Dental Implant in Ireland: May 2024 average price

The average May 2024 cost of Dental Implant in Ireland is 1192 €

The May 2024 Price range is 1060-1324 €

The typical average cost and price range for Dental Implant are taken from 3 Clinic prices and fee lists among 17 Doctors. 

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Dental Implant May 2024

Clinic Average/As of Price
Hermitage Medical General Clinic ( Old Lucan Road, 20, Dublin 20) from 990€
Beacon Hospital ( Sandyford, D18 AK68, Dublin 18) 1200€
Blackrock Clinic ( Rock Road, Blackrock, A94E4X7, Co. Dublin) from 990€

What is Dental Implant in Ireland

A dental implant is a prosthetic device used to replace missing teeth by surgically inserting an artificial tooth root into the jawbone. Dental implants provide a stable foundation for attaching artificial teeth, such as crowns, dental bridges, or dentures, restoring function, aesthetics, and confidence for patients with missing teeth.

The process begins with an initial consultation with a dentist or oral surgeon who specializes in dental implantology. During this consultation, most often online and based to an x-ray sent by email or Whatsapp most of the time, the dentist or dental implant specialist will perform a comprehensive examination of the patient's oral health, including evaluating the condition of the jawbone, gums and remaining teeth

Based on the examination findings and the patient's goals, the dental provider will develop a personalized treatment plan tailored to the individual needs of the patient. This plan may include determining the number and location of implants needed, assessing the quality and quantity of available bone for implant placement, and selecting the appropriate type of implants and restorations.

In practice most discussion will be focused on dental implant units or several implants needed and "grouped" as all on 4 or all on 6 dental implant systems. 

Tip: don't focus on the sole price of the dental implant but check what is the dental implant brand provided and most importantly ask for the dental implant abutment, the temporary crown and permanent crow that go with it.

What matters is to understand each case, if you have a lack of bone, if you have a gum issue, if you have an infection, if you have a parodontia etc In cases where the jawbone lacks sufficient volume or density to support dental implants, bone grafting or augmentation procedures may be recommended to rebuild or augment the bone structure. These procedures involve transplanting bone tissue from another part of the body or using bone grafting materials to enhance bone volume and density in the implant site. 

After implant placement, the patient undergoes a healing period, during which the implants fuse with the surrounding bone tissue through a process called osseointegration. This integration process typically takes several months, during which the patient's bone gradually grows and integrates around the implant, providing a strong and stable foundation for the artificial tooth restoration. This phase is often skiped when one chooses an immediate loading protocol.Once osseointegration is complete, the patient returns to the dental provider's office for placement of the abutments, which are small connector pieces that attach to the top of the implants. Abutments serve as the interface between the implants and the artificial teeth (crowns, bridges, or dentures) and are customized to fit the patient's specific restoration.

After the abutments are placed, impressions or digital scans of the implant sites are taken to create custom-made artificial teeth that fit securely and blend seamlessly with the patient's natural teeth. The artificial teeth, such as crowns, bridges, or dentures, are fabricated in a dental laboratory according to the patient's specifications and aesthetic preferences. Once the restorations are ready, they are securely attached to the abutments, completing the dental implant treatment.

A dental implant offers a reliable and long-lasting solution for replacing missing teeth and restoring oral function and aesthetics. A dental implant means nothing in itself as you need to add an abutment and above a temporary crown and after a permanent crown, generally in zirconium.

So the final cost of an implant depends of many factors but also in what country you do it and if it shall be combined with other implants such as an all on four dental implant solution. Check for each dental implant: what is the country, what is the dental implant brand provided, costs of temporary crown and permanent crown and the rest...dental implant abutment, x-ray, consultation, extraction and various services.

Dental Implant in Ireland

Ireland covers all types of treatments though with a small healthcare system concentrated in large clinics and hospitals. Bariatric surgery like gastric balloon or plastic surgery are the main treatments sought in Ireland.

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Dublin 20, Ireland

Dental Implant Price: from 990 €
Dublin 18, Ireland

Dental Implant Price: 1200 €
Co. Dublin, Ireland

Dental Implant Price: from 990 €