A dental implant is not like a filling or a simple tooth extraction. It is categorised as surgery and, hence, costs more than most general dental treatments.

Prices of each dental implant type

Our implant dentists have broken down below the cost of each implant type and system and what you can expect to pay. However, these prices are guidelines; the exact quote for treatment can only be provided after an examination and assessment of your oral condition, as you might require pre-prosthetic procedures like bone grafts to ensure you’re a suitable candidate for treatment.

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A dental implant costs £2,450 (inclusive)

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Single Implant Prices

Our inclusive single dental implant treatment costs £2,450, including abutment and crown.

Multiple implant fees

It is also important to note that the “cost per tooth” is reduced in the case of multiple implants since you will not necessarily have an implant for each missing tooth.

Our dentists use two implants to support several teeth (implant-supported bridges). For example, two implants can keep 3 or 4 missing teeth.

What's Included in The Cost?
  • Consultation with a treatment coordinator (if you are serious about the treatment, you can book a redeemable, paid-for consultation with the specialist dentist)
  • Aftercare and follow-up appointments
  • X-rays and impressions
Average UK Cost

The price of dental implants can vary depending on where you are in the UK and your chosen practice. Typically prices range from £1,900 to £3,000.

Another critical point is that it’s difficult to price one final cost as every patient is different and has different requirements. For example, final fees might include additional treatments like bone regeneration or sinus lifts, this will be an extra cost to the final bill of your reconstruction.

You will need to consult a dentist to create an individual treatment plan for specific costs.

Are Implants Right for You?

The success of your dental implant treatment will rely on the following oral states:

  • Sufficient amount of bone in the jaw
  • Clean and healthy mouths free of gum disease
  • All tooth decay treated

Dental implants provide an advanced treatment solution for patients wanting to avoid dentures or bridges. 

Implants have often been described by patients as life changing; although in them to eat propaperly and smile again.

Often the chosen treatment to renew and complete a patient’s smile, dental implants offer patients a permanent, long-lasting fix to close gaps caused by teeth lost to accident, trauma, gum disease or decay.

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All-on-Four costs between £10,000 – £20,000 per jaw, which saves patients experiencing total tooth loss a considerable amount of money compared to the single traditional implant cost, which starts from £2,550 per tooth (around £28,000 per jaw).

Comparing the Cost to Other Restorative Procedures

  • Cosmetic dentures cost £750 – considering they will need to be replaced every five years, over a lifetime, cosmetic dentures can cost you over £5,000.

Read Dentures Vs Dental Implants.

Potential Additional Costs

Implants at first may appear expensive because denture wearers are known to have very little jawbone or poor gum health, two severe conditions that will need correcting before your implant procedure.

Without sufficient jawbone or good gum health, your implant might fail, so for your tooth replacement method to be successful, we might need to carry out treatments like:

  • Bone grafts/regeneration
  • Sinus lifts to make room for new bone
  • Laser gum surgery (from £550)

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Can I Get Dental Implants Free On the NHS?

Because implants are considered cosmetic, they are rarely redeemable via the NHS.

The NHS will only pay for treatment if there is an immediate clinical need for the procedure. Because implants enhance a patient’s aesthetics, they do not easily fall under this category.

Patients can get dental implants for free, through insurance (check with your provider), and through grants (which will pay a portion of the cost).

Considerations That Might Affect the Price:

  • Number of implants required
  • Type of system and brand selected for the treatment. Premium brand implants tend to be more expensive.
  • Experience of the clinician carrying out the surgery. A more qualified dentist, who works on complex cases might be slightly more expensive.
  • Pre-implant procedures: In occasional cases, other surgical procedures are required to form the correct foundation for the tooth implant.
  • Implants use much more advanced technology and require meticulous care, experience and attention – this is why the work involved can cost more than other restorative solutions.
  • The crown that attaches to the dental implant is custom-made and, in most cases, handcrafted by the dentist.
Be Cautious of Cheap Dental Implants Abroad

Be careful – any dentist can claim they are a cosmetic dentist, so you have to shop around before choosing the right cosmetic dentist. Make sure they’re BACD regulated.

Dental practices abroad offer low-cost tooth replacement options, encouraging many patients to go overseas to seek treatment.

We cannot tell you the number of times we have had to reverse the implant work of dentists abroad, who use different techniques, and implant systems and leave patients in the most shocking of states.

In cases like this, it is hazardous for another dentist to correct the work, and many dentists avoid these cases from the get-go.

Prevent this by going to a local dentist you trust, who can prove their results through reviews and before and after images on Instagram.

Spread the cost: Interest-free finance.

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Before & After Gallery

See what our patients look like before and after implants so you can gain a better idea of how they’re going to look and work for you.

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“Let’s face it, no one likes going to the dentist so it seems a little over the top to say “I loved” my recent dental appointments at The Perfect Smile Studios but I can’t give the professionalism and politeness of the staff any higher accreditation.”

Beth Dudley, St Albans