All On 6 DentalImplants

Dr. Moguel performs first-class, All On 6 dental implants with a lifetime warranty, at his clinic in Los Algodones, Baja California Mexico.  

This treatment is cemented-in.  NOT screw retained.

All on 6 Dental Implants

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All On 6 Benefits

 Restoring speech 


After losing teeth, edentulous patients develop many pronunciation issues that could impact their social life as teeth play an important role in pronouncing a lot of words. Speech functions could be significantly improved while using dental implants to support a fixed permanent restoration.



Eating various types of foods


Using 6 dental implants to support your final prosthesis could increase the masticatory force, thus allowing the patient to eat various types of foods with no limitations or restrictions. So, you can eat whatever you want at any time as chewing foods becomes much easier.





The all-on-6 concept offers a permanent prosthesis that could stay for so long in comparison with the removable dentures that are not supported by dental implants. So, the patient seeking dental implant treatment could maintain a natural smile and proper masticatory functions for years.



No bone loss anymore


Dental implants can help maintain and preserve the remnant of bone in both jaws after teeth loss as the six dental implants can support your bone once they are osseointegrated with the surrounding bone.




No removable dentures anymore


One of the best advantages of dental implants is to support a fixed prosthesis so this could be good for patients who don’t tolerate removable dentures.




Better stability for the final prosthesis


The all-on-6 concept offers better stability over the all-on-4 concept as using two more dental implants enhances the overall stability and stress distribution over the implants. For this reason, many implant dentists prefer using six dental implants, especially if there is sufficient bone in both jaws.



Better oral health 


All patients using dental implants to support their final prosthesis find it possible to use dental floss and maintain good oral hygiene most of the time so they are less liable to develop periodontal diseases that could affect the gum and soft tissue.



No removable dentures anymore


One of the best advantages of dental implants is to support a fixed prosthesis so this could be good for patients who don’t tolerate removable dentures.




All On 6 Dental Implants in Mexico

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All-on-6 is a dental implant procedure to reconstruct a person’s mouth after they have lost a big variety of teeth in one or both jaw. This treatment provides you the choice to exchange all of their teeth with six natural-looking and feeling dental implants.

Your All-On-6 dental implant treatment may need a bone graft, in order that they are the proper resolution for patients that have low bone density or volume in their jaw.

Unlike many other clinics and use synthetic or bone from a corpse, we grind your own natural teeth using a sophisticated in-house process, allowing us to achieve 100% compatibility between your jawbone and your titanium implants, while at the same time aid in accelerating the healing process.

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Dental Implants

The process for our All On Six Dental Implant Treatment can take approximately 2-6 hours.  Some of the inherent benefits of the screw-retained and metal reinforced all on 6 dental implants include: better supported bridges and lifetime guarantee.

With over 2,000 all on 6 dental implant treatments performed at his clinic in Mexico, Dr. Moguel has extensive experience with all types of cases.

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Before & After Photos


With over 35 years of experience, Dr. Moguel and his team of Board Certified dentists developed the only reinforced all on 6 zirconia bridges in Mexico.

Treatment Costs

 All On 6 Cost in Mexico

Two Four-Day Trips are required.

A Retainer fee of $500 is required to lock in your price and secure your appointment. A 70% Installment is required during your first four-day visit.  The remaining balance of 30% is paid on your second four-day visit 4-5 months later minus your retainer fee.

If you have periodontal disease, a total of 3, 4 day trips are required.

All On 6 One Arch (Zirconia) Cemented-in
$11,000 USD
Includes: Limited Warranty, Extractions, Sinus Lift (if required), Bone Graft, Temporary Dentures, Laser Gum Therapy, Ozone Therapy, Airbnb Room for 3 Nights, Special Diet Food (for patient), and Shuttle Service.

All On 6 Both Arches (Zirconia) Cemented-In
$22,000 USD
ALL-INCLUSIVE COST: Airport Pickup/Drop Off, IV Sedation, Platelet Rich Plasma, Extractions, Sinus Lift (if required), Bone Graft, Temporary Dentures, Laser Gum Therapy, Ozone Therapy, Airbnb Room for 4 Nights, Special Diet Food (for patient) with Lifetime Warranty.

No Hidden Fees. No Small Print. 


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Bank Deposit
Deposit must be made at least 72 hours prior to your appointment date.
Bank Wire
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Dr. Jose Moguel provides third-party financing options for patients that reside in the United States and that who’s credit rating will qualify.

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Conditional Lifetime Warranty

Dr Moguel offers a conditional lifetime warranty on the implant posts, and a 10-year warranty on the porcelain or zirconia bridges only when the following conditions apply:

  •  You must not smoke or use any tobacco products at all pre and post-surgery. If you smoke at any point post-surgery, the warranty will be voided.
  • You must physically appear at our clinic at least once a year. If you are unable to do so, you may submit a 3D scan for Dr. Moguel to analyze.

Alcohol Drinkers

  • You not must drink alcohol during your first 10 days post-surgery. Excessive alcohol consumption such as drinking alcohol every day will cause the implants to fail. You may drink a glass or two every two days, but certainly not every day.

Tobacco Users:

Please note that should an implant fail, you will be tested for nicotine use via saliva. You understand that should the nicotine test come out positive, you will be responsible for paying for the treatment separately and the guarantee will be voided.

Implant Failure

There is a risk that 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
  • Fever
  • Excessive bleeding while brushing

You can call our front desk at 1 800 351 4790 Mon – Sat 10am – 8pm, submit our Contact Form

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