Denture implant allow you to smile confidently again and bring back the original function and appearance of your smile. They will enable the wearer to chew and bite the food usually and prevent jawbone deterioration. Allow us to explain the cost and value of this restoration compared to other tooth replacement options.

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How much is a dental implant?

Cost for a single tooth implant is estimated to range from $3000 to $4000; according to The New York Times and American Academy of Implant Dentistry.

Cost of full mouth dental implants vary between $3,000 and could go over $50,000. This cost includes an implant, abutment and the implant crown.

This can be expensive and dental insurance may help pay for implant crown.

At Valley Dental Surgery & Implant Center, you can expect to pay much less than that, starting at around $1900 for an implant.

How much does insurance pay for a single tooth dental implant?

Not all insurance companies can cover dental implants because often, it is considered a cosmetic treatment. However, some parts of the procedure can be covered, such as tooth extraction, restoration of the upper and lower jaw so that you can eat and speak normally, so check your plan for dental implants procedure cost with insurance. A lot of dental insurance plans can cover the cost, but it has an annual reimbursement limit of $1500. This amount hasn’t changed for decades, but it may be enough to cover half of the cost of a single implant.

Specific plans with Delta Dental can cover up to 50% of the cost per year. Some Cigna plans can cover one full one as well. Check with them for additional information.

Valley Dental Surgery & Implant Center accepts most PPOs in Santa Rosa, California. We have many years of experience working with insurance companies, and our benefits coordinator will be happy to assist you. We will check to see what can be covered with your policies and file the insurance paperwork on your behalf to ensure the benefits are maximized.

How much is a dental implant in a day?

Same-day implants are a great solution when you need to replace a single tooth due to an accident or sudden tooth loss. The price of the implant will include the surgical procedure, cost of the implant, abutment, and crown, and the cost for fabrication on a single day. In 2020, the cost ranges from $1500 up to $6000. Having a tooth in one day has never been this easy.

Is Tooth Implant a Good Investment?

According to the American Academy of Implant Dentistry, implants are price competitive compared to dentures and bridges. But the cost is what usually puts people off this procedure. Before you decide, below are some of its advantages over traditional removable dentures:

  • Health – Living with missing teeth can deteriorate the jawbone over time. You are also at risk of having digestive issues and choking problems if you can’t chew food properly because of missing teeth.
  • Convenience – Fewer dentist’s visits mean cheaper maintenance costs. You’ll also incur less on replacement costs, and there won’t be any special tools or maintenance equipment except maintaining proper oral hygiene.
  • Quality of life – dentures tend to interfere with eating, drinking, laughing, speaking.
  • Total price – The initial cost of dentures is lower than implants. Still, the cost will increase later when you need to replace the dentures every 5 to 15 years, relining, and recurring expenses like special brushes, cleaning solutions, and adhesives can add up that what you’ll be spending might be higher than getting implants in the first place.

Dental implant cost: Saving Money

Let’s face it: dental implants are not cheap. At that price, some would call it a luxury or unnecessary expense as there is a cheaper alternative. However, these are the best treatment to have if you want a look and feel similar to your natural teeth. Thus, they are worth considering as the results are worth the price. The good news is that there are many ways you can save money on implants, below are some suggestions:

  • Government Programs – Medicaid and Medicare can pay for routine care, but it won’t cover the cost of the treatment. Medicare is intended for people 65 years and older, and it can only cover for emergency-related treatments.
  • Flexible spending accounts (FSA) – Flexible Spending Accounts are a set amount of pretax income from your wages and put into FSA to be used for healthcare needs. FSA is only available to employers who have this option. You can learn more about FSA’s here.
  • Health savings accounts (HSA) – Health Savings Accounts are regulated by the government, which is similar to FSA that allows pretax income to cover healthcare costs. However, HSAs can pay for treatments not covered by your insurance. Let your Benefits coordinator know if you have FSA or HSA as it could pay for the cost of the procedure and be reimbursed. It can even have the benefits paid to the doctor directly. Find out more about HSA’s.
  • Dental schools – Research for dental schools near you as most of these schools can offer discounts on your services. The schools that offer discounts usually have their students perform the treatment, but don’t worry because a board-certified dentist will be nearby to assist the student.
  • In House Payment Plans – We offer convenient monthly payment plans to our patients who cannot afford to pay the treatment in full. Your treatment’s total cost is divided into monthly payments, so you won’t have to pay for it all at once. We also accept in Santa Rosa all major credit cards like Visa, MasterCard, and American Express. We also work with CareCredit.

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If you are near Santa Rosa, schedule an appointment with Dr. Hani Jamah us as soon as possible so we can answer any questions you might have about this procedure and how much it will cost for your case. Don’t let the price put you down from this life-changing decision. See our California treatments.

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Are dental implants worth it?

