Dental Implants Cost

Often dental patients are interested in dental implants. However, are concerned about the costs associated with the procedure. 

At Robertsdale Dental Implants, we offer competitively priced implant procedures because we provide all aspects of the treatment in our Robertsdale, AL office.

Dr. Jason Northcutt serves patients from Mobile, AL, Pensacola, FL and the whole state of Alabama

Multiple Factor Affect Dental Implants Cost

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Quantity of Dental Implants

The amount of dental implants will vary from patient to patient. A higher number of implants will increase the price. Usually a dental implant, implant supported crown and an abutment is needed for each missing tooth. Some patients are missing an entire dental arch of natural teeth. In this case, it will require an implant supported denture and six to eight implants and abutments to bring back your smile. 


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Type of Materials Used

At Robertsdale Dental Implants, we offer traditional dental implants and all-on-4 dental implants. All-on-4 is a more cost effective option that delivers exceptional advantages for certain patients who need to replace an entire row of teeth.


Inhalation Sedation

Sedation Options Used

Dr. Jason Northcutt offers both oral sedation and nitrous oxide. Implant placement is not especially painful. A local anesthetic will usually be sufficient to make you comfortable. Patients with dental phobia or high anxiety should choose oral conscious or IV sedation. Nitrous oxide is the less expensive option.  


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Preliminary Procedures

A certain amount of patients are good candidates for dental implants as is. However, some patients require preparatory dental care. If you suffer from missing natural teeth for an extended amount of time, you may have had some deterioration of your jawbone. For maximum stability, there must be sufficient jaw tissue present. A sinus lift or bone graft may be needed to restore lost jaw tissue at our Alabama dental practice. These preparatory dentistry procedures will increase the overall dental implants cost, However they can be the difference for a successful treatment. 


Structural elements of dental implant

Type of Restorations Needed

Depending on the treatment required, you may need an implant supported dental crown, denture or bridge. All of these treatments incur their own costs. The materials used and the size of the restoration all affect the final cost.


We offer Competitively Priced Treatment

Some patients think they need to see an oral surgeon for dental implants, however seeing an oral surgeon may increase your costs. At Robertsdale Dental Implants in Robertsdale, AL, we can significantly reduce the cost of dental implants for our patients by offering all aspects of dental implants in house. Dr. Jason Northcutt is highly qualified to work and care for you to develop a treatment plan that will meet your budget and your oral health needs. Our implant dentist is extensively trained at the American Academy of Implant Dentistry. Our price of dental implants is more competitive than the national average of $3000 – $4500.

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See Our Results

Implants Placed

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To determine the cost of restoring your smile using dental implants, we recommend scheduling a comprehensive consultation at our Robertsdale, AL office. During this appointment, Dr. Northcutt will conduct a thorough dental examination and discuss your treatment objectives. Whether your goal is to replace a single tooth with an implant and crown or to restore an entire set of teeth with implant-supported dentures, we are committed to offering fair and transparent pricing. Our priority is providing you with the desired results without trying to sell unnecessary treatments. To initiate the process of achieving a happier and healthier smile, please request your implant consultation today. We are delighted to assist residents of Mobile, AL, Pensacola, FL, and the surrounding areas. You can reach us through our online contact form or by calling:


Compassionate and Skilled Staff


Tailored Care Plans


Highest Quality Materials Used


Safe and Comfortable Environment

The All-on-4® Dental Implants Can Reduces Costs

Dr. Jason Northcutt often uses All-on-4 Dental Implants to reduce your overall cost. If a patient is missing all or most of their teeth along the upper or lower arches, but is not a candidate for dental implant treatment because of bone loss. The All-on-4 method uses four strategically placed implants, patients can often forgo bone graft surgery. This can help reduce the cost of your implant treatment since you do not need an implant for each missing tooth. If you require dentures, the All-on-4 method reduces the number of implants needed, which can lower your costs.

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"Wonderful experience! I’ve always hated going to the dentist but Dr. Northcutt and his staff are always so gentle and kind. I really don’t mind going now. The front office staff is pleasant and welcoming. I highly recommend them.."

Suzanne Beard

Insurance and Financing


Many benefits can come from dental implants. However, most basic dental insurance plans will not cover the cost of dental implants. Some plans may help with some aspects of your treatment, such as preliminary periodontal care and basic restoration options However, it most likely will not cover the cost of the implants. Dr. Northcutt and his staff can work with you to develop a CareCredit® financing plan so you can restore the function and form and the benefits of speaking, smiling and chewing with absolute confidence. 

How We Build Your Quote


Your consultation is as followed:

  • Determine your oral health

    During your visit at our Robertsdale, AL dental office, Dr. Northcutt will determine your oral health with a thorough examination. He will look for any issues including infected teeth and gum disease. Any issues may require treatment before the placement of your implant.

  • Examine Jawbone Density

    Next we will measure the density of your jawbone using advanced technologies such as a cone beam CT scanner. The scan results will determine whether bone grafting is needed prior to your implant surgery. 

  • Your different Implant Options

    Based on the location and the number of missing teeth, you may have options on where the implants are placed and how many dental implants are needed. Dr. Northcutt will help you understand every option’s cost and thoroughly explain all available options. He may suggest All-on-4® dental implants if you need to replace a full dental arch.

  • Understanding your Restoration Options

    We then discuss the different restoration options for your implant supported bridges, crowns or dentures. When designing your prosthetic teeth, different materials can be used. Some materials can cost more than others.

  • Examining your Insurance Plan

    The final step is to conduct a complimentary evaluation of your dental insurance plan. Basic plans do not cover dental implants, however your insurer may cover some aspects of costs associated with implant dentistry. Dr. Northcutt and his team will help you find any available coverage and help you get the most out of your benefits.

After the initial consultation is finished, we will provide you with a quote for your dental implant treatment. When you leave Roberstdale Dental implants, you will have a complete understanding of the costs associated with your treatment. Patients from Mobile, Al, to Pensacola, FL and surrounding areas can contact us to request a quote.

Are Implants Really Worth It?

In our experience, Yes, dental implants offer more than restore your smile. They can prevent a range of dental problems and keep your jawbone healthy.  

Every time you bite down, your tooth roots stimulate your jaw. If you are missing teeth, your jaw starts to atrophy from lack of stimulation. This can cause your facial appearance to change and shift existing teeth. By replacing missing teeth with implant-supported restorations and missing tooth roots with dental implants, you can reduce the chance of jawbone atrophy and other issues which can be more expensive than having dental implants placed in the first place.

Cost of Dental Implants
Frequently asked questions

Do you need to pay for 32 dental implants for a full implant-supported denture?

This is a common misconception. No, you do not need an implant for each missing tooth. A  upper or lower full arch denture can be supported with as little as four dental implants. This is called All-on-4 or All-on-X method. 

Are Implants Covered By Dental Insurance?

Implants are not covered under standard dental insurance plans, however other parts of the treatment may be covered. For example, it will most likely cover a portion of preparatory treatments such as bone grafting and gum disease treatment. Our talented staff will work with your insurance company to get you the best possible coverage. 

I see cheap prices advertised for dental implants elsewhere. Why should I not choose those providers?

It is likely these “bargain” prices are possible by using subpar hardware, hiring inexperienced dentists and cutting other corners that could eventually cost you much more than simply choosing a reputable provider in the first place.