How Much Do ClearChoice Dental Implants Cost?


Written by:  Howmuchisit.org Staff
Last Updated:  August 10, 2018

Like most of the dental implants on the market, ClearChoice uses a medical-grade titanium implant fixture which will be fused to the jaw bone, with permanent crowns and bridges, if needed, placed on the implants.  The company currently offers a variety of implant procedures with multiple centers within the United States.

How much do ClearChoice dental implants cost?

As with most dental implant procedures, the costs will greatly depend on your independent situation as there are so many factors such as the surgeon, geographical region, the bone density, the type of implants being used, the number of implants needed, if crowns are required and the overall complexity in general.  With hundreds of people sharing their costs online, we did compile their costs in a table below to show you what other people did pay in the United States.

From what we did research, a full set of dentures would range anywhere from $38,000 to $49,000 in the United States.  This price range, again, from what we witnessed, would replace all of the teeth in the mouth and most often a bone graft as well.

Geographical LocationWhat They Paid
Atlanta, GA$35,000
Columbia, MD$25,000 for just the upper arch
Dallas, Texas$40,000
Denver, CO$46,000
Newark, NJ$56,000
Portland, OR$44,000
Rockville, MD
$45,000
San Antonio, TX
$40,000
San Diego, CA$38,500
Vacaville, CA$47,000

Browsing the more than 75 reviews on RealSelf.com, 96% of its members, at the time of this publishing, claimed they had paid anywhere from as little as $22,000 for a partial set to more than $49,000 for a full set.

ClearChoice dental implants overview

According to the official ClearChoice website, throughout its 40,000 dental implant treatment centers, they able to perform everything under one roof with one fixed cost in as little as one day.  Instead of local anesthesia, when compared to a traditional center, a patient will be fully sedated for the procedure.

The process first begins with a pre-procedure exam.  During this exam, when you do decide to move forward, a prosthodontist will finalize your treatment plan and help you prepare for the day of the procedure.  Next, on the day of your scheduled procedure, your dental implants will be in place and you will be able to go home that day with a temporary set of teeth that look quite similar to your natural set.  As time goes on, you will be restricted to a soft food diet for several months, depending on the healing, and the treatment center will ask you to come in for multiple post-operative visits to ensure your teeth are healing properly.  As your mouth is finished healing and your new implants have stabilized, then they will replace your temporary set with a new permanent set.

Tips to know:

The company does note you can request a free consultation to allow a local center to help you create a customized plan just for you.

To find a ClearChoice location, you do so by visiting the official website’s search tool.

How can I save money?

Many have claimed you can go to Mexico or other low-cost of living countries for a fraction of the cost.  From what we did research, some patients were able to go to Mexico, including the airfare and travel expenses, for as little as $9,000 to $12,000 out the door.

ClearChoice is just one of the many brands related to dental implants.  If at all possible, especially due to the higher costs, it is highly advisable you check with at least three to five centers before deciding on your costs.  Most dental centers that do specialize in dental implants will be more than happy to offer a free consultation.

Financing plans are available via the company for those who do qualify.

Some consider checking out a local dental school to see if they can perform the procedure.  If so, the process can be heavily discounted when compared to a private practice.  While a student will work on your mouth, they will always be witnessed by a doctor on hand to ensure everything goes the way it should.


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Average Reported Cost: $44666.67

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How much did you spend?

Was it worth it?  

  1. Jules (Muskegon,  Michigan) paid $46000 and said:

    Medicare can help you find an oral surgeon in your area if you have a medical neeed are are collection SS.

    Was it worth it? Yes

  2. David (Tysons Corner,  Virginia) paid $43000 and said:

    Full cost for both top arch and bottom arch with a 5 year warranty from date of final bridge placement.

    Was it worth it? Yes

  3. Mike Z. (Fort Washington,  Pennsylvania) paid $45000 and said:

    $45,000.00

    Was it worth it? Yes

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