Dental Implants

Cost of Implants

Costs Associated with Dental Implants

Dental implants are different from routine procedures like fillings or basic tooth extractions. They are a surgical procedure and there is a higher cost compared to the majority of standard dental treatments. We will help you determine your circumstances and decide if implants are worth it for your situation

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  • Savings compared to average London prices.
  • Complimentary Implant Consultation.
  • Flexible 0% dental finance options.
  • Same-day teeth availability.
  • Competitive pricing.

Individual Implant Expenses

The prices that we quote cover the abutment and crown.

Costs for Multiple Implants

It's important to realise that the "per-tooth cost" is less when opting for multiple implants, as not every missing tooth requires a dedicated implant.

Dr. Patel will employ two implants to uphold several teeth, as seen in implant-supported bridges. For instance, two implants can effectively support 3 or 4 missing teeth.


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Possible Supplementary Expenses

Initially, dental implants may seem costly, especially for denture wearers who often exhibit minimal jawbone or compromised gum health—two significant issues that must be corrected before the implant procedure.

To ensure the success of your tooth replacement, corrective treatments might be necessary, such as:

  • Bone grafts/regeneration
  • Sinus lifts to create space for new bone

Availability of Free Dental Implants on the NHS

Getting dental implants through the NHS can be difficult, mainly because these procedures are predominantly considered cosmetic.

NHS availability is typically limited to cases where there is an urgent clinical necessity for the treatment. Given that dental implants primarily enhance aesthetic aspects, meeting the criteria for NHS funding can be difficult.

While getting dental implants for free through the NHS is uncommon, individuals may explore alternative options such as coverage through insurance (subject to provider policies) or grants, which can contribute toward the overall cost.

Factors affecting Dental Implant Costs:

Several aspects play a role in determining the cost of dental implants:

  1. Number of Implants: The overall price is influenced by the quantity of implants needed for the treatment.
  2. System and Brand Selection: Opting for premium brand implants may contribute to a higher overall cost.
  3. Clinician's Expertise: The experience and qualifications of the performing clinician can affect the pricing, particularly for intricate cases.
  4. Pre-Implant Procedures: Additional surgical procedures may be necessary in certain instances to establish a suitable foundation for the dental implant.
  5. Technological Advancements: Implants involve cutting-edge technology and demand precise care and expertise, contributing to their comparatively higher cost compared to alternative restorative solutions.
  6. Custom-Made Crowns: The crown affixed to the dental implant is often tailor-made and, in many instances, meticulously crafted by the dentist and technician.

Considerations for Overseas Dental Implants:

Exercise caution when considering cheap dental implants abroad. Not every dentist claiming to be a cosmetic dentist is qualified; thorough research is vital.

Many dental practices abroad lure patients with low-cost tooth replacement options, prompting many to seek treatment overseas. Unfortunately, we've witnessed cases where implant work performed abroad, utilizing diverse techniques and systems, necessitated corrective measures, often leaving patients with distressing conditions.

Correcting such cases poses hazards for corrective dentistry, and many dentists may avoid taking on these challenges from the outset. To reduce these risks, opt for a local dentist with a trusted reputation. Look for evidence of their expertise through reviews and before-and-after images, perhaps showcased on platforms like Instagram.

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Dental Implant Queries

  1. Lifespan of Dental Implants:
  2. Can Dental Implants last Indefinitely? Once the implant integrates with your jawbone and tissues, the titanium implant functions like a natural root. The lifespan of your implant also relies on the care and maintenance of your oral health.
  3. Pain and Discomfort: Is Pain Associated with Dental Implant Placement? When we  place the implant, we are careful to carry out a pain-free procedure and if required various sedation methods suitable for nervous patients.
  4. Age Requirement for Dental Implants: Is There a Minimum Age for Dental Implant Treatment? While there is no specific age limit, our dentists recommend individuals to be over 18 for the dental implant procedure.
  5. Safety of Dental Implant Treatment: We employ Computer Guided implant placement techniques. We also employ comprehensive planning systems to ensure the success and safety of the implant treatment.
  6. Value of Dental Implants: Assessing the Benefits of Dental Implants: A dental implant offers numerous oral health advantages, including smile enhancement, stabilisation of adjacent teeth, and protection against gum disease.
  7. Pain in the Implant Process: Managing Discomfort in the Implant Process: Some slight discomfort may following the placement of a new implant, which minimized through modern anaesthetics. Post-procedure, swelling and slight aching may occur for 1-2 days. Many patients undergo multiple implants in a single day with minimal pain or distress. Existing patient have described this discomfort as no worse than that experienced after a tooth removal.

Implant Guide

Implants undergo colour matching and meticulous shaping to seamlessly harmonize with your natural teeth. Implant teeth are virtually indistinguishable from real teeth.

Long-Lasting Dental Implants

Once the implant integrates with your jawbone and surrounding tissues, the artificial titanium structure functions just like a natural root.

When we insert a titanium implant into the jawbone, it becomes an integral part of your oral structure.

This provides numerous health advantages, such as slowing or stopping bone loss, reinforcing the jawbone's structure, and diminishing the likelihood of gum disease due to better cleaning when compared to dentures.[Learn More.]

Longevity of Dental Implants

When appropriately cared for, dental implants boast a lifespan ranging from ten to twenty-five years or even longer.

Dental implants are beneficial for:

  • Tooth loss due to trauma, accidents, or injuries
  • Missing teeth resulting from gum disease or insufficient bone
  • Substituting old, worn, or fractured dentures
  • Integrated treatments like Implant-Retained Dentures
  • Offering both removable and fixed options
  • Addressing individual tooth loss or entire arches in a single session

The long term success of your implant depends on your commitment to your oral health. [Discover more.]

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