As patients with tooth loss consider a dental treatment to fix their problems, apart from their needs, concerns, the benefits, their candidacy, the risks, and the recovery time, the financial aspect is also a factor that is causing headaches for many. So how much is a dental implant? Does it fit your current pocket or do you need to save up a huge sum first?

how much is a dental implant

How a dental implant treatment is priced varies and involves taking different things into consideration. If you are residing in a developed country with a high level of living costs, chances are you need a bigger budget for implants than that required for implants in developing nations. If that is your concern, you can totally consider dental tourism in Vietnam and receive your dental work at Sydney Dental. Read on with us to find out the average costs of implants and how dental tourism with us can benefit you.

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1. What constitutes the total cost of a dental implant?

The implant treatment itself is complicated, including many stages and multiple parts in each. Every part is charged at a different fee. These steps are:

  • Thorough dental examination, such as 3D imaging;
  • Tooth extraction if needed;
  • Dental implant placement;
  • Abutment insertion;
  • Generation of the top tooth restoration, like a dental crown or bridge;
  • Prosthesis placement.

The factors that determine the cost of each component of an implant

The fee for a dental implant part or step differs largely, depending on many variables, including:

  • The kind of implants you are getting;
  • The number of implants;
  • The materials to be used;
  • The complexity of the treatment;
  • Your geographical location;
  • The clinic that provides the service;
  • The expertise of your treating doctor;
  • Whether there are any additional procedures, like a tooth extraction, sinus lift, or bone graft to be conducted.

2. Costs according to types of dental implant

2.1. Single tooth implant

No one purchases just a single implant as it is only the ceramic or metal screw that is inserted into the jawbone. Moreover, you also need an abutment, which is the part that connects the implant post to the top prosthesis. All of these components are charged separately.

Some patients are also required to receive a sinus lift or bone graft for sufficient jawbone density to hold the implant secure in place. That will also add to the total fee. The total cost of implant in the U.S. varies from $3,100- $5,800.

2.2. Multiple tooth implant

If you seek to have more than a tooth replaced and these are consecutive, there are more options for you to choose from and hence more pricing choices.

For instance, if you want to restore 3 to 4 teeth that are next to each other, you can receive a dental bridge held by only 2 implants, which helps lower the final fee: around $6,000 to $10,000 in the U.S. This is because 2 implants can support 3 to 4 neighboring teeth and this is less costly than 4 separate implants.

2.3. Entire mouth implant

There are varying restoration approaches for patients with complete tooth loss, and thereby, it comes in a series of costs.

The most expensive option is an individual implant for every tooth, costing around $60,000 or $90,000 in the U.S. This approach enables greatest preservation of the remaining teeth if they are healthy enough.

A more affordable option is implant-supported dentures. However, this requires extraction of all remaining teeth to replace the entire mouth with 2 full arches of artificial teeth. The arch is held in place by 4 to 6 implants each in the upper and lower jaw. This is also commonly referred to as all-on-four or all-on-six dental implants. The fee of all-on-four can vary from $24,000 to 50,000 in the States.

2.4. Extra fees from dental implants

Before making up your mind about your treatment, always make sure to have a thorough discussion with your dental care provider regarding pricing and any additional procedures. 

As getting implants takes multiple months, you will likely pay the fees over the course of months. Most clinics offer payment plans to support your treatment. So you may also want to talk to your dentist about this as well.

how much is a dental implant
how much is a dental implant

3. How come dental implants are so expensive?

The high cost is from the pricing of the implant components and materials as well as the long duration and complexity level of the treatment procedures. It can take patients multiple months from the beginning to the end for a dental implant treatment.

Generally speaking, dental implants are more expensive than other tooth restoration treatments like dental crowns, bridges, and dentures. In spite of the higher costs, dental implants are more durable than other tooth restoration methods and don’t need a replacement as often. The benefits you can obtain from dental implants are numerous, which are considered to outweigh the costs for most patients.

