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How much do dental implants cost?

Friday, June 16, 2017 Chris Wood

Have you decided to have dental implants? If you’ve carried out as much research as possible and still think that it is the right choice for you might now be wondering about the costs of dental implants.

As with any procedure, one of the biggest concerns once you have decided on what you would like to have done is the associated costs. There is no doubt that the money spent on your dental implants will be well worth it.

The cost of dental implants

A single dental implant starts at £2,200 and a full arch of teeth can cost £10,000. Your initial consultation will be free and we have 0% finance deals available. Find out more about the cost of dental implants.

How much do dental implants cost?

Dental implants vs conventional treatments

Despite lasting longer, and being easier to maintain, the cost of dental implants is actually not much more than you would pay for more conventional dental treatments, such as dentures and bridges. So, it actually works out to be far more cost-effective in the long run.

In addition to the upfront dental implant cost, you also need to consider aftercare. However, as long as you look after your dental implant with proper cleaning, and attend all follow-up checks, you won’t actually need to spend much more to keep your implants healthy.

Another thing to consider is the difference that a dental implant will make to your life, and weighing up what that will be worth to you in terms of monetary value. We have received plenty of feedback to say how dental implants have improved people’s lives – it’s hard to put a price on that feeling.

How we can help

At Chris Wood Dental Implant Solutions, we ensure that we only use the best materials and latest methods of surgery to guarantee that you will be getting the best value for money when you choose us as your implantologist.

Through working in this way, we can be confident that the service you receive from us will far outweigh the cost of your dental implants. If you have any questions about dental implants, the procedure itself, or the aftercare that is involved, please do not hesitate to contact us and we will be happy to help you.