Cost of Dental Implants

Many people think of expensive dental treatments as pain in their wallets. Dental implants aren’t cheap but they’re definitely a great alternative to bridges or dentures as they have a higher success rate. Moreover, dental implants appear like your own teeth and last for many years. The dental implant procedure involves the following steps:

  • Dental consultation
  • Dental implant
  • Bone grafting
  • Gum grafting
  • Restoration, bridge, crown (the replacement teeth)

The implant consultation also involves moulds, X-rays, as well as a written report.

The cost of dental implants varies depending on difference in the fees charged by dentists and the kind of dental implant used. The cost of implants includes the cost of dental fixture, the dental implantation, bone grafting as well as gum grafting. Other dental implant costs include the fees of dental consultation and the CT scans or X-ray costs if needed. Moreover, the cost of implants may include any other additional treatment required to successfully perform the dental treatment.

Make sure to consult a specially trained dental professional at Brighton Implant Clinic to discuss about the dental implant procedure as well as the cost involved.


  • Louise smith says:

    I was badly treated i had cancer amongst that & all the medication i went to elmstead day unit i was meant to have all my teeth removed put metal bars in but they just hacked at my mouth no bars where put in i wasnt even out of the anthestic properly but they discharged me when i finally did come round properly i just cried as my mouth was in so much pain it felt like i had a mouth ful of jelly fish they gave me dentures on top & bottom i lived on tomato soup fir 4months i cant wear the bottom set as they are so painful i cannot eat meat it ihas made me so anxious i dont smile as i dont want people to see ive got plastic teeth is made my mental health so much worse how much to do top & bottom implants i hear people go abroad because of the cost my name is louise smith ive had plastic teeth since 2013 is it possible to have implants

    • Dr. Bruno Silva says:

      Hi Louise, sorry for the very late reply, it may be possible to have implants you would however need to see a dentist for an assessment first before any treatment could be recommended/possible. If you need any further advice please do not hesitate to contact our clinic.

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