At our dental practice in East Grinstead, there’s no need for average prices or rough estimates – we have a clear and transparent pricing policy so our patients know exactly what to expect and how to budget. No surprises.
Our dental implant price (£1,995) includes the implant, abutment and final restoration, whether it be a crown, bridge or denture.
Dental implants are usually charged by the tooth.
However, if you have teeth on either side of your gap or need to replace a full arch of missing teeth, we don’t need to use single implants. Instead, we can use only 2-4 implants to replace several missing teeth in one go, with some procedures being completed the same day, saving you time and money.
Your initial consultation with the implant dentist is charged at £120, which secures the dentist’s time and shows you are serious about treatment. Should you wish to continue, the cost is deducted from your final treatment bill.
The below finance examples do not include a deposit. The higher the deposit you pay, the cheaper monthly payments will be.
Finance is arranged through Chrysalis Finance Limited, authorised and regulated by the Financial Conduct Authority for credit broking (FRN:631193). Credit acceptance is subject to application and status. Terms and conditions apply.
Some patients might require additional procedures to have successful implants. However, this will depend on the state of your oral health and how long you’ve had missing teeth.
For example, common pre-implant procedures include:
Dental implants come at a cost for a reason; they’re a life-long, tooth-like replacement for missing teeth that are unlike any other prosthetic available in today’s dentistry.
If, for example, you see a dental implant charged any less than £1,500, beware of marketing ploys and any hidden fees or extra charges. For example, some clinics might quote £1,200 for a dental implant, then not include the cost of the abutment or crown and charge an additional £1,500 for this.
So when you’re researching costs and fees, ensure that the cost includes the abutment, crown, denture or bridge.
Dental implants are not provided by the NHS.
As restorative dentists, we aim not to be biased with our treatment solutions.
However, we’re not alone in saying that dental implants are the best option to replace missing teeth, even if they’re not the cheapest solution.
Considering the alternative treatments and how they affect oral health and quality of life, we would argue that dental implants are worth their weight in gold. Learn more about the consequences here.