How Much Do Dental Implants Cost?
At Dental 359, we understand that your teeth can have a major impact on your day-to-day life. To restore your dental health and help you rebuild your confidence, we offer a range of cosmetic dental treatments that are designed to improve the quality of your smile.
If you have experienced tooth loss or damage from trauma, gingivitis or decay, dental implants could be the perfect option for you. No matter whether you’re missing a single tooth or several teeth, we can provide you with a solution that suits your needs. For those in need of complete teeth replacement, dental implants offer an alternative to traditional, removable dentures. Made to look and function like natural teeth, the implants will bond to your jawbone, becoming a permanent part of your smile.
A patient of Dr Golestani’s had two single dental implants placed to replace missing teeth.
Dr. Golestani can recommend the most suitable treatment for you depending on your needs. From preventing teeth movement and bone loss to aiding your ability to bite and chew all varieties of food, dental implants may be the solution for you and help in improving your health and wellbeing as well as improving the aesthetics of your smile.
Single Tooth Implant
If you have a missing or irreparable tooth, we can replace the tooth root with a single dental implant. Even if you are experiencing issues with multiple teeth in different areas of your mouth, our dentist can complete as many single tooth implants as you need. As a single tooth implant will not have any impact on your surrounding teeth, it offers an effective, long term solution for one-off tooth replacements.
Multiple Teeth Implants
When you have several teeth missing in a row, it will be far easier to replace all of them at once with a bridge, as opposed to performing a series of single implants. With an implant-supported bridge, we place two or more titanium screws in your jaw to replace the tooth roots, then attach a series of crowns that are fixed to one another, filling the gap left by the missing teeth. Much like a single tooth implant, there will be a healing period where the implants will fuse with the jawbone before the crowns are attached.
So, how much do dental implants cost?
It can be difficult to provide an accurate estimate of fees for single or multiple teeth implants, however, as an estimate we advise single implants to range from $6500-8000 depending on the complexity of the case.
All-On-4 Dental Implants
For those in need of major restorative dental work, our?All-On-4® dental implants?may be a more suitable solution. As single tooth implants and implant-supported bridges use one or more titanium screws to bond with your jawbone, these options may not be as effective if you have significant bone loss or damage.
All-On-4® is an innovative treatment that will provide you with a full set of permanent teeth in as little as 1-3 days. During a surgical procedure, Dr Golestani will insert a series of implants into your jaw and attach a denture or ‘arch’ that is fitted with prosthetic teeth. We can use one or two implant arches on your upper or lower jaw, or we can apply four arches that will replace all of the natural teeth in your mouth. Depending on your unique circumstances, we may be able to secure the arch to the implant on the same day.
Treatment starts from $23,000 per arch and can vary depending on the complexity of the case.
Flexible Payment Options
A healthier mouth and smile are essential for happiness, so don’t let finances get between you and your new teeth.
Flexible payment options are available to our valued patients.
- Extended payment options with Pretty Penny Finance or National Dental Plan (Humm)
- Early Release Superannuation (ERS) – Our team at Dental359 successfully manage your ERS application based on compassionate grounds.? For further details look up our Dental Payment Plan page.
Find out more about our payment plans and treatment options by speaking to our patient coordinator. Call Dental 359 on?1300 625 625.
Any surgical or invasive procedure carries risks. Before proceeding, you should seek a second opinion from an appropriately qualified health practitioner.