Implant Bridge

Implant-Supported Bridge

Implant Retained Bridge Package

This all-inclusive package covers the entire implant bridge procedure.

Financing Options

We offer affordable financing solutions with no initial payment required, subject to a credit check.

*Please note this offer is valid until November 10, 2023.
Permanent Teeth Zirconia Double Arch (all in)
Financing Available

Cost $39,995

Dual Zirconia Dental Restorations Image

The treatment fee includes:

  • Complete Oral Evaluation
  • Cone-Beam CT Scan
  • 4 Implants per Arch
  • Removable Provisional & Final Fixed Prosthesis
  • Working with a team of experienced experts who can deliver a life-changing smile
Permanent Teeth Zirconia Single Arch (all in)
Financing Available

  Cost $20,995

Zirconia Dental Restoration Image

The treatment fee includes:

  • Complete Oral Evaluation
  • Cone-Beam CT Scan
  • 4 Implants per Arch
  • Removable Provisional & Final Fixed Prosthesis
  • Working with a team of experienced experts who can deliver a life-changing smile
All On Four Dental Implants Single Arch
Financing Available

  Cost $15,995

Full Arch Dental

The treatment fee includes:

  • Complete Oral Evaluation
  • Cone-Beam CT Scan
  • All Extractions If Needed
  • 4 Implants per Arch
  • Fixed Provisional Prosthesis
  • Working with a team of experienced experts who can deliver a life-changing smile

Implant Denture Cost

Pricing Options for Dental Implants

Four-Implant Denture

Consultation Offer

All-on-4 Zirconia Double Arch

All On 4 Dental Implants

All-on-4 Zirconia Single Arch

4 Implant Denture

Financing Terms:

Before & After

Sedation Dentistry

Overcome your dental fears with ease!

Dental anxiety is a common issue affecting millions, often leading to neglected dental care. At Permanent Teeth Center, we prioritize your comfort, offering advanced sedation options to ensure a stress-free dental experience. Now, you can receive the necessary dental care without the burden of fear.

Conquering Dental Anxiety for Comfortable Care in Portland
IV Conscious Sedation for Comfortable Dental Treatments in Portland

IV Conscious Sedation

For those facing significant dental anxiety or undergoing complex procedures, IV Conscious Sedation is an excellent option. This method involves administering a blend of sedatives directly into the bloodstream, quickly ushering you into a deeply relaxed state, often referred to as the “twilight zone.” You’ll feel minimal discomfort, remain awake enough to interact with our team, and breathe independently. Throughout the procedure, we closely monitor your vital signs and heart rhythm to ensure your safety. Post-treatment, patients typically recall little to nothing of their time in the dental chair.

Oral Conscious Sedation

For patients apprehensive about dental visits, Oral Conscious Sedation offers a tranquil experience without the need for IVs. By taking prescribed medication, you’ll enter a similar “twilight zone” of relaxation, feeling minimal discomfort and remaining alert enough to communicate with our staff. We keep a close watch on your vital signs during sedation for your peace of mind. Afterward, it’s common for patients to have little to no memory of the procedure, making for a calm and forgettable dental visit.

Relaxing Oral Conscious Sedation

Patient Testimonial

Denture Implant Options

Implant-Supported Overdentures

This option involves an overdenture that sits on the gums and is anchored by implants inserted into the jaw. The removable overdenture connects to the implants with special fixtures, offering a stable and cost-effective solution for complete tooth loss.

Bar-Attached Implant Overdentures

Here, a custom-fabricated metal bar links to implants in the jaw, providing a secure base for the overdenture. The removable denture snaps onto the bar, offering improved stability and retention compared to traditional dentures.

Fixed Implant-Supported Overdentures

This choice offers a non-removable solution where the overdenture is fixed to the implants with screws by a dental professional. Mimicking the feel and function of natural teeth, this option does not rest on the gums and provides the highest level of comfort and stability.

Implant Bridges

Implant Bridges in Portland OR

Implant bridges in Portland, OR, offer a modern solution for replacing missing teeth, with options like dental implants, traditional bridges, and dentures available. It’s essential to discuss the pros and cons of each with your dental professional to find the best fit for your needs.

Dental Bridges

Bridges are designed to bridge the gap created by one or more missing teeth. They are made up of two or more crowns for the teeth on either side of the gap (these two or more anchoring teeth are known as abutment teeth) and a false tooth/teeth in between. These false teeth are called pontics and can be made from gold, alloys, porcelain, or a combination of these materials. Dental bridges are supported by natural teeth or implants.

Dental Implants

Considered the gold standard for tooth replacement, dental implants offer a long-lasting and aesthetic solution. They can be more costly, especially when multiple teeth are missing, but newer techniques like “All-on-4” or “All On 6” implants provide a full-arch restoration using fewer implants, reducing cost and recovery time.

How Implant Bridges Work

Implant bridges use dental implants rather than natural teeth as the support structure. They are a great option when there are not enough healthy natural teeth for a traditional bridge or when several teeth in a row are missing.

The Process

Same-Day Teeth

Some clinics offer “Teeth in One Day,” where patients can receive a full set of temporary teeth on the same day as their implant surgery. However, the final, permanent teeth will only be placed once the implants have fully integrated with the jawbone.

Cost Considerations

The cost of implant bridges varies based on location, additional procedures needed, and the complexity of the case. While the upfront cost may seem high, implant bridges offer greater durability and longevity compared to traditional dentures.


Ideal candidates for implant bridges are those in need of tooth replacement who have sufficient jawbone health. An evaluation by a dentist skilled in implant procedures is necessary to determine if this is the right option for you.

Cost Of Implant Bridges

Implant Bridge

An implant bridge is a dental restoration that replaces one or more missing teeth. Unlike traditional bridges, which anchor to existing teeth, an implant bridge uses dental implants for support. This method is often preferred when adjacent teeth are not suitable as anchors or when a more permanent solution is desired.

Implant-Supported Denture Costs

The cost for implant-supported dentures can differ based on various factors such as the materials used, the complexity of the case, and geographic location. For specific pricing, refer to the detailed price list provided.

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