Surgery its depends. Just like any surgery—because, yes, it is surgery—there are many factors that determine the price of a dental implant. The dentist’s overhead, geographical location, and individual fee structure will all be calculated into the cost of the procedure. And, each patient’s physical circumstance must be evaluated as well. Jawbone and gum condition, whether or not a bone graft and/or an extraction or temporary tooth is necessary, and anesthesia options are all considered in the cost of an implant.
Because of all these variables, I hesitate to quote a price. But, that’s not what you want to hear. You want to know just how much an implant is going to set you back. So, taking away any insurance differentials, I’d say you should expect the entire procedure, including the crown, to cost between $3,000 and $5,000 per tooth.