Dental Implants in Brazil Starting @ $950!

Are you dreaming of a flawless smile & healthy teeth? Look no further than dental implants in Brazil! It's a big commitment, both financially & surgically, but don't worry! We've got you covered with this ultimate guide about teeth implants.

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You may be wondering if it is profitable to go to Brazil for implants. Check the cost table for better estimates!

Dental Implants Cost in Brazil: A Lifetime Investment

Are dental prices at home intimidating? You can count on us for support. The cost of dental implants in Brazil ranges from $950 - $1,050, unlike high US expenses of $5,000 - $6,000.

Similarly, all on 4 dental implants cost in Brazil is 3 times less than that in the US/Canada. Here you will have to pay $3,500 - $5,500 for all on 6/8 implants.

While the same may cost you $28,000 - $35,000 in the States. Thus, saving you ~ 70 - 80%! Yes, you read it right!

Cost of Dental Implants in Brazil, the US & Canada
Implants US Canada Brazil
Titanium Implant* $5,000 $4,600 $950
Zirconium Implant (Ceramic)# $6,000 $5,520 $1,050
All on 4 Dental Implants $24,000 $22,000 $7,500
All-on-6 Dental Implants^ $28,000 $26,000 $3,500
All-on-8 Dental Implants^ $35,000 $32,000 $5,500
Zygoma Implants# $21,500 $34,000 $1,000
Same-Day Implant with Crown $4,000 $3,000 $2,000
*Including abutment & crown, ^fixed hybrid acrylic bridge per jaw, #abutment
* The prices are subject to change in each case.
**Please note: Medicare/Medicaid does not apply overseas.

The dentists could ask you to get a 3D-CT scan which will amount to approximately $80. You can pay using multiple methods like:

  • Cash
  • Cards
  • Paypal
  • Bank Transfer

Additionally, you can use Supermoney for your payments. Don’t let the cost benefits slip away from your grasp.

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Are Dental Implants in Brazil Worth It?


Did you know?

Nearly 178 million Americans lack at least one tooth & dental implants offer a popular & permanent treatment option for them.[1]

Our objective is to comprehend both facets - the reasons to have implants and why Brazil could be a favorable choice.

We are here to address any concerns you may have. Let’s get into the context one by one!

Why Should I Get Dental Implants?

Dental implants are artificial screws anchored inside the jawbone to support artificial teeth.

The purpose is to restore a person's chewing ability & appearance.[2]

You may enter a clinic without teeth. But our dentists make sure that you walk out confidently with a natural-looking smile.

It is because our providers have the equipment & in-house labs to deliver same-day implants (also k/a immediate load implants).

Moreover, implants have become a reliable treatment with a success rate of 97% (at 10 years) & 75% (at 20 years).[3]

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Dental Implants: For an Instant Smile

Did you know?

The global dental implant market is estimated to attain $13 billion in 2023.[4]

Furthermore, they're the only stable tooth replacement option that:

  • Stimulates bone growth
  • Replaces lost teeth in functionality & features
  • Lets you enjoy everyday activities: eating, laughing, talking

Dental Implants in Brazil

Now that you know how a dental implant adds life to your teeth, the next question that strikes is, why visit Brazil for it?

Why Should I Visit Brazil for Implants?

With 60% of the Amazon Rainforest in Brazil, you can spot millions of species, including pink dolphins.[5] As soccer holds the position of Brazil's national sport, many enthusiasts visit Sao Paulo, the hub of Brazilian soccer.[6]

Rio de Janeiro, “the Marvelous City,” is another popular destination for Americans here.[7] It boasts white-sand beaches, rainforests, and numerous scenic vistas.

US to Brazil Flights

US to Brazil: Let's Fly

Rio de Janeiro

Picturesque Rio de Janeiro in Brazil

Thus, you'll have the opportunity to experience a delightful vacation in the largest nation of South America. In addition, you can easily reach Brazil as direct flights are available from many cities in the US.


Did you know?

The dental industry in Brazil holds the third position globally, following the US and China.[8]

Even though you have no dental coverage at home, you can fix your teeth in Brazil within your budget. Moreover, dental implant prices in Brazil can save you approx. 70 - 80%.

