1201 St Francis Way,
San Claros, CA 94070

Permanent Teeth

Cost $20,995/Arch

All Inclusive Zirconia New Teeth

Affordable Financing

Zero-Down, 96mo, Credit Check Needed

Get Fixed Permanent Teeth In Just Two Visits

Permanent PMMA Teeth
Single Arch (all in)

Finance $185/mo (96 months)

Cost $14,995

The treatment fee includes:

PMMA is a high-performance hybrid material (titanium and acrylic) with high strength and good long-term durability.

Permanent Zirconia Teeth Single Arch (all in)

Financing Available

Cost $20,995

The treatment fee includes:

Zirconia is the strongest and most durable material for dental bridges.

Permanent PMMA Teeth
Single Arch (all in)

Finance $185/mo (96 months)

Cost $14,995

The treatment fee includes:

Zirconia is the strongest and most durable material for dental bridges.

Medi-Cal & Medicare Not Accepted

Full Mouth Dental Implants Cost

Price Options



Free thirty minute All On 4 Implant or other Denture Implant consult.

All ON 4 Dental Implants


Permanently Fixed New Teeth, initially with a provisional prosthesis (permanent teeth). Finance for zero-down, $185/mo, 96 term.

4 Implant Denture


Implant-Retained, Overdenture with new denture. Finance for zero-down, $209/mo, 48 term.

*Does not include Extraction, Bone Grafting or Temporary Tooth

Why Choose San Carlos Implants

Financing Details

Conventional “Teeth in a Day”

PDIC All on 4 Smile

Before and After

Conscious Sedation

Afraid of the dentist? There’s no fear here!

Countless Americans feel uneasy about visiting the dentist, leading them to neglect their dental health. Imagine a visit to the dentist without the worry and dread. At the Permanent Teeth Center, we recognize the significance of establishing a sense of ease with the dentist. Whether through oral or IV medication, our goal is to offer you a relaxed and comfortable dental experience, allowing you to address your dental needs without anxiety.

IV Conscious Sedation

Patients undergoing intricate dental procedures or grappling with intense dental anxiety, IV Conscious Sedation is a common approach. A blend of medications is delivered intravenously, inducing a rapid and profound state of relaxation (twilight zone), minimizing discomfort throughout the treatment. While you'll be notably drowsy, you'll remain conscious, breathing independently, and able to communicate with our staff throughout the procedure. Continuous monitoring of your vital signs and cardiac rhythm ensures a smooth process. Following the dental procedure, many patients have little to no recollection of the appointment day.

Non-IV Conscious Sedation

For patients apprehensive about visiting the dentist, we offer Non-IV Conscious Sedation—a method involving a blend of medications to induce a profound state of relaxation (twilight zone). This approach ensures minimal discomfort during the treatment. Despite feeling quite drowsy, you'll remain conscious and able to communicate with our staff throughout the procedure. Continuous monitoring of your vital signs guarantees a smooth experience. Post-dental procedure, many patients retain little to no memory of the appointment day.

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3 Types Of Denture Implants

1. Implant-Retained, Gum Supported

With this treatment, the overdenture rests directly on your gums and is retained by implants placed into your upper and/or lower jaw. The overdenture, which is removable, is secured to your implants through retentive attachments incorporated into the denture. Implant-retained tissue supported dentures are currently recognized as the minimum standard of care for fully edentulous patients.

2. Bar-Retained, Implant Supported

With this treatment, the overdenture engages retentive attachments on a metal bar that connects to implants, which are placed into your upper and/or lower jaw. The overdenture, which is removable, is secured to the bar through attachments fabricated directly into the denture.

3. Permanently Fixed, Implant Supported

With this treatment, the overdenture and bar are a one-piece framework secured using screws to implants placed into your upper and/or lower jaw. The overdenture is only removable by a Dental Clinician and is the most like natural teeth due to not having flanges and not resting on the gums.

Implant-Supported Full Mouth Dental Implants

Permanent Teeth San carlos CA

Dental implants stand out as the optimal solution for missing teeth, boasting aesthetic appeal, durability, and a long lifespan. However, the cost (click here for price) of a single implant with a crown can accumulate, especially for those requiring replacements for a full set of dental implants.

Dentures, while more affordable, carry a less favorable reputation for being inconvenient and uncomfortable. This is attributed to the maintenance of removal and cleaning, along with the potential for gum and mouth irritation.

