Costs may vary during the High Season.
Two Four-Day Trips are required.
A 70% Installment is required during your first four-day visit. The remaining balance is paid on your second four-day visit 4-5 months later. If you have periodontal disease, 3 trips may be required.
We do not process or accept direct credit card payments.
We do not process or accept direct credit card payments. You can use VENMO to send money with your Credit Card.
Dr. Jose Moguel provides third-party financing options for patients that reside in the United States and that who’s credit rating will qualify.
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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