That's not just a mere discount, perhaps a massive steal! Don't worry! Your treatment won't be compromised in quality as they use high-end technology like:

Digital Scanner

Digital Scanner for 3D Impressions

Dental Microscope

Dental Microscope for Precision

To help you make an informed decision, we have enlisted the top-rated clinics in Brazil.

Top 3 Dental Clinics in Brazil: For Your Healthy Teeth

Scouting for a suitable clinic can be a laborious task for you. So, we take it upon ourselves to assist you in finding the best dental clinic in Brazil.

Recommended Hotels

Duration of Stay: Trip 1: 5 days, Trip 2: 5 – 7 days

Recommended Hotels

Duration of Stay: Trip 1: 2 – 7 days

Dr. Fernando Giovanella Clinic has the following certifications:

Recommended Hotels

Duration of Stay: Trip 1 – 5, Trip 2 – 10

3 Best Implant Dentists in Brazil: Team Behind Your Smile

We have a team of specialists, including a prosthodontist, an implantologist, and an oral surgeon. They are experts in implant placement, so the results are outstanding.

Dr. Fernando Giovanella
Dr. Fernando Giovanella

17+ Years



Oral Surgery (All-on-4/6/8, Implants, Full Mouth Rehab


University of the Sacred Heart, Bauru, Brazil

  • Board-certified by OMFS – UFPel-RS
  • All-on-4 & zygomatic technique world-class surgeon
Dr. Mauricio Motta
Dr. Mauricio Motta

25+ Years



Implantology (All-on-4/6/8, Implants, Full Mouth Rehab)


University of São Paulo, Brazil

  • Nationally recognized top dentist in full arch treatment
  • Pioneer in All-on-4® surgical protocols
  • Memberships: CRSP, Federal Council of Dentistry, Brazil
Dr. Natalia Liuzzi
Dr. Natalia Liuzzi

14+ years



Prosthodontics (Crowns & Bridges, All-on-4/6/8, Implants, Full Mouth Rehab)


Gama Filho University

  • Membership: CFO – Brasilian Federal Council of Dentistry

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Curious to see a real smile transformation? Take a look at pre & post-op implant images of the patients here.

Before & After: Dental Implants in Brazil

Before & After: Dental Implants in Brazil

Dental Implants in Brazil

Before & After: All on 4 Implants in Brazil

All on 4 Implants in Brazil

Want to flaunt a picture-perfect smile like them? Know if you are eligible for getting teeth implants or not?

Are You a Candidate for Dental Implants?

Yes, you can fill your teeth gaps with implants if you:[9]

  • Have 1 or more missing teeth
  • Want a more natural smile
  • Want to improve your speech
  • Are unwilling to wear traditional dentures
  • Are ready to commit a few months to the process

Dental Implant

What Else Will Your Dentist Check?

Well, it’s important that you:[10]

  • Don't smoke tobacco
  • Have an adequate jawbone to support the implant
  • Are in good overall medical condition & have healthy oral tissues
  • Don't have a health condition that can adversely affect bone healing

Don't Smoke

If you fulfill the above-stated criteria, you are a perfect fit for getting dental implants. But do you know which type of implant can be offered? How will the surgery be performed?

Let’s obtain a concise understanding of everything you need to know about implants.

Dental Implants: No More Missing Teeth!

Dentistry in Brazil is quite reliable and cost-effective. Moreover, there is significant demand for dental implants.


Did you know?

Globally, over 95% of individuals believe that their smile is a vital social asset, and ~ 84% feel convinced to perfect their smile. Thus, increasing the need to get implants.[11]

Dental implant surgery replaces tooth roots with metal posts and missing teeth with artificial ones.[12] They function like real teeth, offering an alternative to ill-fitting dentures or bridgework.

Parts of Dental Implant

Parts of Dental Implant: Screw, Abutment & Crown

Types & Techniques of Dental Implants

The dentist can insert any of the two implant types:[13]


  • Inserted into the jawbone
  • Usually made of titanium that resembles small screws
  • The most common type of implant

Endosteal Dental Implant


  • Placed under the gum on/above the jawbone
  • Indicated in patients with a deficient healthy jawbone (& not ready for bone grafts)

Subperiosteal Dental Implants

Dental implants are available in various dimensions. Besides, they can be administered in a single appointment. We will go through each type.

Yes, you can get teeth in a day! In immediate load dental implants, a temporary tooth is attached during the implant insertion appointment.

