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With the advent of dental technology, it has become easier and less expensive to perform procedures to install permanent, non-removable teeth in patients with tooth loss.

Whether it is for a single tooth, multiple co-located or disjointed teeth, or for an entire set (upper and lower) of teeth, there’s a perfect implant that can be designed and installed.

Implanted teeth have the similar characteristics, look and feel as one's original teeth, and require less maintenance than traditional dentures. As a result, more and more individuals are confident about making the switch from dentures to dental implants.

Questions To Ask When Enquiring About Dental Implants

Deciding to go ahead with a dental implant is a major commitment. Here are a few questions you should ask when enquiring about dental implants:

Are You Accepting New Patients?

Some dental practices, especially those that specialize only in implants, may put you on a long waiting list. If that’s not convenient for you, look elsewhere.

You may be eligible for priority treatment if you have a dental emergency, so discuss that upfront with the dentist to see if you can get an earlier appointment.

Do You Offer Free Parking?

While some dental practices have free parking available on-premises or nearby, others do not. Some may also offer to “validate” your parking ticket so that you do not pay out of pocket.

Ask what the procedure is to validate (at the reception, immediately upon arrival, just before you leave?).

If you need accessible parking, now might be the best time to inquire about that too.

What Will My Implants Cost?

Implant treatment can average $2,000 an onward per implant. However, if there are additional complications (e.g. surgical intervention requirements), there may be additional costs involved.

If you are looking for multiple implants, most practices will provide you some cost reduction.

Can I Come In For A Consultation? How Much Will It Cost Me?

It is always advisable to do an initial consultation before you make your decision. Most practices offer a free initial session where all of your questions are answered. You may even receive a more accurate estimate of the costs during your session.

Go prepared will all your questions because these free sessions are often limited to an hour or less.

What Insurance Plans Will You Accept?

Some practices have special arrangements with specific insurance companies, and therefore may not be able to directly process your claim on your behalf. Knowing that beforehand will make you aware that you will have to pay out of pocket and then file a claim yourself. Dental implants are rarely covered by dental insurance in Australia (check here)

Dental Implants In Sydney: Costs

Dental implant - implanted in jaw bone. Isolated on white

Like any medical procedure today, the cost of dental implants will likely be a key determining factor when a patient decides whether or not to go ahead with an implant.

However, most patients that are considering an implant will also weigh the cost of doing so against “the real cost of a smile” (or lack of one!).

Dental implant costs in Australia aren’t solely determined by the State, Territory or City in which they are provided. There are many factors that go into determining what the final cost of the implant will be, including:

  • The type of implants – Endosteal (in the jawbone) or Subperiosteal (under the gum – on/above the jawbone)
  • The size, height and other physical characteristics of the implant
  • Single tooth, multiple teeth or all-teeth implants
  • The qualification and reputation of the surgical team
  • The type of system used (e.g. ASTRA TECH Implant System™, ANKYLOS™ C/X, Bicon™ Dental Implants etc.)
  • Whether the patient is covered by Medicare or private dental insurance
  • Whether financing options are availed of

While the techniques and technologies for performing dental implants have advanced significantly over the past decade or so, the cost of implant systems across Sydney do not vary significantly from one dental practice to another. In fact, you’d be hard pressed to see cost differentials exceed $100 between providers of these services.

Given all of the above cost-differentiating factors however, dental implants can start at $2,000, with the average cost of implant surgery running at $1,500 and full dental implants in Sydney being approximately $2,850.

Costs could vary significantly depending on unique requirements – for instance dealing with weak bone structure or other dental complications.

Recommendations For Dental Implant Specialists In Sydney

If you are thinking of dental implants, you may want to consider the following implant specialists to help you with your decision:

Smile By Design

Australian Institute Of Implant Dentistry

Dental Implant Professionals


North Sydney

1/3 Montague St, Balmain NSW 2041, Australia

12/187 Macquarie St, Sydney NSW 2000, Australia

Onsite Parking


​Available nearby at Point Parking

Available nearby at Secure Parking Bldg.​





1. Smile By Design

The highly qualified team at Simple By Design, under the leadership of Dr. Michael Tam, have over 20 years of experience in cosmetic and implant dentistry.

The team uses some of the best and most proven techniques and technologies to perform various procedures on their patients, with Dr. Tam working personally with his clients.

Clients can also opt for various payment plans from Mac Credit to fund their treatments.

The practice opens early on weekdays, working from 7 AM to 8 PM, with patients having the option to visit the office on Saturdays too, from 9 AM to 12 PM.

The North Sydney location is easily accessible by train, bus or car, with secure parking available.

Location: North Sydney

Onsite Parking: Yes​

Cost: From $2,000​

Phone: (02) 9460 3566


2. Australian Institute Of Implant Dentistry

As the principle dentist at this center of excellence for dental implantation, Dr. Saade Saade is one of Australia’s leading experts in the field, and a sought after international speaker on the subject.

The Institute operates in-house training facilities for its practitioners, and constantly invests in leading edge technology to deliver better patient experiences and more successful surgical outcomes.

Patients at the institute have a range of implant treatments available, from single missing tooth implants, several missing teeth, to all teeth missing and the more sophisticated teeth-on-4 implant technique.

The clinic operates at convenient hours – 8 AM to 5.30 PM Mondays to Thursdays, and from 8 AM to 3 PM Fridays and Saturdays. You may also send in a question online, which will be answered confidentially without any obligation on your part.

Patients can also defer the cost of their implants and related treatment by subscribing to the Institute’s online newsletter, which will give them access to treatment vouchers.

Location: 1/3 Montague St, Balmain NSW 2041, Australia

Onsite Parking: No, ​Available nearby at Point Parking

Cost: From $1,795

Phone: (02) 9810 2404


3. Dental Implant Professionals

Dental Implant Professionals specialize in offering patients the highest quality dental implants in Australia, for the lowest cost available anywhere – even overseas!

The practice is known for its use of some of the most leading edge implant technologies, including:

  • Straumann
  • Astratech
  • Imtech Dental
  • Nobel Biocare
  • Neoss
  • and other renowned implant systems

Patients are cared for by an integrated team of specialists that include Dental Surgeons, Prosthodontists, Periodontists and Hygienists.

Leading cosmetic dentist Dr. Leon Anaf has been practicing for over 30 years, while Dental Surgeon Dr. Paulo Pinho is a 10-year veteran.

Prices for dental implants run as low as $2,850, which includes fixture and crown, with additional discounts offered for more than two implants.

In addition to a range of implant options, patients are offered convenient payment plans to cover the expenses of their implants and related treatments.

Location: 12/187 Macquarie St, Sydney NSW 2000, Australia

Onsite Parking:  Available nearby at Secure Parking Bldg. 

Cost:  From $2,850

Phone: 1300 850 072


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