The Cost of Dental Implants

At Life Long Dental, restoring your smile is a process that’s personal and very precise—which is why the cost of dental implants varies.

Highly Specialized Treatment

From the actual surgical requirements to your individual smile design options, there are many factors that influence cost, such as:

-How many missing or damaged teeth need to be replaced

-What your treatment goals and needs are

-The materials used in your dental restoration

-Surgical requirements and the steps needed in your treatment


The best way to get an accurate price is to come in for your free, no obligation consultation. Quoting costs without an in-person evaluation of all these factors could be misleading—and a disservice to patients.

One Cost, No Surprise Fees

At your free consultation, we’ll take a 3D CT scan and discuss your treatment goals and options. This allows us to develop a preliminary treatment plan for your specific needs and give you an exact, all-inclusive cost. There are no hidden costs, and no separate bills from different providers. The cost includes everything from start to finish to transform your smile, including:

-A pre-procedure exam

-The procedure to place the implants and temporary teeth

-The creation of your custom prosthetic teeth

-Post-procedure check-ups and fitting your custom teeth


Third-Party Financing & Payment Plans

We understand how important it is to be able to restore your dental health and your confidence with a long-term solution. That’s why we offer third-party financing options and work with you on payment plans to fit your budget. At your free consultation, you’ll review all the options available to you.


Benefits of Dental Implants


Lifetime Solution:

Dental implants can last a lifetime with proper care. Short-term fixes like bridges and dentures typically only last 5-10 years, and these recurring costs can add up.

Like-Real Teeth:

Dental implants look, feel, and work like natural teeth. You can eat comfortably, speak without them moving around in your mouth, and avoid the hassles of daily removal.

Prevent Bone Loss:

The jawbone begins to deteriorate after teeth are lost, which over time creates a sunken-in look that can make you appear older. Dental implants help preserve the jawbone.

Find out why so many patients choose Life Long Dental for their dental implants

Life Long Dental has helped hundreds put an end to their dental issues by bringing 21st century dental technology and expertise together in one place.

World Class Expertise

Whether it’s replacing a single tooth, multiple teeth or full upper and lower arches, Dr. Gillespie and his staff at Life Long Dental offer patients a world class level of expertise and care.

The Life Long Dental Advantage

With innovative dental technology, teams of highly skilled clinicians and all-in-one treatment approach, Dr. Gillespie of Life Long Dental is helping more people break free from the pain and embarrassment of chronic dental health issues.

Are Dental Implants Right For Me?


If you struggle with dental issues and can’t seem to find a solution that makes you happy, dental implants could be the right choice for you. Beyond the aesthetic appeal, many people find that the health benefits are an important factor when considering implants.

For example, did you know implants can help prevent bone loss in the jaw? The natural erosion of bone begins as soon as a tooth is lost, and if nothing is done, this may result in the loss of other teeth and could cause a “sunken” look in facial features. Dental implants integrate with the bone, providing a stimulus that keeps the jawbone from deteriorating. This helps maintain a more youthful facial structure, boosts confidence—and leads to better oral health.

Dental implants could help improve overall health, too. With strong, full functioning teeth, patients can expand their diets and eat healthier foods again, like nuts and fruits.

You also should take into account the longevity of implants. When properly cared for, dental implants can last a lifetime, making them one of the best investments for long-term tooth replacement.

Of course, you can’t forget about some of the more common advantages of dental implants. Unlike dentures, they never slip or move—and you don’t have to use special cleaners and adhesives. Unlike fixed bridgework, dental implants don’t require adjacent healthy teeth to be filed down. And, there’s this fact to consider: studies have reported that the long-term success rate of implants is over 95%.*

To better understand what makes dental implants the definitive solution for missing teeth, please feel free to visit us for a free consultation. Schedule yours today. You’ll be amazed at what our dental technology and expert care can do for you.

The Life Long Dental Principle

We care about our patients and take pride in our world-class dental implant services.