So, once you are at the clinic, you won’t exit without teeth.

Although you will have to make another appointment for a permanent prosthesis.

Same Day Dental Implant

They are toothpick-sized & narrow-diameter (3mm) implants with a ball-shaped end projecting from the jawbone.

They stabilize a lower denture using less-invasive techniques.

Unlike conventional implants, which are made of 2 pieces (3.25 to 5 mm diameter), a mini implant is a one-piece screw.[14]

Mini Dental Implants

Don’t fret if you have all your teeth knocked out. We have the solution key i.e., All-on-4 implants.

The expert will place four implants in bone, skipping the need for bone grafting.

They use special abutments to allow the placement of a temporary set of replacement teeth on the same day.

Therefore, a full arch can be restored with a brand-new smile.

All on 4 Dental Implants

Similarly, you can also get all on 6/8 implants for full mouth rehabilitation.

All on 4 Dental Implants

All-on-4 Implants

All on 6 Dental Implants

All on 6 Implants

All on 8 Dental Implants

All-on-8 Implants

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Dental Implant Procedure

Implant surgery is usually a safe and viable option for most patients.

Moreover, our implant specialists assess every case properly before carrying out the procedure. Let’s see how they proceed before & after surgery:

Comprehensive Evaluation

The dentists initiate to:

  • Take dental X-rays, perform 3D digital imaging for teeth models
  • Discuss your medical history (to prescribe antibiotics for heart patients if needed)
  • Get a tailored treatment plan for you
  • Use implant surgical planning software & tools to determine the best implant sites.

Implant X-ray

Dental Implant X-Ray

It saves time and shortens recovery time. You can expect some minor dental procedures prior to the surgery like:

  • Tooth removal
  • Jawbone preparation/grafting
  • Sinus lifting (for upper back teeth)

Implants Surgical Procedure

The first step is to make the entire process painless by administering anesthesia (local anesthesia, sedation, general anesthesia). Secondly, the implant is placed within the jawbone, taking 30 min for a single tooth.

It takes six weeks and six months for complete bone growth and healing (osseointegration). Once a solid base is confirmed, an abutment & artificial teeth are placed on top of the implant.

It can be a crown, removable denture, or a fixed hybrid acrylic bridge that brings back your smile. Thus, all your gaps get filled with implants & appropriate prostheses.

Dental Implant Procedure
Note: If sedation or general anesthesia is in the plan, then have someone take you home after surgery.

Source: Mayo Clinic[15], Colgate [16]

Next, you must know what measures are to be taken after the surgery is complete.

Dental Implants: Post Surgery & Aftercare

Just like every other surgery, you may experience a bit of discomfort like:

  • Facial or gum swelling or bruising
  • Minor bleeding & mild pain at the implant site.

Still, to combat this, you will be prescribed painkillers (Paracetamol or Ibuprofen). The dental team will suggest you eat soft foods for a while after the surgery & practice good oral hygiene practices.

You can also help your treatment last longer by following these dos and don'ts:[17]


  • Eat soft foods for a week
  • Take prescribed antibiotics
  • Rinse your mouth with mouthwash 24 hours after treatment for at least 3 or 4 times a day


  • Grind your teeth
  • Use straws to suck
  • Chew hard items like ice and hard candies
  • Use tobacco/alcohol for at 2 weeks

Note: You must avoid hot food and drinks while you are momentarily numb after the treatment (& for the first 24 hours).

Additional Dental Implant Techniques

Not every case is the same. Some patients might require extra attention & add-on procedures.

Bone Augmentation

If your jawbone is not able to support implants, the option is to regenerate it.

It can be used for ridge expansion.

Research says that bone additives & growth factors fortifying the bone achieve the best results.

Have you ever heard about L-PRF?

Bone Graft for Dental Implants

What is L -PRF?

It is a mesh rich in fibrin, obtained after centrifugation of blood & injected into the surgical bed.

Our partner dentists in Brazil use an advanced technique to minimize your waiting time for bone formation.

They utilize L-PRF from the patient's blood to make high-quality bone grafts.


Sinus Lift/Sinus Elevation

It involves adding bone below the sinus where the natural bone has degraded due to missing upper back teeth.

