Dental implant FAQs
How much do dental implants cost in the UK?
Q: What is an average cost of a dental implant in the UK?
The average cost of a complete dental implant (including implant, abutment and crown), in the UK is £2,000 to £2,500*. DentalcarePlus charge a £1,700 fee for a single ADIN S or Neodent implant, standard abutment and cement retained porcelain crown. We offer discounts for additional implants where patients require two or more teeth to be replaced. Fees are subject to the completion of a clinical/suitability assessment and do not include extractions, temporary teeth, diagnostic requirements and bone grafting.
Following a clinical assessment, you receive a full breakdown of the treatment costs. Because a CBCT scan is taken during the clinical assessment, in a great majority of cases we can provide a definitive cost following the clinical assessment. See our full guide on how we price our dental implant treatments.
Q: How much does it cost to get a full mouth of dental implants in the UK?
The cost of a full mouth of dental implants can be up to £32,000. As well as a full jaw dental implant for both your upper and lower jaws, you may require other treatments such as bone regeneration or sinus elevation. At DentalCarePlus we offer full jaw dental implant solutions starting at £4,200 for a lower arch two implant denture. See our implant costs page for more details.
Q: How much does a dental implant cost for one tooth in the UK?
The average cost of a dental implant for one tooth in the UK is £2,000 to £2,500. This includes all three parts of the implant, the implant, abutment and crown. At DentalCarePlus our fee is £1,700 for a single implant, standard abutment and porcelain crown. We offer discounts for additional implants where patients require two or more teeth to be replaced.
During a DentalCarePlus clinical assessment, a CBCT scan is taken. This allows us to give a full breakdown of treatment costs in a great majority of cases. See our full guide on how we price our dental implant treatments.
Q: Are dental implants covered by insurance in the UK?
Dental implants are only available on the NHS for patients who are unable to wear dentures or have had their teeth damaged. This could be due to an accident where teeth have been knocked out, or a result of mouth cancer.
Some private insurance policies may offer cover for dentistry work, but you will have to check an individual policy against your treatment requirements.
Q: How is dental implant treatment cost determined at DentalCarePlus?
DentalCarePlus offer competitive dental implant costs without compromising on the quality of care. The cost of your treatment is determined by a clinical assessment, during which appropriate Xrays and a CBCT scan are taken to establish the health of your mouth and bone density.
Q: Do dental implants cost less abroad?
The cost of flights, meals and hotel accommodation make having dental implants fitted abroad more expensive. The additional costs of travelling to and from airports, parking, taxi fares and time off from work (if necessary) to heal can also push prices much higher.
It is not advisable to fly following extractions or other major dental surgery due to cabin air pressure being much lower than at ground level. This lower pressure can increase the possibility of bleeding. A foreign clinic may not accept liability for any post-operative complications. Also consider that most treatments require two, three or even four visits.