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Patients with single, multiple, or complete tooth loss may benefit from dental implant treatment. Dental implants are titanium screws that are surgically placed into the jawbone underneath your gums. As implants are fused to the jaw-bone, they are very stable and can feel almost identical to natural teeth.

Dental implants are expected to last for about 10-15 years, if proper care, such as good oral routine, is taken to maintain them.

We offer 4 types of implant treatments:
•Implant crown
•Implant-retained dentures
•Implant-supported dentures
•All-on-4 Treatment

Tooth human implant (done in 3d graphics)

Implant crown

If you are missing only one tooth, a crown that is attached to a dental implant will be an ideal choice.

How is it done?
First, a metal implant is placed under the gums and within the bone. Next, depending on the type of implant system and the patient’s treatment requirements, the prosthetic abutment, which connects the implant to the artificial teeth, may be placed immediately or during a second surgery which can take up to half a year’s wait. Lastly, after the gums have sufficiently healed, an artificial teeth will be fabricated and fitted onto the implant. This procedure can take up to 2 months.

What are the benefits of an implant crown? 
Other methods to replace a single missing tooth are removable dentures and bridges. A removable denture is uncomfortable as it can be loose and irritate the tongue and gums. A bridge requires the adjacent teeth to be trimmed. With implants, the dentist replaces only the individual tooth without jeopardising the health of the adjacent teeth. Dental implants are also much easier to care for, as they can be brushed and flossed like natural teeth.

Treatment Charges and Payment Plan
Implant Crown (Per Tooth)
$1250 (After Medisave Claim of $1250)

Enjoy interest-free instalment payments of up to 24 months! Terms & Conditions apply.
For more information on our flexible payment plans, please click here.

Implant Retained Dentures 

Tooth implantation, dentureIf you are missing all of your teeth in either your upper or lower jaw, or both jaws, a removable denture can be attached to the dental implants.

What are the benefits of implant-retained dentures?
Traditional full dentures have nothing to hold them in place, except for the suction force under the dentures. Hence, many patients suffer from loose dentures that cannot be made any tighter. Implants will hold on to the dentures so that they will not slip out. This makes it much easier to chew and also more comfortable than traditional dentures. 

Treatment Charges and Payment Plan 
Implant Retained Dentures
$488 (After Medisave Claim of $4100) Further subsidies apply for CHAS/PG Cardholders.

Please see below for the prices after CHAS/PG subsidies:
PG Cardholders: $221.50
Blue CHAS Cardholders: $231.50
Orange CHAS Cardholders: $317.50

barImplant-supported Dentures 

Similar to implant-retained dentures, implant-supported dentures are removable dentures that are attached to dental implants. The only difference is that implant-supported dentures are both retained and fully supported by an implant bar.

What are the benefits of implant-supported dentures?
Unlike implant-retained dentures that still rest partially on the gums, implant-supported dentures are fully supported by the implant bar. Hence, they are a lot more rigid and are able to generate stronger biting forces.

Treatment Charges and Payment Plan 
Implant-supported Dentures
$3000 – $7000 (After Medisave Claim of $4100)

Enjoy interest-free instalment payments of up to 24 months! Terms & Conditions apply.
For more information on our flexible payment plans, please click here.

All-on-4 ® Treatment


                 Photo taken from Nobel Biocare

If you are missing all of your teeth, you may also want to consider the All-on-4 ® treatment, an innovative solution designed to replace all missing teeth with just four dental implants.

How is it done?
This treatment involves a strategic placement of four implants. 2 implants will be placed in front of the arch and the remaining 2 will be placed in the back at 45 degrees. Together, these form the required foundation to support the prosthesis.

By placing 2 implants at an optimal angle of 45 degrees, available bone can be utilized, hence eliminating the need for a bone graft. The placement of these implants is carried out under local anesthesia, sedation or general anesthesia.

What are the benefits of All-on-4 ® treatment?
Unlike the traditional implant treatment, fewer implants are used, thereby reducing the cost. There is also usually no need for bone graft for All-on-4 ® treatment. Not only does this shorten the treatment time, the cost can also be further reduced. 

Treatment Charges and Payment Plan 
All-on-4 Implant

Please call our hotline at 8684 1000 to enquire further.