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    Dental Implants

    Whether you have lost multiple teeth, or just one, we understand how hard it can be when you’re no longer able to eat, talk or smile like you once could. If you are looking for a permanent solution that looks and feels as natural as a real tooth, dental implants may be the treatment for you. 

    What is a dental implant?

    Dental implants are titanium screws that surgically placed into the jawbone underneath your gums. A crown can then be placed on the implant.

    As implants are fused to the jawbone, they are very stable and can feel almost identical to natural teeth.

    How can dental implants help?

    Missing teeth can cause many problems in your day-to-day life. You may find yourself unable to eat or speak comfortably and may feel self-conscious about the gap in your smile. A loss of teeth also has serious consequences for your facial structure as your other teeth could shift or move in undesirable ways.  

    Without teeth, you may also experience loss of bone in your jaw. Placing an implant can help prevent or resolve all of these issues, helping you regain a happy and healthy smile. 

    How are dental implants placed?

    Local anaesthesia will first be given, and a metal implant will be placed under the gums and within the bone in a painless procedure. 

    After placing the implant, it will take 3 months for the implant to be fused with the bone. After this, an artificial tooth will be fabricated and fitted onto the implant. 

    Am I suitable for dental implant treatment?

    Before doing an implant, your dentist will need to assess whether you are suitable for implant treatment. It is especially important that you have sufficient bone to support an implant. Using x-rays of your teeth and jaw, your dentist will be able to measure the height and width of your bone. If you do not have enough bone, a bone graft will be required before you do an implant.

    What is bone grafting?

    Bone grafting aims to fill an area where the bone is inadequate to help provide greater structural stability. Your dentist may advise that you undergo bone graft surgery should your jawbone be too thin or soft to support an implant. If the bone cannot support the implant, the implant may eventually get infected and dislodge.  

    There are two main types of bone grafting procedures: Sinus lifts and ridge augmentation. 

    Prices

    0% interest instalment payment plans of up to 24 months are available.

    For more information on our flexible payment plans, please click here.

    Implant Crown
    SGD 2,800
    (per tooth)

    $1,250 can be claimed from Medisave for first implant. For subsequent implant done simultaneously in the same surgery, $950 can be claimed.

    Implant Retained Denture
    SGD 4,600
    (per jaw)

    Up to $4100 can be claimed from Medisave, subjected to claim limits. Further subsidies for the dentures apply for CHAS/MG/PG cardholders.

    Implant Supported Denture
    SGD 7,100 - SGD 12,100
    (per jaw)

    Up to $4100 can be claimed from Medisave, subjected to claim limits. Further subsidies for the dentures apply for CHAS/MG/PG cardholders.

    All-on-4® Treatment
    SGD 15,000 - SGD 20,000
    (per jaw)

    Up to $4100 can be claimed from Medisave, subjected to claim limits. Further subsidies for the dentures apply for CHAS/MG/PG cardholders.

    All prices quoted are before GST. 7% GST is payable at selected clinics and will be added to the charges.

    Frequently Asked Questions