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Dental implants can cost between $2,400 and $3,000. Other work that is needed plays a part in determining the final cost of the procedure. More »

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To receive free or low cost dental work, visit a local United Way and/or health department, try applying for Medicaid or CHIP benefits (for children 19 and under), or participate in clinical trials for dental schools or ... More »

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Contact dental schools in your area to see if they can perform your procedure for free, according to About.com. The procedure may take longer since students are learning and practicing the procedure, but it is overseen b... More »

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The cost for full-mouth dental implants can range from $25,000 to $100,000 US dollars, depending on a variety of factors, explains My Dental Implants. Additional factors that influence price are: what part of the country... More »

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Individuals can get low cost denture or dental implants at dental school clinics or private dental practices using financing plans or charitable grants, according to the American Academy of Periodontology. If an individu... More »

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The average cost of dental implants in the United States is about $4000 as of March 2015, claims the Dental Implant Cost Guide. The calculated value includes the cost of the implant, abutment and crown for a single tooth... More »

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Dental implants in any tooth, including tooth 30, can cause pain and nerve damage, according the BBC. However, as of 2015, only about 1 percent of implant surgeries cause nerve damage. More »

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