Table of Contents
- 1 All On 4 Dental Implants in Mexico
- 1.1 The All On 4Dental Implants
- 1.2 The All On 4 Dental Implants in Mexico
- 1.3 Get a Quote Today!
- 1.4 Our Process for the All On 4
- 1.5 Before & After
- 1.6 All On 4 Mexico
- 1.7 All On 4 Cost
All On 4 Dental Implants in Mexico
The All On 4 Dental Implants in Mexico treatment is a cost-effective teeth restoration option for those who suffer from extensive tooth damage, decay, or severe gum disease may consider the all on four treatment to improve their appearance.
Our All On 4 Dental Implants treatment is performed in Los Algodones, Baja California, Mexico by Dr. Jose Moguel in under 5 hours utilizing state-of-the-art equipment, following stringent sterilization, and sanitation standards.
You can choose a single or dual arch treatment with either Porcelain (more affordable) or Zirconia bridges (highest quality).
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All On Four in Mexico
The All On 4Dental Implants
The term All on 4 Dental Implants treatment in Mexico refers to “12” (one arch) teeth being supported “on four” titanium dental implant posts.
A surgical and technique odontology procedure for total rehabilitation of the toothless patient or for patients with badly diminished teeth or decayed teeth.
The All-on-4 treatment consists of the replacement of missing teeth, that has permanent, screw-retained (porcelain) or screw-in(zirconia), dental bridges to achieve partial or full mouth restoration. Before a patient is able to undergo surgery for All On 4 Dental Implants in Mexico, there must be a high level of bone density to properly hold the implants.
The All On 4 Dental Implants in Mexico
The All-on-4 dental implants treatment concept owes its name to the very nature of the procedure, which consists of applying a dental prosthesis (either snap-on or fixed) with a minimum of twelve teeth fixed on either the upper or lower arch (or both), based only on four titanium implants.
All On 4 Dental Implants Cost in Mexico
Mexico has become known for dental tourism for this reason as a provider of All on 4 Dental Implants cost Mexico that is far less than in the United States. We are located in Los Algodones, Baja California, Mexico, and is easy to travel to and the cost of food and lodging is inexpensive once patients arrive here.
The cost of All On 4 in Mexico equates to about 75% less than what patients pay in the United States. This fee covers the cost of tooth extraction, implants, temporary denture, sinus lift, bone graft, and temporary dentures and permanent bridges.
Benefits of the All On 4
- Improved health and absence of infections
- Immediate improvement in appearance
- Whiter teeth with custom color options
- An unaffected jawbone and jawline
- Ability to eat any food
- Maintain speech and word distinction
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Our Process for the All On 4
Porcelain or Zirconia Bridges
When only one tooth is missing, it is fairly simple to surgically implant one post and later attach a single crown; however, when multiple teeth are missing, it is cost-prohibitive and too time-consuming to surgically implant multiple teeth.
To avoid potential damage to the surrounding tissue and ensure implant posts are placed in areas where they will be the most secure and stable in the bone, a full-mouth scan is necessary.
All On Four Dental Implants use four implant posts surgically inserted into the jaw bone. All on Four Dental Implants can hold a full bridge of 12 teeth on four implanted posts. Temporary prosthetic teeth (dentures) are provided so that the patient is able to eat during the healing process.
As with standard dental implants, after about four to five months and proper healing of the implant and the bone area where the dental posts were placed, bridge-like teeth are attached to the posts to provide a permanently-placed denture.
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All On 4 Cost
How Much Does The All On 4 Cost in Mexico
Two Five-Day Trips are required.
A security deposit of $500 is required to lock in your price and secure your appointment. A 50% to 70% Installment is required during your first five-day visit. The remaining balance is paid on your second four-day visit 3-4 months later. If you have periodontal disease, 3 trips may be required.
Screw-Retained Zirconia Vs Porcelain Bridges
We do not process or accept direct credit card payments. You can use VENMO to send money with your Credit Card.
There is a risk that All-on-4 dental implants can fail. This happens in about 5 percent of patients. It occurs when the implants do not fuse with the bone, primarily due to patients not waiting the required healing time, poor hygiene, or drinking alcohol. Most of the time, this can be resolved with a new implant.
Reducing this risk is hard to do since the dentist, and researchers don’t always know why one implant fails, and others do not. However, if the patient follows all care instructions before and after the dental implants procedure, it’s less likely to occur. This means maintaining good oral hygiene, eating soft foods, and avoiding smoking.
The Risk of Infection
Any type of surgery carries a risk of infection. Good dentists do everything necessary to minimize this risk. However, infections do occur for various reasons. One of the most common results is the existence of peri-implantitis, a type of infection.
Knowing the signs, like the following, is a good way to get the help you need:
- The dental implants are loose or wobbly
- Bad breath
- A bad taste in the mouth
- Gums that are puffy, red, and inflamed around the dental implants
- Pus exists in the gums
- Excessive bleeding while brushing
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