As with most dental prostheses, the price of a dental implant varies from simple to double or more, depending on several factors, including:
the type of dental implant (endosteal or subperiosteal);
the procedure used for the intervention;
the number of implants to place or the number of teeth to replace;
the number of examinations/consultations necessary before implant placement;
the practitioner’s fees, freely set by the latter.
In general, in France, you will need to count between 1,500 € and 2,500 € for the complete procedure, for a single tooth and between 350 € and 650 € for treatment abroad. The placement of a dental implant is the most expensive. It is also the one that allows you to keep the equivalent of real teeth with greater comfort on a daily basis and over the long term.
Despite their high cost, dental implants are often unanimous among those who wear them. First of all, they are a permanent solution, which means you won’t have to change them regularly. They are fixed “for life” and do not require special maintenance. No need to remove them regularly.
Another significant advantage, they look like natural teeth, and are therefore not bothersome from an aesthetic point of view.
If the note is salty at the time, dental implants are actually less expensive in the long term since they require no maintenance and do not have to be changed.
More and more patients are going abroad to have their implants done, which effectively reduces the price by 50% to 70%. The prices also vary according to the materials used and the operating techniques, but also according to the regions and the practitioners.