As you might know, dental implants are the most life-like, advanced tooth replacement prosthetic on the market.
However, with different types, methods and versions designed to target different tooth loss cases, it’s easy not to understand how much it will cost you exactly to replace your missing teeth.
But don’t worry. We’ve broken it down by treatment and by problem below for you…
1. Single tooth loss
- Implant type: Single implants
- Cost: £2,950
You can opt for a single implant if you have one missing tooth and do not wish to bridge the gap. The cost of one implant is £2,950, which includes the abutment and crown.
2. Multiple tooth loss (2-3 missing teeth in a row)
- Implant type: Implant-supported bridges
- Cost: from £12,999
If you have two or three missing teeth in a row, we can use one dental implant combined with a bridge to replace up to three missing teeth if healthy teeth exist on either side of the gap.
Please also note that three dental implants can hold up to five teeth.
3. Multiple tooth loss (2-3 missing teeth not in a row)
- Implant type: Multiple implants
- Cost: £2,950 per tooth
If you have missing teeth throughout the mouth that are not in a row, you’ll have to use separate dental implants to close the gaps. Alternatively, if gaps neighbour missing teeth, we can look into bridging these instead.
4. Total tooth loss – full mouth replacement
For patients with a full jaw (arch) or a full mouth of missing teeth, we can use three or four dental implants, for example, to hold a full set of teeth on a denture rather than replace each gap with a dental implant.
There are two types of dentures: one that’s removable and snaps-on, referred to as Snap-on Dentures or Implant-Retained, and then the more advanced, All-on-4, which is fixed and offers the least degree of movement.
Find the method that’s right for you with a consultation. Book here for one at our South East London practice.
What’s included in the cost
- Your appointments (typically three)
- Final restoration like crown, bridge or denture
- Dental abutments and implant
- Aftercare, advice, adjustments and support
An initial dental implant consultation is not included in the cost of your dental implant – but is required for you to begin. We charge £75 for a consultation with a dental implant dentist, who will perform all your necessary scans.
Learn more about dental implant costs here.
Are there any additional costs?
Depending on your case of missing teeth, additional procedures may be required to ensure you’re suitable for implant placement. For example, bone grafts, sinus lifts and even hygiene sessions might be required to sustain implant viability.
Most treatments can be financed
We offer dental finance at our London practice for patients wanting to spread the cost of their dental implant treatment in manageable monthly instalments.
For example, you can finance a single dental implant (interest-free) for £245.83 per month, or for longer, interest-bearing terms up to 60 months, you can pay as little as £68.59 per month. Learn more.
Affordable dental finance on all treatments over £995.00
We’ve teamed up with Chrysalis Finance to provide you with simple & affordable ways to pay for all types of dental treatment; finance from £950.00 to £25,000.00. You don’t need to be a homeowner. When approved, Chrysalis would pay our clinic directly. Chrysalis Finance Limited is Authorised and Regulated by the Financial Conduct Authority, FRN 631193. This does not affect your credit score.
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