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Cost of Dental Implants

Cost of Dental Implants in Oklahoma City, OK

Affordable Tooth Restoration

At Oral Surgery Specialists of Oklahoma, we believe that a complete smile is something everyone deserves. We understand the impact that missing teeth can have, and our oral surgeons proudly offer a variety of implant-based restorative treatments to patients in Oklahoma City, OK. In addition to completing your smile cosmetically, dental implants function just like a healthy, natural tooth. You can enjoy eating and laughing without having to remove cumbersome dentures. To learn more about how dental implants work and their oral health benefits, visit our Dental Implants page.

What Determines the Cost of Dental Implants?

The cost of dental implants varies depending on several factors, which we will discuss during your first visit. These factors include:

  • The number of dental implants you need. We can place single dental implants, multiple dental implants, or use implant posts to secure a fixed prosthesis through full-arch restoration.
  • Your choice of anesthesia. Local anesthesia, nitrous oxide, IV sedation, and general anesthesia are available. Most patients undergo local anesthesia for single implant placement or IV sedation for multiple implants.
  • Your dental insurance. Our office is in-network with many insurance companies and will send a claim on your behalf, provided we have the necessary information.
  • If additional procedures are necessary, including tooth extraction and bone grafts.

When you come to our office for your consultation, you will meet with one of our oral surgeons, Dr. Bryan or Dr. Goodson, and our periodontist, Dr. Fuller. Your surgeon will evaluate your teeth and bone structure using 3D scans. Our team will create a treatment plan unique to your needs and explain the steps of your dental implant procedure.

Then, our administrative staff will walk you through your payment options. We make this process seamless and are always here to answer your questions. To schedule your consultation with us in Oklahoma City, OK, contact us today.

Ways to Pay for Dental Implants

As a courtesy to our patients, our office accepts a variety of payment options, including:

  • Visa®
  • MasterCard®
  • American Express®
  • Discover®

There are ways to finance your oral surgery care. Oral Surgery Specialists of Oklahoma is enrolled with financing institutions so that patients can pay for their treatment over time. To learn more about financing options and methods of payment, contact our office.


CareCredit is a credit card that you can use to pay for expenses that are not covered by insurance. After your dental implant surgery, use your credit card to pay. With CareCredit, you choose the short- or long-term repayment plan that works for your lifestyle. There are over 225,000 enrolled CareCredit providers nationwide, allowing you to use your credit card to pay for oral surgery, chiropractic care, general dentistry, diagnostics, and even pet care. Visit the official CareCredit website to learn more and easily apply for your credit card online.


LendingClub provides personal loans of up to $40,000. The money can be used for almost any purpose, including oral surgery. There is a fixed term, a fixed interest rate, and a regular monthly payment schedule to repay your loan. LendingClub allows you to select the loan and payment that fits your budget and provides you with the exact date your loan will be fully paid off. Once approved, you will receive your funds in as little as a few days. You can then use it to cover the cost of your dental implants and other oral surgery needs. Visit the official LendingClub website to learn more and easily apply for your personal loan online.

Dental Implants: An Investment Worth Making

Traditional dentures and bridges are often cheaper upfront. These tooth replacement methods cosmetically restore your smile, but many patients find them unsatisfactory in comfort, convenience, and maintenance. Unlike these options, Dental Implants page fuse to the jaw bone, providing cosmetic and functional restoration. Your dental implant will remain in your mouth and is strong, allowing you to eat foods and practice good oral hygiene the same way you do with a natural tooth.

Whether you're missing a single tooth or multiple teeth, the jaw bone underneath will weaken over time. This occurs because a tooth's root provides the jaw with stimulation and keeps it healthy. Without stimulation, the bone will atrophy. This deterioration can progress to severe bone loss, which requires costly and extensive bone repair surgery. The post of a dental implant provides the same stimulation to the jaw as a natural tooth, effectively preventing bone loss and the need for costly surgeries in the future.

An incomplete smile may cause self-esteem issues, but it also damages your general oral health. Bone loss, dental shifting, and bite problems can all occur because of missing teeth. These conditions can contribute to more severe problems, such as gum disease or tooth decay. By investing in dental implants now, you protect your oral health and smile for years to come.

Denture Replacement With Dental Implants

If you currently wear dentures, we encourage you to consider the convenience and health benefits that dental implants could provide over your traditional tooth replacement option. Dental implants prevent bone loss and preserve facial structure, whereas dentures sit on top of the bony ridge in the mouth and do not fuse to the jaw bone. Removable dentures can lead to feelings of embarrassment during meals or brushing when you have to take your teeth out. Dentures should also be replaced and refitted every few years.

Dental implants, however, remain in your mouth at all times and can last for many years with proper care. Patients who wear full dentures may qualify for a smile makeover through full-arch restoration. Contact our office to learn about denture replacement in Oklahoma City, OK, and how our specialists can provide you with a healthier, more comfortable alternative to full or partial dentures.

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Questions? We Are Here to Help

Our staff is here to answer your questions and guide you throughout your journey with our practice. Feel free to contact us if you have any questions or concerns regarding your treatment.