There is a new technique in tooth replacement utilizing the functionality of implants with the affordable cost of denture implants. "All-on-4 implants," "All On 6 Implants," and "Teeth Tomorrow" are all branded denture-supported implants using only 6 or 4 implants for an entire arch instead of the traditional 8, making ther treatment more affordable and shortening recovery time.

How Do Denture Implant Restorations Work?

Similar to traditional implants, a titanium or zirconia implant is surgically inserted into the jaw to fuse with the bone, acting as a functional root for an artificial tooth. In the case of implant-supported dentures, a minimal number of implants can provide support for up to 16 teeth in an arch. This type of restoration offers comparable aesthetics and durability while being more cost-effective.

For All on 4 Implants, the strategic placement of four implants ensures adequate support for the entire arch. Your dentist will position two implants in the posterior of the mouth and two in the anterior. The front implants follow the conventional straight insertion into the jaw, while the posterior implants are angled at 45 degrees to eliminate the need for a bone graft. This angled placement simplifies the procedure and reduces costs by bypassing the necessity for bone grafts in the rear jaw bone, which is typical for patients with insufficient bone density to fully support the posterior implants.

The process may differ depending on the specific brand of implant-supported dentures for the entire arch that you select. However, to provide a general overview of the procedure, let's go through the step-by-step process for All-on-4s.

Step 1: Begin by scheduling an initial consultation for your dentist to assess your suitability for implant-supported dentures. Utilizing 3D imaging, your dentist will examine your jaw bone structure and determine the aesthetic and functional aspects of your new teeth, such as dental crown length and bite placement.

Step 2: Your dentist will then create a computer simulation of your mouth through 3D imaging, determining the precise placement of each implant. This step may also involve the fabrication of a surgical template to serve as a guiding tool.

Step 3: The surgical phase commences with the insertion of the four implants. This step includes additional procedures, such as tooth extraction and bone shaping. The implants are capped with abutments and temporary teeth, coinciding with the gradual fusion of the jaw bone with the implants. During recovery, a carefully managed diet of soft foods is recommended to avoid any disruption to the osseointegration process.

Step 4: Three months post-initial placement, the temporary teeth are replaced with a permanently fixed denture. Recovery at this stage should be relatively swift, with minimal discomfort.

A notable advantage of implant-supported dentures is the potential for same-day transformation. You can enter your dental office seeking a single or double arch and leave with implant-supported dentures, achieving a fully reconstructed smile in one visit. However, it's crucial to understand that the same-day benefits only pertain to the placement of implants and temporaries; there's no shortcut to osseointegration. The treatment remains incomplete until the implants fully fuse to the bone, a process that can take several months, and the permanent restorations bond to the implants.

For same-day treatment, your dental office needs 3D imaging technology to map your jawbone and craft temporary dentures. Many dentists are upgrading their office technology, so it's essential to confirm the availability of these tools for the procedure.

The ultimate cost of same-day dentures can be influenced by various factors, including the dentist's location and the necessity for additional procedures like tooth extraction and bone shaping. While the initial sum may appear substantial, it is significantly more economical than the alternative of individually reconstructing and replacing each tooth. Additionally, this option offers superior durability and longevity compared to traditional removable dentures.

If you are in need of full mouth reconstruction or a complete arch replacement, consider implant-supported dentures like All-on-4 as a potential ideal solution. Arrange a consultation with a dentist who specializes in implant-supported procedures. If you currently wear removable dentures, it's possible that you have experienced some bone loss that requires treatment before proceeding. Your dentist will conduct a comprehensive assessment of your jawbone's health to determine whether implant-supported dentures are a suitable option for you.

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Cost Of Full Mouth Dental Implants

Full Mouth Dental Implants

Dental implants are frequently accompanied by a dental crown in order to replace a single missing tooth. However, if you’re facing the cost of a full set of dental implants, a more cost-effective alternative is the All-on-4 dental implant procedure. This method only involves four dental implants, eliminates the need for individual crowns, and incorporates a denture to replace an entire arch of teeth.

How Much Do Denture Implants Cost?

The cost of denture Implants Starts at $8995 for a four-implant overdenture.

Implant Supported Denture Cost

The cost of our Implant Supported dentures varies depending on the type. For detailed pricing information, please refer to the price list located at the top of the page.



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