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How do I pay for my dental implants?

dental prices abroad
costs involved with dental implants

What is the best way to pay for dental implants? Ideally, the dental implant treatment payments should be split into 3 parts:

Visit 1: The 60% payment of the whole treatment cost.

Visit 2 and Visit 3: The remaining 40% may be split into two payments and should be paid off by your last visit.

This way, you don’t have to carry or fork out the whole lump sum at once. This is the way most people split up the payments, however you can of course pay off the whole treatment on any of your visits for dental treatment abroad, but we always take a deposit on the first visit, and by paying this way, you will always leave our dental clinic having paid for exactly what you have had done on each session.

After every session, you’ll be presented with an updated payment sheet stating exact cost of the treatment that you’ve had done and the amount that you have paid on each visit.

Any other questions about how to pay for your dental implants abroad? Let us know in the comments below and we’ll add it to our list…

6 thoughts on “How do I pay for my dental implants?”

  1. Hi
    I have recently had a scan for 1 tooth implant and my sinus has dropped and I have no bone there can you please give me a rough idea of how much you would charge me to do this implant
    Thank you
    Tracy Dowd

    • Dear Tracy, if you need a sinus lift, then you can expect to pay £400-£800 depending on the amount of time and material involved. This can be done at the same time as the dental implantation, which costs £891 for an implant, abutment and crown. This treatment can be done over 2-3 short visits to our clinic.
      I hope that helps…

  2. Is there a way that I can deposit my money and bank it with you as in credits whilst saving for the implants.

    • you can start treatment with us when you are able to pay of the 1st deposit on the 1st visit. Then during the healing period you can make a bank transfer and pay off the implant up to the last visit when we fit the final crowns if you.
      Does that help?

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