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Cosmetic Dentistry Mexico

Cosmetic Dentistry in Mexico brings the possibility to enhance your smile at an accessible price. At Sani Dental Group, we have the best team of cosmetic dental specialists who provide our patients with the highest quality dental care, ensuring the best possible results.

With Cosmetic Dentistry in Mexico, you can improve your appearance and how you feel about it, boosting your self-esteem and self-confidence.

What is cosmetic dentistry?

The term cosmetic dentistry refers to dental procedures that have the purpose of improving a person's teeth's appearance while maintaining functionality.

Treatments may include improving the teeth's color, shape, position, and overall smile appearance.

Who can benefit from cosmetic dentistry?

Cosmetic Dentistry can fix aesthetic issues such as:

    • Chipped or cracked teeth
    • Gaps between teeth
    • Discoloration
    • Misshaped teeth

We offer several cosmetic dental care procedures, such as teeth whitening, and regular and deep dental cleaning, among others.

Teeth cleaning in Mexico

Keeping proper dental hygiene can help prevent gum disease, cavities, eliminate bad breath, and maintain good overall health.

You can maintain good oral hygiene by sticking to a proper cleaning routine; brushing at least twice a day, and flossing daily. Sometimes when there’s too much plaque and hard-to-remove tartar, having your teeth professionally cleaned might be recommended.

Getting your teeth professionally cleaned can reduce the risk of getting cavities, gum disease, or tooth loss. This can also be an opportunity for your dentist to look for signs of oral health problems such as tooth decay.

What is a dental cleaning?

A dental cleaning is a non-surgical procedure that involves the removal of plaque and calculus deposits that have built up on teeth and under the gum line over time.

Professional teeth cleaning includes tooth scaling, polishing, and debridement if too much tartar has been accumulated.

Deep cleaning can include cleaning the teeth roots below the gum level.  

What are dental plaque and tartar?

Dental plaque is a sticky, colorless coat of bacteria that forms on teeth. After eating or drinking, this bacteria produces acids that can, eventually, destroy tooth enamel and cause cavities and gum disease.

It is also possible for plaque to form on the roots of teeth under the gums, this can end up harming the bones that support teeth.

If not treated, plaque can harden into tartar, which can’t be removed by conventional everyday brushing. Tartar can accumulate on your teeth and lead to tooth decay and gum disease.

What happens during a dental cleaning?

Initial Examination

During regular teeth cleaning your dental hygienist will start by examining your mouth; using a small mirror they will look around your teeth and gums for any signs of oral health issues such as inflamed gums.

If your dental hygienist finds a major problem they will have to consult the dentist to determine whether it’s safe to continue.

Removing plaque and tartar

The next step is to start cleaning; with the help of the small mirror and using a scaler, they will start removing plaque and tartar around the gum line and between the teeth.

The more tartar there is in your mouth, the more time they will need to clean a particular area.

Polishing teeth

After removing plaque and tartar, your dental hygienist will polish your teeth with an electric brush, this tool will make a grinding noise, and although it can be scary, using this special brushing tool will remove any tartar that was left behind.

When polishing your teeth a special toothpaste is used; it will taste like regular toothpaste but it will have a gritty consistency. This toothpaste will gently scrub your teeth.


Finally, your dental hygienist will give you a fluoride rinse to get rid of any debris. They will also apply a fluoride varnish to your teeth to protect the enamel from decay.

Deep Dental Cleaning

In contrast to regular teeth cleaning, during a deep dental cleaning plaque and tartar are removed from below the gum line.

A deep cleaning will include gum scaling and root planing. When scaling, your dental professional will remove plaque and tartar above and below the gum line, then they will perform the root planing.

During root planing, your dentist will smooth down your teeth's roots so they can reattach to your gums.

If you have a weakened immune system, you might have to take antibiotics for a few days after a deep cleaning, as there can be a risk of infection.

Is a dental deep cleaning painful?

The procedures involved in deep teeth cleaning can cause discomfort, so your dentist will provide a local anesthetic to numb the area.

After cleaning there might be a bit of pain and sensitivity; there also might be swelling and minor bleeding. For this, your dentist will give you instructions to reduce swelling and sensitivity and might prescribe pain medication.

If pain and bleeding continue or become more intense with the days, contact a dental professional immediately.

Who can benefit from deep teeth cleaning in Mexico?

Deep teeth cleaning is done to treat patients who suffer from gum disease. When someone develops gum disease their gums swell causing them to pull away from teeth.

When gums pull away, a space between them and teeth is created, and plaque can get trapped inside of these spaces and cannot be removed with conventional brushing.

Getting a deep cleaning can stop gum disease from advancing, promote healing and it will protect the roots of your teeth.

Dental Cleaning Cost

Regular dental cleaning in the United States can cost up to 138 USD, while a deep cleaning can go up to 355 USD. In contrast, getting your teeth professionally cleaned in Mexico is less expensive and provides the same high-quality service.

Here at Sani Dental Group, you can get the best teeth cleaning prices; you can get dental cleaning at an excellent price starting at 35 USD.

