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Dental Implant Prices in Singapore

Dental implant costs in Singapore range between $4000 and $6000 for a routine non-complex case performed by a dental surgeon with experience in dental implant surgery.

The fee you pay is Medisave claimable as of 2019, up to a limit of $1250 for one dental implant.

The Ministry of Health website also provides a rough estimate of Singapore dental implant costs. In 2019, public hospitals charged between $1600 and $1944 per surgical implant fixture placement, whereas private clinics charged between $2000 and $4815.

These costs are only for the implant surgery and do not include all of the associated costs, which are listed below ( note: not all cases would require all the steps and treatment below)

Singapore dental implant surgery cost breakdown

What exactly are you paying for when you pay the final price for a dental implant?

Here’s an illustration of a bill breakdown:

  • Consultation and examination of the teeth

Dental X-rays range in price from $40 to $150. ( panoramic and periapical)

  • 3D CT scans cost between $80 and $120. (if required): $350 – $500
  • Intra-oral scans or tooth models (if required)
    • Computer-Aided Surgical Planning and Guides: $100 – $250 (if required).
    • Bone grafting and custom-made meshes or membranes range from $350 to $800. (if required)
    • Sinus lifting costs between $800 and $2000. (if required) $1000 – $3500
  • Dental implant crown and related lab and prosthetic components
    • Surgery to insert a dental implant costs between $1000 and $3000.
    • Fitting into the jaw, Medication costs between $2000 and $4000.
    • Intravenous Sedation: $35 – $100 ( if required)
    • $700-$1200 per hour for post-op reviews and Xray reviews as needed
    • Soft-tissue gum grafting around implant: $50-$200 ( if required) $1000-$2500

A surgical guide is a piece of plastic that is placed in your mouth during surgery to guide the surgeon. This allows your dentist to place the dental implant in the proper position and angulation with high precision and a high margin of safety.

When there is insufficient healthy bone or gum to support the dental implant, bone and gum grafts are required. The cost is determined by the amount of bone graft and gum graft required. However, in some cases, bone and gum grafting is not required at all!

Sinus lifting is a bone-grafting procedure that increases the amount of healthy bone available for implant placement in the upper jaw’s back.

Prosthetic and lab components are custom-made or prefabricated in the dental lab. They are essential for fabricating a high-quality dental crown that fits precisely into the dental implant.


Ronny Watson