Background and Aims: Inadequate and incorrect information about dental implants causes patients to have unrealistic expectations. This study aimed to evaluate the level and sources of information on dental implants among patients at a university dental clinic. Material and Methods: We designed a standardized 18-item questionnaire to assess patients’ knowledge, awareness, and attitudes regarding dental implants. The data collected were evaluated with respect to source and amount of information and levels of information on prosthodontic options, dental implant surgeries, and dental implant acceptance. Results: The study recruited 505 participants aged 13 to 82 years (mean: 38.31 years), with a male–female ratio of 1:1.4. Of the participants, 47% were aware of dental implants as alternative replacements for missing teeth. Meanwhile, 60%, who desired the fixed prosthetic denture, demanded implant- supported prosthetic rehabilitation for their missing teeth. High cost was reported as the major disadvantage of dental implant treatment, while the major advantage was longevity of dental implants. Health workers were the main source of information. About half (58%) of the participants reported that specialists in implantology can perform dental implant surgery, whereas 56.2% of them believed that a professor, associate professor, or assistant professor working at dental office was the best option for dental implant treatment. Conclusion: The participants had a moderate level of awareness about dental implants as a treatment option for missing teeth.