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Dental Implants in Mexico

How is the procedure of dental implants in Mexico?

Dental implants in Mexico are the best solution to replace missing teeth for a reasonable price.
The dental implant treatment usually requires at least 2 visits separated by several weeks. It works with a principle called osseointegration, which refers to the natural fusion of the dental implant with the jawbone.
It’s because of osseointegration that the dental implant receives the same stability and strength as a natural tooth. To receive a dental implant procedure it is necessary to take several steps to prepare for them

These may include a complete evaluation, x-rays, medical history evaluation,  cessation, or change of medication you are taking for other reasons, and cessation of smoking for a specified time.

After qualifying for the procedure, a treatment plan is discussed and a date is set for the first surgery.

On that day, the dental surgeon will remove the remains of the damaged tooth, then insert the dental implant and close the wound.

After the initial surgery, the patient will come back for a second surgery to have an abutment inserted on top of the implant.

The second surgery takes place when the dental implant has successfully osseointegrated with the jawbone, a process that usually takes from 3 to 6 months.

The final step of the dental implant process involves inserting a crown or another type of artificial implant on the abutment.

In a few cases, the jaw bone might not have enough bone to support the implant, and additional bone grafting procedures will be required.

After the procedure is finished, a dental implant will have the same strength and stability as a natural tooth. It will also look and feel like a natural tooth. 

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Similar to a regular dental bridge but supported by dental implants instead of natural teeth.

In most cases, when an implant-supported bridge is applied, one implant is placed in the jawbone for each missing tooth.

Then, the crowns are connected to form one piece.

Implants Supported Dentures

Implant dentures are recommended for those who have enough bone in the jaw to support implants. 

An implant-supported denture can be placed in either the upper or lower jaw. The denture has special attachments that snap onto the implants.

Implants are usually placed in the front of the jaw because there is usually more bone in this area than in the back.

Also, the front jaw doesn't have many nerves or bone structures that could interfere with the placement of implants.

Some people prefer this procedure because it is a more permanent solution. 

Sani Dental Group is one of the most prestigious clinics in Mexico, recognized for its excellence in the area of dental implants in Los Algodones and dental implants in Cancun. 

See what our patients shared about their experience with dental implants in Mexico reviews and discover how affordable and reliable a Sani Smile can be.


FAQ Dental Implants

1.     Does getting dental implants hurt?

During the procedure, anesthesia will be used so you will not feel any pain. Although there may be some minor discomfort.

2.     How do I take care of my new dental implants?

You should take care of your implants just like you do with your real teeth. Taking care of your oral hygiene to prevent bacteria from building up near your gums and gum disease. Don’t forget about visiting the dentist regularly.

3.     Can my body reject a dental implant?

This can happen, but it is extremely rare. The only reason this might happen is if you have a titanium allergy.

4.     Are dental implants a better option than removable dentures?

There are many benefits that dental implants have over removable dentures; implants feel, look, and function like natural teeth. They also have more stability, and because of this, they also help to prevent bone loss.

They're fixed to the jawbone, so you don’t have to worry about them falling out, and they’re easier to take care of.

Your dentist will guide you to see what the best option for you is.

5.     Can I have dental implants if I have gum disease?

No, your gums need to be healthy and strong to be able to go through the procedure.

6.     How many trips do I have to make to complete my implants treatment?

The dental implant treatment usually requires at least 2 visits separated by several weeks.

Elizabeth Szakall

Missouri, United States

Came back from my crowns, last May I got 5 implants and multiple extractions. Great work and attention from the staff.

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