Perth Dental
Implant Cost

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Dental implants offer a long-lasting solution for missing teeth, and Ageless Smiles Dental Centre, known for our exceptional dental implants in Perth, is dedicated to making this confidence-boosting treatment accessible throughout West Australia as one of Australia’s leading dentists.

Dental implants won’t just give you a dazzling smile, they’ll also restore tooth function, prevent bone loss and degeneration, and stop any neighbouring, natural teeth from moving. So, let’s break down dental implant costs in straightforward terms and empower you to make informed choices about your oral health.

Single Dental Implant

A single dental implant is a long-term replacement solution for a missing tooth. Dental implants have become popular because they replace the entire structure of the tooth, from the root to the crown. They look, feel, and function exactly like your natural teeth.

Starting from $4,950 per single dental implant, the implant fixture, which acts like the natural tooth root, is surgically placed into your jawbone. This fixture is then connected to a small abutment piece to which a visible implant tooth is attached. Single implants are used to replace one or two individual missing teeth, whereas multiple tooth implants can be used with a dental bridge to replace three to four missing teeth in a row.

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Full Arch Dental Implants

Full arch dental implants, starting from $25,000, are a great solution for individuals who have lost most, or all their teeth in one or both jaws. These implants are also a great restorative option for patients whose teeth are severely compromised and need to be replaced.

All-on-4 Dental Implants

The most frequently used implant restorative treatment to replace the complete top or bottom arch of teeth is All-on-4 dental implants. These implants provide patients with an alternative option to removable dentures. A full arch of teeth is supported by four dental implant fixtures which have been inserted into the jawbone.

If necessary, your dentist may propose All-on-6 implants to support your replacement teeth if you have a particularly strong bite or wide smile. Your dentist will assess your mouth and bone conditions and recommend the dental implant procedure which would be most suitable for your individual needs.

Cost of Tooth Implants in Perth

Perth Dental Implant Cost Ageless Smiles
Single Tooth Dental Implant (AUD) $4,950*
Aftercare Available
Total Dental Implant Cost Perth $4,950.00

* Prices are provided as a general guide only and are not meant to be binding. All dental procedures require your dentist to provide an accurate assessment of your unique medical needs before providing you with a cost estimate.

Average Dental Implant Prices in Perth

  • Single restored implant [Item No. 661 + 672 + 688]: from $5,500
  • Single implants (unrestored) [Item No. 688]: from $3,000
  • Single implants [Item No. 661 + 672]: from $3,900
  • Removable dentures implant [Item No. 667]: from $18,000.
  • All-on-4 fixed implants [Item No. 666]: from $25,000 per arch
  • Implant-supported dentures [Item No. 665]: from $20,000 per arch

* Please note:The prices listed here are only estimates based on the Australian Dental Association’s (ADA) Dental Fees Survey for 2022. Your actual cost for dental treatment might be different, as everyone’s dental health needs are unique and require a personalised care plan.

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Factors That Affect Dental Implant Costs

How Many Implants Do You Need?

The total cost will depend on how many implants you require. Essentially, the more you need, the higher the overall cost.

Types of Dental Implant Materials

The overall cost of your dental implants will depend on the materials used to create each piece of the entire prosthesis. Single tooth implants consist of three components: a fixture or screw (the artificial root), an abutment (the connector), and the crown (the visible tooth).

All-on-4 or All-on-6 dental implants consist of generally the same components, but on a larger scale: the fixtures (four or six), abutments, a bridge or arch of teeth (the visible teeth), and a bridge support bar. We’ve summarised the most commonly used materials below:

Material Used For Properties Cost
Titanium
  • – Implant fixtures
  • – Abutments
  • – Bridge support bars
  • – Biocompatible
  • – High tensile strength
  • – Fracture-resistant
  • – High success rate
  • – Reliable
Affordable
Zirconium
  • – Implant fixtures
  • – Abutments
  • – Crowns
  • – Biocompatible
  • – Aesthetically pleasing
  • – Natural-looking
  • – Not as fracture-resistant
  • – Multiple levels of strength
Most expensive
Porcelain
  • – Crowns
  • – Aesthetically pleasing
  • – Natural-looking
  • – Traditional method for tooth- coloured crowns
Affordable
Acrylic
  • – Dentures
  • – Provisional crowns
  • – Provisional bridges
  • – Not as durable
  • – Easily worn down
  • – Not suitable for individuals who grind their teeth
Most cost-effective

Procedures Before Surgery and Added Costs

Potential pre-surgical procedures, such as bone grafting and tooth extractions, can significantly impact the overall cost of the treatment. Bone grafting may be required to augment insufficient jawbone for implant support, while tooth extractions ensure a clean area for implant placement.

Bone Grafting

There are two main procedures for bone grafts with dental implants: sinus lifts and ridge augmentations. Sinus lifts are often necessary before placing single dental implants in the upper jaw, especially when you need to replace missing teeth years after losing them.

On the lower jaw, ridge augmentation is used to increase the width of the bone that supports the gums and teeth. Either of these procedures will affect the total cost of your dental implant treatment plan, and will typically add a few extra months to the overall time frame.

Surgeon’s Fees: What Influences the Cost?

Your surgeon’s fees can vary depending on their level of experience and the complexity of your procedure. Surgeons with extensive experience and a proven track record in dental implant surgeries will command higher fees due to their expertise and high-quality services.

At Ageless Smiles Dental Centre, your implant dentist will always discuss these aspects with you so you have a clear understanding of the fees involved. This ensures transparency regarding the costs associated with the specific details of your dental implant treatment.

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Affordable Dental Implants at Ageless Smiles Dental Centre

  • Flexible payment options and financing plans: We prioritise making your dream of a restored smile accessible to everyone, including pensioners. With our commitment to flexible payment options and financing plans, we can assist you in applying for tailored finance specifically designed for your dental treatment needs.
  • Making the most of dental insurance: We’ll help you explore how dental insurance can assist in covering some costs and provide you with financial relief.

Ageless Smiles Dental Centre is here as your trusted partner – ready to guide you toward a healthy and confident smile.

Schedule a Consultation with Ageless Smiles Dental Centre

Get a jump start on your dental implant journey by scheduling a consultation with Ageless Smiles Dental Centre. Whether it’s a single tooth implant or full-mouth restoration, our team is committed to providing transparent cost estimates and personalised treatment options.

Frequently asked questions

Are there any hidden costs associated with dental implant treatment in Perth?

No, our dentists believe in full transparency and open communication. We will provide you with a complete breakdown of all the costs involved. If you’re concerned about any of the costs or whether there may be additional costs down the road, ask your dentist.

Do dental implant clinics in Perth offer financing options for implant treatments?

Many dental clinics in Perth provide financing options to help patients manage the cost of dental implant treatments. These options may include payment plans or partnerships with financing companies. It’s always a good idea to ask your dentist about available financing options before you go ahead with any procedures. This will likely give you peace of mind, so you can focus on your new smile!

** Any surgical or invasive procedure carries risks. Before proceeding, you should seek an opinion from an appropriately qualified health practitioner. **