The Costs of All on 4 Broken Down

How much does the All-on-4 procedure cost in the UK?

  • Fixed options with the least degree of movement
  • Replaces a full set of teeth in just one day
  • Does not require bone in the jaw

In today’s restorative dentistry, All-on-4 is considered the gold standard but comes at a cost. The graftless All on 4 procedure is not cheap.

Averaging costs in the UK are between £9,999 and £16,000 per arch. So, patients wishing to replace missing teeth in both the upper and lower jaws can expect to pay anywhere from £20,000 to £32,000 for a full mouth.

Whilst initially, this might seem expensive, we must advise that All-on-4 is not a dental treatment you want to try and get cheaper.

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Our All-on-4 costs – 2023 prices

How to pay for All-on-4

There are three ways to pay for All-on-4:

  1. Upfront – patients will pay 50% before treatment and the remaining 50% on completion.
  2. With dental finance payment plans – choose to place a deposit for more affordable monthly payments.
  3. Dental insurance might pay a percentage of the price.

All on 4 on finance

Finance payment plans are a popular payment method to pay for All-on-4. To make the treatment more affordable, patients can spread the cost over 12, 24, 36, 48 and 60 months, with the first 24 months being interest-free.

The cost of one jaw, with a £5,000 deposit:

  • 12 months: 916.66 pm
  • 24 months: 458.33 pm
  • 36 months: £375.79 pm
  • 48 months: £300.43 pm
  • 60 months: £255.78 pm

Representative Example

*The total amount of Credit is £11000. The total charge for credit £4346.78. Total Amount Repayable £15346.78. Repayable by 60 monthly payments of £255.78. Representative 14.9% APR. Example based upon treatment costing £11000 repayable over 60 months. Acceptance is subject to status. Terms and conditions apply.

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Can you get a full mouth of implants with the NHS?

Implantation treatment is only offered by the NHS in these three rare cases:

  1. Acquired and congenital defects include cleft lip, palate, and severe hypodontia (six or more missing teeth).
  2. Trauma resulting in tissue and tooth loss, e.g. caused by road traffic accidents or head or neck cancer surgery.
  3. Enduring problems with previously fitted complete dentures (verified by a Restorative Dentistry consultant).

Please remember that even in some cases, missing teeth alternatives like bridges and dentures will always be awarded first.

If you can’t afford treatment in the UK, opt for an alternative instead

For example, just like veneers, patients might be tempted to seek All-on-4 treatment abroad. But in our experience, we highly advise patients to avoid the temptation of seeking cheaper All-on-4 treatment abroad. Our dentists, like Dr Sehmi, have found themselves in troubling scenarios reversing All-on-4 procedures that have gone wrong.

Take, for example, this case:

Finishing off someone else’s treatment – most dentists I know would not take on a case like this. To treat cases like this, it’s important to plan from the smile and work backwards to the placement of the dental implants, but we couldn’t do that here. The mesh on the bottom teeth is an exposed membrane that is supposed to be below the gum.


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Not only is this more expensive for the patient, but it’s extremely risky, and finding a UK dentist willing to help can be difficult.

All-on-4 alternatives

  1. Implant-supported bridges: from £6,000 (requires remaining healthy teeth)
  2. Snap-on, removable implant dentures: from £5,000 (attached to a metal bar)
  3. Traditional complete dentures: from £750 (reliant on suction to stay in place)

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