Learn more about costs and the dental financing options available at Sani Dental Group.

Dental Cleaning in Mexico at Sani Dental Group

At our clinics, you can have your teeth professionally cleaned by our highly-qualified team of dental professionals. We also offer dental laser cleaning which can be less invasive than a common cleaning.

The team at Sani Dental is dedicated to providing you not just with the best dental treatment, but also with the level of attention you deserve.

Mexico Teeth Whitening 


Teeth can suffer from discoloration because for various reasons, some we cannot control such as the passing of time.

Discoloration can also be caused by some day-to-day habits like the consumption of drinks like coffee and tea, or habits like smoking.

If you’re looking to achieve a brighter smile, teeth whitening can be an effective solution. This procedure has become one of the most popular dental treatments to enhance teeth appearance.

We offer a range of teeth whitening options and have a team of qualified dental professionals who will provide you with all the information you need to make an informed decision.

How is teeth whitening done?

A regular in-office Mexico teeth whitening is not a complex procedure; your dentists will start by using a shade chart to determine the shade of your teeth and will then discuss with you how many shades lighter you want your teeth to be.

Teeth will be then polished and any remaining plaque will be removed. To protect your gums, cheeks, and tongue from the whitening agent your dentist will maintain your mouth open with the help of dental retractors. A barrier will also be placed along your gum line.

Then, your dentist will apply a hydrogen peroxide-based whitening gel to your teeth, and a blue-spectrum specially patented light will shine on your teeth, speeding up and intensifying the process.

When the process is complete, you will rinse your mouth.

This procedure takes approximately 20 minutes.

Laser teeth whitening

Laser teeth whitening is performed by applying a translucent bleaching gel to the teeth and using laser light.

The laser will heat the gel and activate its whitening properties; it will then penetrate the teeth' enamel and increase the lightening effect on the teeth.

The duration for laser teeth whitening is approximately 60 minutes.

Are results permanent?

Teeth whitening results are not permanent. The durability of it will vary from patient to patient; whitening results can last from just a few months up to 2-3 years.

Patients' habits will also influence how long the results of Mexico teeth whitening will last for them.

To make your results last longer it is encouraged to keep a strict oral care routine. Limiting or avoiding some habits like the consumption of tobacco, foods, and drinks that might stain teeth, like coffee and wine, will also be recommended.

We all care about our teeth’s appearance and we know how much impact it can have on our quality of life, that’s why we want you to have the best attention and get your teeth whitened by the best dental professionals.

Teeth Whitening Options

We offer various teeth whitening options at our clinics, including regular in-office whitening, laser teeth whitening, and Zoom teeth whitening, and you can even get a home whitening kit to brighten up your smile at home.

How much does teeth whitening cost?

In-office teeth whitening costs in the United States can range between 400 USD to over 1,000 USD while whitening take-home kits prescribed by dentists can cost over 250 USD.

Teeth whitening prices in Mexico can be way more affordable than in the United States and the procedure is just as successful and high-quality.

Here at Sani Dental Group, you can get a brighter smile with a starting price of 170 USD for regular in-office teeth whitening.

Best Cosmetic Dentistry at Sani Dental Group

With more than 30 years of experience, here at Sani Dental Group, we work hard to keep bringing the best quality dentistry and dental care to our patients.

Our team of dentists is dedicated to providing patients with the best dental care so that they can achieve the perfect smile.

We know that dental work, especially cosmetic dentistry, is rarely covered by insurance. By visiting our dental group, it is not only possible to return home with a beautiful smile but also to save money at the same time.

We povide the best offers with Cancun teeth whitening and Los Algodones teeth whitening. Visit one of our 4 dental offices and begin your journey to a Healthier Beautiful Smile Today! 

We offer dental financing options to make paying for your dental care convenient and easy so you can get the smile you’ve always wanted. In addition to having some of the best prices for dental work, all of our dental procedures have up to a 5-year full warranty. 

If you’re interested in getting one of these procedures we invite you to fill out a quick form to receive a free quote, call (928) 257-1307, or schedule your appointment online in any of our locations.


1.     How long do veneers last?

Their durability will depend on the material they are made of and the care provided. Porcelain veneers with proper care can last from 10 to 12 years, while zirconia veneers with adequate care can last between 10 to 30 years.

2.     How long is the process of getting veneers?

Getting veneers usually takes two visits to the dentist. During the first visit, your tooth is prepared, and a mold of the tooth is taken so the veneer can be made. In the next visit, the veneer will be placed. After some adjustments, the tooth will be cleaned, and the dental professional will bond the veneer to it.

3.     Are cleanings painful?

This procedure may be uncomfortable. Upon the patient's request, the dentists can apply anesthesia.

4.     Is teeth whitening safe?

When done by professionals, this procedure is completely safe. It is important to know that if this procedure is overdone, it can be harmful to your teeth enamel.

5.     Is teeth whitening painful?

Usually, teeth whitening is not painful at all, but sometimes sensitivity can be present during and after the procedure, but it will be temporary.

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Washington, United States

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