Cost of Full Arch Replacement

Making Dental Implants Financially Work For You

Central Texas Implant Center offers a top-tier solution for dental implants, which combines the latest advancements in implant dentistry while working with our patients to ensure their treatment is a financial fit.

The price of full mouth reconstruction starts at $25,000 for a top or a bottom arch. Financing is available for qualified applicants. We do not accept Medicaid or Medicare. 

In nearly every situation at Central Texas Implant Center, if you have missing teeth or you are are wearing a denture, we have the right full arch solution for you. It’s just a matter of determining which option meets your need and fits your budget.

To learn more about your financing options, scroll down. 

Dr. Bhavesh Bhakta

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Dental implants provide a foundation for replacement teeth that look, feel, and function like natural teeth. With implants, you can rediscover the comfort and confidence to eat, speak, laugh, and enjoy life. Implants are expected to last for a lifetime, don’t decay and won’t affect your surrounding teeth.

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How You Can Afford Dental Implants?

Have you ever purchased a $30,000 car or taken an expensive vacation? Chances are you didn’t pay for it all at one time. You may have put together a payment plan to spread out the total cost or borrowed from savings or an asset like your home.

Most patients finance most or all of the cost of their implant procedure the same way. Because many life-enhancing procedures such as implants are considered “elective,” insurance may cover only a portion of the procedure, if anything. Medicaid, Medicare, and state insurance policies do not cover the cost of dental implants.

So, to achieve the smile of your dreams, you may need to consider financing the cost as has been the case with many of our patients. 

Fortunately, at Central Texas Implant Center, we offer a range of payment plans and options that make full arch replacement quite affordable at low monthly rates. If your credit score is average or even slightly below, we can help you apply online with a third-party financing company, and you’ll often receive an instant decision. 

If you don’t qualify, all hope is not lost. Some patients ask a friend, family member, or spouse to co-sign with them for financing.

Home Equity Line of Credit Payment Plan
Some patients take out a home equity line of credit. You may have done something similar to remodel a kitchen or pay for your child’s college. Many patients use the equity in their homes to pay for their life-changing treatments – especially because interest rates are low and tax write-offs may be available.

Borrowing from a Retirement Plan
Patients also borrow from a retirement savings fund such as a 401(k), 403(b), or 457(b) account. This option includes multiple advantages, such as low monthly payments that may be extended, in many instances, over a span of five years. A considerable benefit of borrowing from a self-funded retirement account includes the availability of low interest rates regardless of your credit score rating. Furthermore, all interest paid by you is deposited back into your retirement account instead of a lending institution.

The alternative is NOT taking action.

Doing nothing will lead to more jawbone loss, leading to loose-fitting removable partials and dentures, and ultimately unstable teeth and difficulty chewing – especially healthier foods like fruits, vegetables, whole grains, and meat.

There are also professional and social costs. Studies  show that poor oral health can negatively affect your pay or even a new job offer. When people are embarrassed by their smiles, they tend to be socially shy and not as happy.

Fortunately, there is a solution at Central Texas Implant Center, and it can happen in as little as a day. Can you really afford to wait? Schedule your office visit today.

They are great people to work with. Very knowledgeable and made everything easy and painless. For someone who hasn't been to the dentist in a long time it was nice to know that I was on good hands.

- Jason