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Dental Implants in Mexico

Tooth loss is a problem that many people face today; this can be caused by many factors such as tooth decay, gum disease, injuries, and age.

From the patient's physical health to their social life, losing teeth can negatively impact their quality of life.

Some issues caused by tooth loss are:

  • Jawbone Deterioration
  • Shifting of surrounding teeth
  • Negative effects on self-confidence
  • Difficulty chewing
  • An increased risk of cavities, and other dental problems

Benefits of Dental Implants

Dental implants in Mexico are the best solution to replace one or more missing teeth for a reasonable price. Dental implant treatment offers a wide range of benefits such as:

  • Regain functionality
  • Provides a beautiful, natural appearance
  • Restores chewing ability
  • Prevents bone loss

What are dental implants?

Dental implants are little screws made of titanium, or other materials like ceramic, that are surgically fixed to the jaw where the missing tooth’s roots were.

In this procedure, bone grows around the implant, holding it firmly in place due to a process called osseointegration.

Dental Implant Process Step by Step

Dental implant treatment is done in different stages over the course of a few months. As with any complex procedure, you will start the process by determining, along with your dentist, if you qualify for it.

Initial Examination

As part of this initial stage, you may undergo a comprehensive evaluation, x-rays, and a medical history evaluation quit or change your medication, and temporarily quit certain habits such as smoking.

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

Implant Surgery

On the day of surgery, you will be given anesthesia to numb your mouth so you won’t feel any pain during the procedure. Then, the dental surgeon will start by making an incision in the gums to have access to the jawbone and place the implants.

After the implants are placed, you'll have to go through a healing period and osseointegration will start to take place; during this process, new bone will grow around the implants and it takes from 2 to 6 months to complete.

Placing the abutment

When the implants have successfully osseointegrated with the jawbone, the next step is to insert an abutment on top of the implant; this abutment will work as mounting posts for the teeth prosthesis.

You will have to wait a few weeks for your gums to heal after the abutment placement.

Placing the final restoration

The final step of the dental implants Mexico process involves inserting a crown on the abutment.

Additional procedures
There are cases where patients might not have enough jawbone to support the implant, in cases like this, additional procedures like bone grafting might be necessary.

Implant-Supported Treatments

Implant-Supported Bridge:

This type of bridge is similar to the regular dental bridge but is supported by implants instead of natural teeth.

In the case of an implant-supported bridge, healthy teeth do not have to be reshaped, since the bridge is anchored by dental implants.

When one or more teeth are missing in a row, this type of restoration may be an excellent option.

Implant-Supported Dentures:

Implant-supported dentures may be recommended to people who are missing most of their teeth and have enough jawbone to support dental implants.

This type of denture, in contrast to a traditional denture, has special attachments that snap onto the implants.

It is possible to have removable implant-supported dentures so that patients can remove them on their own, or fixed, which can only be removed by a dentist.

Implant-supported dentures can be placed in either the upper or lower jaw and are usually placed in the front of the jaw as this area has more bone.

This teeth replacement method offers great stability and can last longer than traditional dentures.

Cost of Dental Implants in Mexico

The cost of the dental implant treatment will depend not only on the type of implant the patient will be getting but also on how complex the procedure will be.

While this treatment can be very expensive in the United States, as a single implant can be over 2,000 USD, the price of dental implants in Mexico can be more affordable.

Learn more about the cost of dental implants available at Sani Dental Group.

Additionally, we offer dental financing options, making paying for your dental care convenient and easy; all of our treatments come with up to a 5-year warranty.

Dental Implants 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.

Sani Dental Group is known to be the #1 clinic for dental implants in Mexico; we’ve got the best team of specialists and the best technology for this teeth replacement procedure.

Several types of implants are available for patients, ranging from low-cost to more expensive brands to suit every budget and need.

Schedule your appointment for dental implants at any of our clinics today! You can contact us at (928) 257-1307 or book your visit online.

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 implant 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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