sedation and IV sedation as a option too. Everyone is so professional and caring. They really make you feel like family. View on Google