It’s no secret that dental care in the United States is expensive. Sadly, that’s the reason why many people who have lost all their teeth aren’t able to get fixed replacements and have to use dentures. While dentures are an affordable solution, there are other options that function more successfully as natural teeth. Over the years we have found that patients often come to us thinking that dentures are the best solution because that is what their dentist back home recommended for them. Why? Because dentures were the only affordable solution they have to offer. In Mexico, better solutions are more affordable…making patients at almost every budget level, a candidate for a full mouth reconstruction, involving a series of dental implants. It’s ironic, but implants are performed more often in Mexico than in the US and Canada because they are affordable in Mexico.
Americans who live by the border routinely cross into Mexico to receive dental care. Not only are the prices lower, but the quality of the service is the same—or even better—than it is in the US and Canada. However, since full dental restorations are extremely expensive, most Americans and Canadians can save tens of thousands of dollars by receiving their full mouth reconstruction in Mexico, even after factoring in the price of transportation and accommodations.
Sani Dental Group, one of the most reputable dental care centers in Mexico is one of the places where Americans come from around the world to get full mouth restorations. While low prices are the primary attraction, most patients refer their friends and family because of the quality of our personal, attentive care. Our staff is trained and experienced, and our equipment is state-of-the-art, exactly like you would expect from an American or Canadian dental clinic. We even have our own dental laboratory to ensure the highest level of consistent quality and fast service.
But what does a full mouth restoration involve? It is hard to define the process of a full mouth reconstruction, because each person is different and has different needs and circumstances. For example, a patient might have lost most of his or her teeth from only one side of the mouth due to an accident, while another might have the damage spread all over his or her mouth, due to disease. A patient might be on anti-coagulants or have diabetes, which might exclude him or her from certain treatments and alternative solutions should be sought.
That’s the reason why full mouth restorations start with an exhaustive evaluation of your case, which may include x-rays, tests, a physical evaluation, an analysis of your medical history, and a look at your genetic traits. It is after this exhaustive evaluation that your dentist will sit down with you and discuss your options, which will include procedures, schedule of visits, costs, and payment options.
Here are the most common procedures involved in full mouth restorations:
A full mouth dental restoration will greatly increase your quality of life. This process will restore your chewing function and improve your speech. Moreover, a full mouth restoration will improve your self-image as you won’t have to cover your mouth when you talk, laugh, smile, or speak in public. If you have lost all or most of your teeth and need an affordable full mouth restoration, trust the leaders in full mouth reconstructions and smile makeovers at Sani Dental Group, in Los Algodones. Call today for a free consultation.
The steps and procedures mentioned in this post are procedures available in the medical field; however, not all these treatments and procedures are perform at Sani Dental Group. To confirm if this procedure is perform at our dental clinics, please contact us directly.
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