Dental Implants Cost

Estimated cost of dental implant / dental implants prices in different countries.

Updated: August 17 2017

Dental Implants Cost include
1. Placement of implant body / surgery
2. Abutment for implant crown
3. Crown, porcelain fused to metal crown or all-ceramic crown
(PFM crown is much cheaper than all-ceramic crown)

Below are estimated prices only. The cost of dental implant will be definitely much higher depending on the difficulty of the case, implant body or system to be used, specialization of the dentist and fees charged by dental technologist/dental laboratory.

Conventional Single Dental Implant
Source: Cost of Dental Implants

US $3,000 – $4, 000
Australia – $4, 200 – $5, 200
Thailand – $2, 000 – $3, 000
Philippines – $2, 000 – $3, 000
India – $1, 500 – $2, 500

Conventional Single Dental Implant
Source: Dental Implant Cost

US – $3,000 – $4, 000
UK – $3, 250 – – $4, 250
Australia – $4, 200 – $5, 200
Thailand – $1, 200 – $2, 000
Philippines – $1, 200 – $2, 000
Vietnam – $1, 185 – $1, 985
India – $1, 194 – $1, 994
Hungary – $1, 380 – $2, 180
Germany – $1, 275 – $2, 075
Croatia – $1,392 – $2, 192
Costa Rica – $1, 007 – $1, 907

In the United States, Dental Implants Cost normally ranges from $3,500 to $12,000 depending on several factors
Source: Dental Implants Cost Factors

1. Number of implants necessary for the implant case.
2. How much bone is left in the patient’s upper or lower jaw.
3. Implant body or implant system to be used
4. Specialization of the dentist (standards of dentistry, dentist’s experience and level of training).
5. Location of dental office (city or country)
6. Difficulty of the case.
7. Fees charged by dental technologist/dental laboratory.

Factors on How Much You will Pay for Dental Implants
Source: Average Dental Implants Cost

1. Number of Implant to be placed. This is the most important factor that will determine the cost. The number of fixtures will depend on the type of denture you want and the amount of the bone available to possibly contain the fixtures. Having a fixture to support per dental crown is more expensive than having 2 implant fixture to support a fixed partial prosthesis.
2. Dental Implant Specialist. Basically you will pay for the training and the experience of the dentist. Specialists have 3 years or more of studies and clinical experience. A General Dentist with 3 months of training can surgically place an implant.
3. Bone Grafts and Soft Tissue Grafts. If there’s not enough bone to hold the fixtures, bone grafts should be done to add bone and to improve the jawbone. Soft tissue grafts are done for esthetic purposes, for example, to add gingiva or develop papilla between adjacent crowns.
4. Type of Denture Component. Among the different types of final prosthesis, implant supported individual crowns are the most expensive. While among dental crowns, CAD-CAM milled crowns are more expensive than conventional porcelain fused to metal crowns.

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