4. Dental tourism in Vietnam

If you are looking for quality and safe dentistry but fail to afford it where you live, you can consider traveling to another country for a treatment at lower costs yet with the same quality and outcome. You can also have a wonderful trip with friends and family while you are there as well. Killing two birds with one stone, who would not take it?

Vietnam is currently the top destination for dental tourism in Asia. We are gifted by Mother Nature with so many breath-taking sceneries and an endless coastline South through North Moreover, Vietnam is known for the many reputable clinics and well-trained doctors that never disappoint foreign customers who come here for holidays and a new awesome smile.

How do the estimated implant costs in the USA and Australia compare with Vietnam? Take a look at this list of fees below to see how much you can possibly save if you choose to have your implants done in this S-shaped land.

Service The U.SAustraliaVietnam
Titanium implant$3,000 – 6,000$3,500 – 6,500$800 – $1,500
All on four$24,000 – $30,000$30,000 – 40,000$5,500 – $7,000
All on six$28,000 – $40,000$33,000 – $45,000$8,000 – 15,000
Porcelain veneer$2,500 – 5,500$2,000 – 5,000$350 – $600
Zirconium veneer$1,850 – $4,500$1,800 – $4,500$350 – $600
E-Max crown$1,400 – $4000$1,750 – $4,500$260 – $550
Ceramic crown$1,500 – $4,000$1,800 – $4,500$260 – $550
Tooth extraction surgery$650 – $1,500$600 – $1,500$50 – $250
Bone graft (per unit)$550 – $1,500$400 – $1,500$100 – $400

Even though we offer much lower costs for dentistry in general and dental implants in particular in Vietnam than in other developed nations in the world, it doesn’t mean our services are not quality and safe. It is just due to the fact that the living expenses in Vietnam are much lower than those in certain countries.

how much is a dental implant
how much is a dental implant

Implant cost at Sydney Dental in HCMC, Vietnam

You can totally rest assured about your dental work as long as you choose to go with reputable clinics and high-expertise dentists in Vietnam. We use the same materials that are exported directly from overseas and world-class technologies at Sydney Dental. Moreover, our dentists are graduates from highly accredited dentistry institutions with extensive training and many years of experience. Here are the estimated costs of implant services we are offering at Sydney Dental so you can have an easier time making a decision.

ServiceFee ($)
NOBEL BIOCARE – Made in USA1,200
NOBEL BIOCARE ACTIVE – Made in USA1,400
STRAUMANN – Made in Switzerland1,200
STRAUMANN SL ACTIVE – Made in Switzerland1,400
TEKKA – Made in France1,200
C-TECH – Made in Italy1,200
DENTIUM (Korea) – Made in USA1,000
Porcelain crown on implant – Extra210
Porcelain crown on implant – Full295
Porcelain crown on implant – Digital Full380
Implant restoration – GH crown375
Implant restoration – GHL crown470
Implant restoration – VGHL crown610
Implant restoration – Zirconia crown280
Full-arch implant restoration – Stage 2 – Titan/CrCO & Zirconia abutments – 4 posts5,300
Full-arch implant restoration – Stage 2 – Titan/CrCO & Zirconia abutments – 6 posts5,500
Full-arch implant restoration – Stage 2 – Titan/CrCO & Zirconia abutments – 7 posts5,700
All on 4 – 1 arch8,485
All on 4 – 1 arch10,600
All on 6 – 1 arch10,600
All on 6 – 1 arch12,700

5. A note from Sydney Dental – Your trusted provider

Hopefully after this read with Sydney Dental you’ve had a good idea of what factors affect the price of a dental implant and the option of dental tourism in Vietnam with Sydney Dental. If you are still unsure of anything in search of a new unforgettably stunning smile, do not hesitate to reach out to us. We are at 499-501 Ba Hat St, Ward 8, District 10, HCMC looking forward to your visit. You may also call us at (028) 3504 9440 for a free no-obligation comprehensive consultation. Your pretty, shiny smile is 100% guaranteed at Sydney Dental!

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