Tooth implants Restorative Dentistry produces results that are as close to having natural teeth. There is no other dental restoration procedure that can prevent bone resorption, and it also allows the patients to eat and speak as they would when they have all their natural teeth intact. Often patients have seen a boost in confidence after being treated with implants; thus, the price spent on this treatment is worth it.

Can I make payments on dental implants?

Yes. You can make payments on dental implants at Valley Dental Surgery & Implant Center. We offer various payment options like credit cards, which allow you to have monthly payments. We also work with lenders such as CareCredit and LendingClub. We are proud to offer interest-free in-house financing so our patients can get this treatment without worrying about paying it in full.

How much does insurance pay for dental implants?

The cost of insurance for dental implants will depend on your case, and often, they can only cover a small amount. Dr. Hani Jamah DDS suggests that patients check their plan for the specifics of their policy as there are plans that can cover this treatment in 50% of the total cost or in full. Our benefits coordinator can check your benefits for you and make sure your benefits are maximized.

How can I get insurance to pay for dental implants?

Check your insurance provider and ask what aspects of the dental implant procedure can be covered. They may be able to pay some of the parts of the procedure even if dental implants can't be covered. It is also possible for them to pay for implants depending on what causes you to lose a tooth or more, and if it is causing additional complications. Additionally, if your tooth was lost because of an accident, your insurance policy can cover for it. Our benefits coordinator will review your insurance and help maximize your benefits.

How can I get dental implants without insurance?

There are various ways you can pay for this treatment, even if you don't have insurance. This includes lenders such as CareCredit and Lending Tree. Our office also accepts interest-free, in-house financing for this treatment.

Dental Implant Cost Near Me

Choosing a dentist near where you live, studying, or working is essential when you want to save money from this treatment. There may be several treatments or follow up appointments later during your treatment and your routine visits. Having a dental office near you can make things more convenient. Look for a specialist who has excellent reviews for dental implants and one you are comfortable with.

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Dr. Hani Jamah, DDS

Dr. Hani Jamah is a top-rated and well-respected dental surgeon serving patients of all ages in Santa Rosa, California and throughout the San Francisco Bay Area. He has received over 23 years of extensive training throughout his career in addition to attending the Advanced Graduate Post Doctoral Prosthetic Residency program at USC School of Dentistry. He earned his Diplomat then his Mastership in dental implant and Its related surgeries from the International Dental Implant Association.

Dr. Jamah continuously keeps abreast of the latest advances and developments in the field of oral surgery, participating in numerous postgraduate education and special training courses in the field of wisdom teeth, sinus surgeries and bone surgeries. Combining Dr. Jamah’s skilled expertise and compassion as well as his genuine hospitality, patients feel very at ease. He goes to great lengths and passion to make all procedures gentle and comfortable.

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  • No Pressure 30 Minute Consultation

We lead through patient education. In your consultation, Dr. Jamah will get to know you and your needs. After, he will perform a comprehensive exam to more accurately determine a treatment plan you feel comfortable with.

  • Unsurpassed Implant Experience

In addition to being a fellow in the International Congress of Oral Implantologists, Dr. Jamah continues to train other dentists on Dental Implantology.

  • Cost Effective Treatment

We make sure we have a treatment plan for every budget. We pride ourselves on providing VERY affordable care that is guaranteed to be the highest quality.

  • We accept many PPO plans and are preferred providers and in-network with over 13 major insurances.
  • 6 – 12 month payment options available

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What Is A Dental Implant?


Unlike a partial or complete denture, which will need adjusting over time and may shift or slip in place, dental implants are secured directly into the jawbone just like natural, healthy adult teeth. This fixed prosthetic device includes a small titanium screw that secures a dental crown (replacement tooth) into place to look, feel and function just like a regular tooth.


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Technology to improve your Dental Health

  • Evens out irregular pressure on bite and teeth after tooth loss
  • Help maintain bone level in and surrounding the artificial roots
  • Restores natural face shape for improved appearance
  • Avoid gum recession around the new teeth
  • Restores natural functions of biting, chewing and speaking
  • Preparation (grinding down) of adjacent natural teeth
  • Each new tooth is personalized to look and feel natural
  • No need for daily removal or special cleaning
  • Teeth to be placed the same day as your extractions
  • With proper care they can last a lifetime
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Simple Payment Options


At Hani Jamah we understand the importance of giving our patients different payment options to better suit their needs.

We accept many PPO plans and are preferred providers and in-network with over 13 major insurances.

Conveniently offer a Membership Plan

6 – 12 month payment options available.

Dr. Jamah uses Dentrix , a leading, state-of-the-art, dental implant treatment planning software. Dr. Jamah can virtually place the dental implants into a digital version of your mouth to determine the perfect implant placement. Ideal implant placement has great looking results that last a long long time. Best of all, it makes the implant placement process a short and straightforward process with the least amount of discomfort and fastest recovery times.

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