Affordable Dental Implants in Mexico
Have you been searching for the best place to get your dental implants in Mexico?
You don’t have to look any further.
At our dental clinic, we pride ourselves on providing the highest quality services at affordable prices. Our team of expert surgeons in Mexico use the most advanced dental implant systems to ensure that your smile looks better than ever before. We’re committed to making our services accessible to everyone, which is why we offer unbeatable deals that you won’t find anywhere else. Whether you need a simple check-up or a complex dental implant procedure, our experienced team of surgeons in Mexico will ensure that you receive the highest quality care.
We’re so confident in our work that we offer a US warranty on all of our treatments.
You want worry-free financing options? We have multiple US financing options.
When it comes to getting your teeth fixed, there are many options available to you. But the best option is Mexico Dental Implants.
All-on-X procedure, we can replace missing teeth and give you the smile of your dreams while saving you up to 70% on the cost of surgery in the United States. We also have financing options available so that anyone can afford the procedure.
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Dental implants are considered the gold standard in restorative dentistry as they offer unparalleled benefits, a secure foundation, and natural-looking prosthetics.
Dental implants also preserve the health of your jawbone by mimicking tooth roots and providing the stimulation needed to prevent atrophy after tooth loss.
Thousands of Americans get dental implants in Mexico each year. In the US, dental implants can cost $4,000 to $5,000 dollars, and they are simply too expensive for many people who need them.
What Are Dental Implants?
A dental implant is a surgically inserted metal screw that is put in the jawbone to support a prosthesis such as a crown, bridge, or denture.
When one tooth can be replaced with a removable appliance, the looks, function and convenience of a permanent replacement are worlds better. Today, implants are so predictable that experts often recommend them in place of a bridge to replace single missing teeth.
Dental implants are made up of three parts:
This is the screw anchored into the jawbone. The implant is surgically placed, and the patient’s bone grows into the ridges in a process called “osseointegration”. This process is why dental implants take two visits 4-6 months apart.
The abutment connects the implant to the prosthesis. Abutments screw on to the implant and are exposed above the gum line in order to receive the restoration.
A crown is a prosthetic tooth. Crowns can be made of a variety of materials including ceramics and metals. Before they are placed, crowns are color matched to the patient’s surrounding teeth to ensure good aesthetics.
Implants are great options for people who have lost a tooth or teeth to periodontal disease, injury, or other factors. According to the American Academy of Implant Dentistry, about 3 million people in the United States have dental implants and another 500,000 implants are placed each year.
What type of dental implant is right for you?
Have you lost a single tooth? If so, you may be looking for the best way to replace it. It’s important to explore all your options before making a decision on which one is right for you.
Implant Fixed Dentures
If you’ve lost an entire arch of teeth (top and/or bottom) or are soon to have your remaining teeth removed because they’re too unhealthy to save, you may be able to replace them with fixed dentures supported by dental implants. Not only do doctors and patients prefer this form of denture over the commonly used removable ones because they:
Implant-supported fixed dentures versus removable ones. They look, feel, and function just like real teeth.
Top advantages of Implant Fixed Dentures
Don’t slip when you eat or talk.
Help preserve bone structure in the jaw.
Can last a lifetime.
There are many different kinds of bridges. Your dentist will let you know which ones suit your particular case best.
Traditional bridgework is the most popular kind, and it can be made from porcelain fused to metal or from porcelain fixed bridges that look like your natural teeth. Fixed dental bridges consist of two crowns placed over two anchoring teeth (abutment teeth) on either side of a gap created by one or more missing teeth, allowing them to function just as if all of your original teeth were there. An Implant Fixed Dental Bridge can last a very long time – but sometimes they need replacing when wearing down due to normal wear and tear.
Top Reasons for a fixed bridge:
Fill the space of missing teeth.
Restore your smile.
Maintain facial shape.
Prevent remaining teeth from drifting out of position.
Restore chewing and speaking ability.
Upgrade from a removable partial denture to a permanent dental appliance.
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