These three types of bone grafts can be used in sinus lift surgeries:

  • Autogenous: bone from your own body
  • Allogenic: bone from a cadaver
  • Xenograft: bone from a animal

Sinus Lift

Source: AAID[18], Colgate [19]

Avg. Cost of Additional Implant Procedures
Additional Procedure US Canada Brazil
Bone graft (per unit) $550 $1,650 $250
Sinus Lifting (per side) $1,400 $2,000 $800

What Are the Materials Used for Implants?

Implants were introduced in Sweden in the 1970s and in the US in the 1980s.[20]

Since then, medical-grade titanium has been the preferred material for Hydroxyapatite. It is a substance similar to a component of bone that is used to coat titanium in certain types of implants.

Titanium is biocompatible & rarely results in a rejection issue. Recently, ceramics (metal free) like zirconium have also been made into implants.

Titanium & Zirconium Dental Implants

Titanium & Zirconium Dental Implants

Is Getting Dental Implants in Brazil Safe?

Regarding dental safety concerns, we must tell you that: Implant materials follow the International Consensus Standards of the ISO or ASTM International.[21]

Most systems are made of titanium or zirconium oxide with a well-known safety profile. Additionally, biocompatibility testing confirms that they do not cause allergic reactions or other complications.

Nearly 3 million people in the USA have dental implants, and this number rises by about 0.5 million every year.[22]

Next, it’s about travel safety in Brazil. You are safe if you exercise increased caution while you visit Brazil.

Do not plan a drive to high crime areas like:

  • Areas within 100 miles of Brazil’s borders with Venezuela, Colombia, Peru, Bolivia, Guyana, Suriname, French Guiana, and Paraguay.
  • Informal housing developments (favelas, villas, Comunidades, and/or conglomerados)
  • Brasilia’s administrative areas (or satellite cities) of Ceilandia, Santa Maria, Sao Sebastiao, and Paranoa during the dark.

Also, beware of water hazards & don’t miss out on posted warnings near beaches. Ocean currents are unpredictable and shark attacks have been reported in northeastern Brazil areas.

Emergency Helpline Numbers

In case you face any emergency, you can say “temos uma emergência”. It means, "This is an emergency." As “911” emergency line in Brazil is divided among the following four services, so you can dial:

  • 190 - Policia (Police)
  • 191 - Policia Rodoviaria (on interstate roads)
  • 192 - Ambulancia (Ambulance)
  • 193 - Bombeiros (Fire Department)

Source:[23] [24]

Dental Tourism in Brazil

Dental Tourism in Brazil is not just about dental treatment. It's a chance to relax and have fun in the city.


Did you know?

Over six million tourists visit Brazil per year, placing it among the top tourist hubs in Latin America.[25]

Let’s explore sightseeing in 3 popular places in Brazil. You will also learn how to get there without difficulty.

How to Reach Sao Paulo in Brazil?

You can fly directly to Guarulhos International Airport (GRU), the main entry port in Sao Paulo. It is the cheapest and fastest way of getting into the city.[26]

Non-Stop Flights From the US Cities to Sao Paulo (GRU)
US Cities Duration Airlines
Miami (MIA) 8h 15m LATAM
New York (JFK) 9h 40m LATAM
Chicago O’Hare Intl (ORD) 10h 20m United
Distance of the Airport to the Clinic - 10 miles (15 min)
*You can avail the clinic’s pick-up and drop-off services at/to the airport.

Top Attractions in Sao Paulo, Brazil

Parque Ibirapuera

Parque Ibirapuera

It provides a respite from buzzing city life. Visitors can explore museums and galleries, including those designed by Oscar Niemeyer.

Paulista Avenue

Paulista Avenue

The streets are full of music, painters, antique’s fairs and vendors, and lots of artists. You can get time off for city shopping and dining on the Avenue.

How to Reach Rio de Janeiro in Brazil?

Rio de Janeiro has an international airport called Galeão International Airport (GIG), 20 km from the city center. You can board a direct flight (American Airlines) from Miami (MIA), US, to the airport (8 hr 13 min).

From New York or Chicago, you are likely to get one/two-stop flights with a few hours of layover.

Top Attractions in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil

Sugarloaf Mountain

Sugarloaf Mountain

You can take a ride on the world's third-oldest cable car or choose a hike through the Brazilian rainforest. Upon reaching the mountain's summit (1300 feet), you will enjoy sweeping views of the entire city.

