Dental Implant Costs

Dental implants are the ideal solution to replace multiple missing teeth in one go or target individual tooth loss.

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

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.

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

So, How Much Do They Cost?

The price of dental implants can vary depending on where you are in the UK and your chosen practice.

Another critical point is that it’s difficult to price one final cost as every patient is different and has different requirements.

For example, if you require 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.

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Pay monthly with 0% interest for amazing, discreet dental solutions that realign your smile. Our recommended implant treatments have left thousands of our patients feeling better and more confident about their appearance and the way their smile functions.

What’s Included for Free?

  • 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

See before and after implant photos.

Single Implant Prices

Our inclusive single dental implant treatment costs £2,550 and includes the abutment and crown.

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 (the all-on-four method). For example, two implants can keep 3 or 4 missing teeth.

All-on-four Costs

The All-on-Four procedure comes with a rather hefty price tag, which means patients need to understand what they will be getting from this treatment.

With this treatment, you will be paying for the dentist’s skill and the number of implants placed. Plus, the fact it’s an instant, same-day procedure.

All-on-Four costs between £10,000 – £15,000 per jaw, which saves patients experiencing total tooth loss a considerable amount of money compared to the single traditional implant cost, which starts from £2,000 per tooth (around £28,000 per jaw).

See more: Fast Dental Implants in a Day.

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 more: 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 need to carry out prior treatments like:

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

Can I Get Dental Implants for Free via 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), through grants (which will pay a portion of the cost) and through dentistry schools, which offer free or low-cost procedures so dental students can gain experience.

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 at the higher cost end of the spectrum than many cheaper alternatives.
  • Experience of the clinician carrying out the surgery. A more experienced and qualified to perform these procedures will probably be slightly more expensive than those dentists who do not dedicate their entire practice to implants.
  • Pre-implant procedures: In occasional cases, other surgical procedures are required to form the correct foundation for the tooth implant.
  • Additional procedures include periodontal treatments, bone grafting, and gum grafting work. Extra foundational work can add to the cost of the implant treatment.
  • 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.
  • Dental implants are much more durable because they use more robust, high-quality materials that give a natural, polished finish.
  • 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.

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

The patient believes they will save a lot of money, but this reality is bleak.

We cannot tell you the number of times we have had to work extra hard 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 hard 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.

Why Do Implants Cost So Much?

The truth is that implants use much more advanced technology and require specialist skills and attention – this is why the work involved can cost more than other restorative solutions.

Not only this, but the fact that dental implants are much more durable is that they use stronger, high-quality materials that give a natural, polished finish. The crown that attaches to the dental implant is custom-made and, in most cases, handcrafted by the dentist.

Before & After Gallery

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

What our Patients Need to Know

Learn more about what we offer here at the Perfect Smile Studios.

Many reasons patients in London and beyond choose us is because of our attention to detail, the care we provide, how we prepare and the results we achieve.

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  • We can help establish monthly payment plans.
  • We provide 0% finance for up to 24-month term plans. Many patients find our payment plan option very useful.
  • Terms over 24 months will be low-interest bearing.
  • If you want to consider this option, we will need to carry out a few credit checks.
  • We can discuss payment plans at both the Hertfordshire & the London clinic
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At The Perfect Smile, we understand that patients may be naturally nervous when thinking of undergoing dental implant surgery.

We want to reassure you that the dental implant treatment is not painful due to the proper use of local anaesthetics to numb the bone and gum deeply.

We can also use sedation techniques that also contribute to no pain or discomfort. More.

Treatment Plan
  • Step 1: We will start the process with a highly detailed and thorough comprehensive examination and assessment. We will then construct a customised treatment plan and design your implant treatment.
  • Step 2: An implantologist surgically places your new implant(s) in your mouth.
  • Step 3: We will assess your healing on this review appointment and make sure everything is going as planned.
  • Step 4: The dentist records and impressions to construct the implant’s top part (post and crown).
  • Step 5: The dentist will fit the final part of the implant (post and crown).
  • Step 6: Your final appointment allows you to have any further refining cosmetic enhancements or minor adjustments.


Fast Process

  • Minimal appointments: Unlike traditional dental implant surgery, you will need fewer appointments
  • No lengthy treatment time: The healing time is fast and effective, though individual to each person.
Bone Quality
  • When you lose a tooth, the surrounding bone that holds the tooth in place will diminish in height, width, and volume. This may affect the immediate and final appearance of the gum tissue in this area and possibly the surrounding teeth.
  • The larger the width of bone or the height of the bone, the wider and longer implant can be. A wider and longer implant increases implant stability and thus success. We assess the bone height and width by taking digital radiographs or by taking a CT Scan. More.

Implant Costs

The price of a dental implant can depend on whether any further treatments are needed to make sure your implant is a success.

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Implant FAQs

  • Will Dental Implants Last a Lifetime? Once the implant has fused with your jawbone and tissues, the artificial titanium implant acts as an ordinary root. The longevity of your implant depends on how you improve and maintain your oral health. Read more.
  • Does a Dental Implant Hurt? When we place the implant, we make sure the procedure is pain-free. We offer a range of sedation and techniques suitable for nervous patients. You can find out more here.
  • How Old Do I Have to Be for a Dental Implant? There isn’t an age limit for dental implants. However, our dentists recommend that you have to be over 18 for the dental implant procedure. Read on.
  • Is a Dental Implant Treatment Safe? We also use extensive planning systems to ensure the implant treatment is successful. Find out more.
  • Are Dental Implants Worth It? A dental implant offers a wealth of oral health benefits. An implant can improve your smile, realign neighbouring teeth, protect your mouth from gum disease, etc. Read the benefits.
  • Is the Process Painful? You can expect to feel pain with a new implant; however, the discomfort is kept to a minimum with modern anaesthetics. Nevertheless, post-process, there can be some swelling and aching for 5 -10 days. Many patients have multiple implants in a single day without undue pain or distress. More.

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Our free no obligation Initial Consultation will be with our dentist and/or our Treatment Coordinators. The suitability of options discussed will ultimately be dependent upon your clinical assessment with a dentist at the practice.
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    Highly Experienced Implant Team

    An unparalleled level of patient trust: Dr Rahul Doshi is the founder of the Perfect Smile and is the current President of the BACD.

    With over 25 years of dental implant experience, Dr Rahul Doshi proudly leads a highly skilled team with access to the latest dental technology.

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    Successful Dental Implants Can Last a Lifetime

    Once the implant has fused with your jawbone and tissues, the artificial titanium implant acts as an ordinary root.

    When we implant a titanium implant into the jawbone, it becomes part of your oral foundation.

    This offers several health benefits that include preventing any bone loss whilst supporting the jawbone structure and reducing the risk of gum disease. More.

    “If treated correctly, dental implants can last from ten to twenty-five years or more.”

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    The longevity of your implant depends on how you improve and maintain your oral health. Read more.