How much is my Dental Implant cost?
Do you have missing tooth/teeth? Do you want to improve your smile by replacing the missing ones? Or do you have reduced chewing ability thus cannot enjoy your favourite meal? For a single dental implant, the cash top up is $999.
Dental Implant with Crown
In recent years, dental implants are a popular choice in replacing missing
teeth. This is because dental implants does not require the trimming of any of your
natural teeth. The implant is independent and functions just like your
own teeth. As it is fixed in your jawbone, the maintenance of the dental implant is easy with
flossing and brushing. Of course, regularly dental check up is also
important to keep your dental implant and surrounding gums clean and healthy.
However, implant requires a small surgery to fix the implant in. Also, a
waiting time of typically 3-6 months is required for the bone to heal
around the implant (known as osseointegration). Once the dental implant if
fully osseointegrated, the dentist can then make a mould to fix your
custom-made crown in. As the saying goes, good things come to those who
wait! In our clinic, we are equipped with a 3D X-ray scanner that can
make better dental implant planning for better long-term success.
How much is my dental implant cost
Total cost of a single implant with crown is $2249nett. You are able to use your CPF medisave to offset $1250 of the total cost. The balance of $999, you can choose to pay it in full with either cash, NETS, Mastercard or Visa. Payment plans available.
How will the dental implant appointments be like?
1Dental Implant Consultation & 3D Xray
During the dental implant consultation, a 3D xray will be taken inhouse to determine if the patient is suitable for dental implants or whether bone grafting is required. Our dentists will then discuss with the patient on the treatment plan and brief the patient on what is it like to undergo a dental implant surgery.
2Dental Implant Surgery
Before the surgery starts, the patient will go under local anaesthesia around the area where the implant will be placed. Once the implant is placed, a waiting time of typically 3-6 months is required for the bone to heal around the implant (known as osseointegration).
3Dental Crown, Bridges or Denture
Once the dental implant if fully osseointegrated, the dentist can then make a mould to fix your custom-made crown in.