Cost of Dental Implants in San Francisco, CA

The cost of dental implants depends on how many implants you need, if you require additional procedures, and other factors.

Dental implants

How much do dental implants cost?

Your oral surgeon will discuss the total cost of your procedure during the first visit, keeping you informed every step of the way. The average cost of dental implants can vary depending on the number of implants you need, if you require additional procedures like bone grafting or tooth extractions, the details of your dental insurance, and your choice of anesthesia during implant surgery.

7x7 Dental Implant & Oral Surgery Specialists offers oral surgery services at competitive prices for the San Francisco area, enabling more patients to have access to excellent oral health care. Our office accepts many insurance companies and payment plans to make dental implant surgery as accessible as possible. Contact us today to schedule an appointment and find out how you can afford dental implants.

Dental implant financing in San Francisco, CA

We are happy to make arrangements for a payment plan, but this must be discussed prior to your procedure. When your oral surgeon is designing your treatment plan during the initial consultation, we will outline the cost for your treatment. If you are interested in financing your dental implant treatment, please notify our front desk staff during or prior to your consultation appointment. Visit our dental implant financing page to learn more about your financing options.

The value of dental implants

The post of a dental implant fuses to the jaw bone as it heals. This process is known as osseointegration and permanently secures the implant in the jaw. Removable dentures and bridges sit on top of the bony ridge in the mouth, providing no stimulation to the jaw bone underneath. Meanwhile, dental implants stimulate the jaw during chewing, keeping it healthy and preventing bone loss.

In addition to preserving your oral health, dental implants offer many other benefits that other tooth restoration options do not, such as:

  • Versatility. Your oral surgeon will create a treatment plan unique to your needs, whether you are looking to replace a single tooth or a full arch of teeth.
  • Durability. Because they are rooted in the jaw bone, dental implants are strong. You can enjoy the foods you want to eat without worrying about discomfort or moving parts. This also means dental implants serve as a long-term replacement solution with the potential to last a lifetime.
  • Easy Maintenance. No special dental care is necessary to maintain good oral hygiene: simply clean your implants twice daily, the same way you clean natural teeth.
  • Beautiful Results. The implant crown is custom made for a natural-looking appearance. The results are so realistic, many people will not be able to tell which tooth is the implant.

If you need a tooth extracted for any reason and would like it replaced, your oral surgeon can insert a dental implant post immediately following extraction. These types of implants are known as same-day dental implants and prevent the need for a second surgical procedure. Learn more about same-day dental implants and see if you qualify.

Dental implants or dentures?

Traditional dentures may be cheaper upfront, but the cost of extensive bone repair due to tooth loss can be costly and painful down the road. Dentures and bridges must be removed every few years due to normal wear and tear, while dental implants are designed to last a lifetime. With proper care—like brushing, flossing, and dental checkups—it will serve you for many years.

There are many differences between dental implants and dentures, and the investment you make in your dental health will affect you for years to come. Our team strives to help you become as informed as possible about your tooth replacement options, and we’re always here to answer any questions. Choosing dental implants is an investment you will benefit from for many years, whether you are in need of a single dental implant or a new set of teeth.

Find us in San Francisco, CA

We have three convenient practice locations to serve you in San Francisco, CA—choose from our West Portal office (on W. Portal Avenue), our Stonestown office (on Buckingham Way), or our Van Ness office (on Daniel Burnham Court).