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Dental Implants in Mississauga are available in different constructions, types and uses. From single implants to full mouth, whether you are missing one tooth, multiple teeth, have strong jaw bone or weak to providing support for surrounding teeth, the patient has many solutions available, all customized to them. If you need a range, then the treatment costs can vary from under $4,000 to over $20,000.

Cost Ranges for Dental Implants: $4,000 to $20,000+

There is no way any professional dental clinic can give you an exact quote over the phone or email.  How do you know how complicated your particular situation is? At the very least, you need a proper exam and x-rays and a consultation to over your options with the dentist.

Are Dental Implants Covered by insurance?

Unfortunately, dental implants are almost never covered by insurance plans in Canada because they regard them as cosmetic treatment. However, the crown portion of the implant may be covered by your insurance plan if you have crown coverage (depending on how many you are doing). This is good news because the top part of the implant is about half the total price, thus giving you a nice discount on the overall cost.

There are circumstances where you could be covered such as an emergency situation.  We can certainly help you discover what your coverage is with a complimentary benefits check.

Dental Implants for as little as $33.33 a day

At Dr. Bobby Brown and Associates, we offer free consultations so you can get financing information necessary to make a decision. We can do a complimentary treatment estimate and then after your deductions, we can offer fit your budget implant payment plans. We provide 4 months of financing so that one single implant may cost as little as $33.33/day. When you consider you will have your smile, your bite and your confidence back for decades, it’s not a bad deal is it?

Factors that affect the Cost of Dental Implants

Some patient ask, “Why the high upfront cost?” There are several reasons listed below.

Dental Implant Material

Only the top, most high-tech materials go into making your dental implants. The root of the implant is made with Titanium and it is designed for maximum acceptance into your jaw bone and gum tissue.  This process is called osseointegration (absorption into your jaw) and is the reason it takes a few months to heal before the crown can be put on. Allergies or sensitivities to Titanium would result in a necessary change of materials which affects the cost. https://www.peeldentist.com/posts/what-are-the-3-types-of-dental-implants

Implant Dental Surgery Labour

Part of the implant cost is the time the dentist and their staff spend along with other materials cost to make sure you are comfortable during the treatment and enjoy decades with a natural looking and durable implant.

Teeth Extractions

If we are pulling out a tooth that is broken or decayed, then that is part of the overall implant cost as well.

Healing Cap

The healing cap is placed on the implant screw during the healing process and before the crown is put on. This is mandatory but is part of the overall cost.

Number of Dental Implants

The biggest factor affecting your cost is how many implants are you getting. The cost approximately depends on the number of implants multiplied by the cost of one implant.

 Bone Grafting

The clock is always against you when you have missing teeth. Over a year with a gap can cause bone loss in your jaw. During the consultation and exam, the dentist has to determine your bone density to see if it can support an implant. The longer you wait, the more the gums and jaw in the area is recessed and makes it harder to place the implant.

For patients that lack the necessary bone density, bone grafts may be needed and that affects the cost.

Are Dental Implants Worth the Cost?

Usually when patients ask this, we make them write out the pros and the cons for dental implants.

Pros and Advantages of Dental Implants:

  • They are natural looking.
  • They feel like your real teeth.
  • Only require the same maintenance as your regular teeth.
  • Provides support to your adjacent teeth.
  • Last for decades and are durable.
  • Prevent future bone loss.
  • Prevent gum loss.
  • Reduce potential for cavities around your adjacent teeth.
  • Low overall cost over the lifetime of the implant.
  • Payment plans to help reduce the high upfront cost.

Cons and Disadvantages of Dental Implants:

  • Upfront cost

After doing this exercise and speaking with other patients who have implants, it makes the choice much easier.

Frequently Asked Questions


How much is it for a full mouth of dental implants?

It depends how many implants, but a full set of teeth implants cost more than $20,000 which is spread out with patient financing.

Are dental implants free in Canada?

Dental implants are not free unfortunately.

 How much do All On 4 dental implants cost?

All on 4 Dental Implants can cost anywhere from $20,000 to $30,000. They allow you to have the stability of some implants but they are used primarily as support for dentures. Implant dentures have a reduced overall cost because they allow you to have a full set of teeth replaced with only 4 implants.

What is the cheapest way to replace a missing tooth?

Dentures are the cheapest way to replace missing teeth, especially if it’s a full mouth of teeth. They are simply false teeth suspended in a tray that you can put in or take out of your mouth as needed.

Are Dental Implants Worth it

That’s a question you have to ask yourself. Obviously, we think so – for most people at least. We would rather see you go about your life the way you want and enjoy it freely and we are here to help you every step of the way. Hopefully, we have provided a lot of information about implants so that you can decide if it’s worth the investment or not.