Botanical Garden

Botanical Garden

This vast garden boasts thousands of plants and trees, including every type of palm tree. The highlight is two rows of majestic royal palm trees stretching for 800 yards.

How to Reach Blumenau in Brazil?

The nearest airport to Blumenau is the Navegantes International Airport, 34 miles away from the clinic. There are no direct flights from Miami or New York.

However, the quickest flight with one stopover takes 10h 20m from Miami. On arrival at the airport, you can take a taxi or bus to the clinic in Blumenau.

Top Attractions in Blumenau, Brazil

Mozart Crystal, Blumenau

Mozart Crystal, Blumenau

It is the only factory in the world that produces crystal pieces in 9 colors. You can witness the live production of glasses, bowls, and crystal objects.

Vila Germanica Park

Vila Germanica Park

It is a German culture-based place with a lot of options for buying souvenirs. You will be delighted to see chocolate stores, classy German restaurants & fascinating Christmas decorations.

Source: Trip Advisor[27]

Travel Tips: Know Everything about Brazil

If you are planning a visit to Brazil, you must read these tiny yet useful tips.

Visa & Passport

  • A valid passport (with one page required for entry stamp)
  • Declare >10,000 BR to customs during entry/exit
  • You don’t need a tourist visa while entering Brazil from the US

You can reach U.S. Embassy Brasilia via:

  • Telephone: 011-55-61-3312-7000
  • Email:


Best time to Visit

Visiting Brazil is feasible throughout the year, with November to March being a favored period. It’s warm (27°C - 33°C) with less rainfall & popular for Carnival celebrations.[29]

Tip: Brazil can be quite hot and humid, so pack lightweight, breathable clothing and comfortable walking shoes.

Events & Festivals

Are you a partygoer looking to revel to the sounds? Here are some world-famous events & occasions in Brazil:[30]

  • The Carnival of Brazil - February
  • Parintins Folklore Festival - June
  • Festa Junina - June
  • New Year in Rio - December
  • Oktoberfest - Mid-October

New Year Brazil


Portuguese is the primary language spoken by the majority of Brazilians. German, Spanish, and English are their secondary languages.[31]


The official currency of Brazil is the Brazilian Real (R$), with an exchange rate of 1 BR being equal to 0.21 USD.[32]

Brazil’s Public Transport

If you're exploring metropolitan cities like Rio de Janeiro and Sao Paulo, taking the metro is the most convenient way.

Taxis are often considered the safest and affordable option for getting around the city, especially at night. Buses are a cheaper and readily available mode of transportation throughout the country.

Source: World Nomads[33]

Still, seeking answers to your questions? Check out our next section of FAQs.


Yes, the dentists in Brazil are hold a reputation for delivering high-quality services.

The number of dentists in Brazil exceeds 240,000, which roughly accounts for 15% of the world's dental professionals.[34]

They are trained enough to be called dental specialists (either in implants, crowns, or bridges, etc.). A decade of clinical experience & active association with esteemed Brazilian dental bodies makes them stand out.

Using local anesthesia during the procedure eliminates the pain & reduces discomfort. Some patients may experience minor discomfort or soreness for a few days after the implant surgery.

However, with proper postoperative care and medication, most patients recover faster.

Dental work in Brazil is economical when compared to the prices in the US or Canada. The cost of dental implants in Brazil varies from $950 - $1,050, while it costs $5,000 - $6,000 in the US.

Similarly, if you want all on 4 implants in Brazil, you will have to pay only 1/3rd of what you will pay in the States. The price differences are well illustrated in the table.

Oral & maxillofacial surgeons, periodontists, and prosthodontists have the qualifications to insert implants. Also, general dentists with Diploma in Implantology can perform the procedure well.

It takes an average time of 2-6 months for a person to heal after dental implants.[35]

Analgesics or pain medications are necessary for 2–3 days after the surgery. Once healing is complete, the surgeon can attach artificial teeth to the implant.

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The Takeaway

Getting dental implants in Brazil is in your best interests. You can feel young like earlier & enjoy your meals while re-establishing a beautiful smile.

The dental bills for implants won’t be scary if you plan your Brazil dental trip with us at MTC. Don't settle for anything less than picture-perfect teeth!

In a year's time, you'll be wishing you had begun today.