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Find Cost Options for all Different Dental Implants Available in Mexico

For Simple Implant Cases the Price can be very Easy to Calculate for Complex Dental Implant Cases where you might need Bone Grafting or Zygomatic Implants or more extensive work price can vary but we can give you a close estimate prior to coming to Cancun.

Prices Also Differ From Different Dental Implatnts We Provide, We Want Your Dental Vacation To Cancun For Dental Implants To Be A Wonderful Expirience, Please Browse Thru Our Webapge To Find Out Exact Cost Of The Dental Implant Procedure You Might Be interested In. Cancun Dental Specialists we work only with the leading global brands of dental implants, like Nobel Biocare, Straumann, Bicon.

Keep Reading To Find Exact Costs And Prices Of The Dental Implant Treatment You Might Be Interested In.

Cost of Dental Implants in Mexico

At Cancun Dental Specialists, we have a wide variety of Dental Implants Options, according to your budget, preferences, medical conditions, doctor’s opinion, bone quality, infections, and treatment lengths

Nobel Biocare Dental Implant $900 USD

$900 USD per Single Implant

Straumann Dental Implant $1,100 USD

$1,100 USD per Implant

Zirconia Implant $1,950 USD

$1,950 USD per Implant

Mini Dental Implant $450 USD

$450 USD per Implant

Short Dental Implant $1,200 USD

$1,200 USD per Implant

Zygomatic Dental Implant $2,500 USD

$2,500 USD per Implant

Patient getting Dental Implants

Dental Implants Before and Afters in Mexico

Complex Dental Implant Cases, Before and After Treatments

Before and After Dental Implant patient 1

Why We Are The #1 Dental Implants Clinic in Cancun Mexico

CLINICAL BENEFITS
  • Experience, expertise and innovation (more than 10,000 treatments).

  • U.S. licensed dentist and specialists in each area of dentistry.

  • Zirconia Implant Bridge – Prettau full arch best restoration available.

  • Largest equipped clinic in Mexico.

  • Protocols and streamlined processes for successful treatment in short time frames.

  • Solutions for all budgets and cases.

  • Written guarantee and warranty for patients.

  • Proven success rates in excess of 93% – Full Mouth implant treatments.

ECONOMIC BENEFITS

We do not charge 3D CBCT X-Rays, Periapical X-Rays, intra-oral scanning, surgical guides, models, medications and even transportation from the airport, and to your hotel and appointments in Cancun. We offer you state-of-the-art facility with specific technologies to do these treatments accurately in short time frames.

DENTIST QUALIFICATIONS
Dentist quialifications

D.D.S. M.S. A.E.G.D. Irma Gavaldon is a graduated from two of the top Dental Schools in North America: UNAM (Mexico’s most recognized college), and the University of Michigan, where she received her A.E.G.D. (Advanced Educat in General Dentistry) in a two-year program, plus her Master’s Degree in Restorative Dentistry.

EQUIPMENT & TECHNOLOGY

To diagnose, plan and execute your dental implants treatment accurately and in shorter times, our dental clinic has the following equipment: 3D CBCT Extra-oral panoramic X-Ray machine (a Carestream CS 9200 3D Machine), Intra-oral scanners, NAVIDENT, surgical guides, and our own full-equipped CAD/CAM laboratory.

QUALITY MATERIAL
Nobel Biocare Implants

While most clinics abroad offer inexpensive dental implant brands, we only work with leading global brands like Nobel Biocare, Straumann, Bicon.

We are also the only clinic able to mill in-house titanium superstructures for porcelain layering, and even zirconia superstructures for implant retained restorations.

Cost of Dental Implants in Mexico

The cost of Dental Implants in Mexico is the same for everyone, but there might be small price variation depending on the type of extractions, bone loss, infections, medical history, and restoration options.

We have different dental implants procedures that might increase or decrease the cost of your dental implants treatment. To get accurate pricing for your dental implants, please contact one of our patient coordinators, they can give you an estimate before your dental vacation, but that is just a guide. No treatment plan can be accurate until you have spoken to one of our doctors and had a full evaluation. We are very transparent with our pricing and understand that people are coming this far to save money and receive quality treatment.

Single Front Tooth Implant
$1,600USD per tooth
  • Surgical Phase
  • Single placement of Titanium Implant
    $900 USD
  • Restorative Phase
  • Zirconia Crown
    $450 USD
  • Zirconia Abutment
    $250 USD
Single Molar Implant
$1,500USD per tooth
  • Surgical Phase
  • Single placement of Titanium Implant
    $900 USD
  • Restorative Phase
  • Zirconia Crown
    $450 USD
  • Titanium Abutment
    $150 USD
3-unit Bridge
$3,450USD per bridge
  • Surgical Phase
  • Placement of 2 Dental Implants
    $1,800 USD
  • Restorative Phase
  • 3-unit Zirconia Bridge
    $1,350 USD
  • 2 Titanium Abutments
    $300 USD
4-unit Bridge
$3,900USD per bridge
  • Surgical Phase
  • Placement of 2 Dental Implants
    $1,800 USD
  • Restorative Phase
  • 4-unit Zirconia Bridge
    $1,800 USD
  • 2 Titanium Abutments
    $300 USD
5-unit Bridge
$5,400USD per bridge
  • Surgical Phase
  • Placement of 3 Dental Implants
    $2,700 USD
  • Restorative Phase
  • 5-unit Zirconia Bridge
    $2,250 USD
  • 3 Titanium Abutments
    $450 USD
Short Dental Implants
$1,900USD per tooth
  • Surgical Phase
  • Placement of Bicon Dental Implant
    $1,200 USD
  • Restorative Phase
  • Zirconia Crown
    $450 USD
  • Abutment
    $250 USD
6 Mini Implants Snap on Dentures
$5,000USD per arch (Both Trips All Inclusive)
  • Surgical Phase
  • Simple Extraction
    $60 USD
  • Surgical placement of Mini Implant
    $450 USD
  • Housing O-Rings
    $250 USD
  • I.V. Sedation
    $500 USD
  • Snap on Dentures
    $1,500 USD
All on 4 with 2 Zygomatic Implants + 2 Regular Implants
$14,000USD per arch (Average Both Trips)
  • Surgical Phase
  • 2 Zygomatic Implants $5,000 USD + 2 Regular Implants $1,800 USD
  • Anesthesionlogist conscious IV sedation
    $500 USD
  • Hospital fees (includes 1 day stay)
    $1,500 USD
  • Temporary Denture
    $580 USD
  • Restorative Phase
  • Permanent Denture
All on 4 with 4 Zygomatic Implants
$18,000USD per arch (Average Both Trips)
  • Surgical Phase
  • 4 Zygomatic Implant
    $10,000 USD
  • Anesthesionlogist conscious IV sedation
    $500 USD
  • Hospital fees (includes 1 day stay)
    $1,500 USD
  • Temporary Denture
    $580 USD
  • Restorative Phase
  • Permanent Denture
Bone Grafting
$500USD average per patient
  • Ridge Preservation
  • 3 to 8 Teeth cc average cost
    $300 – 900 USD
  • Block Graft
  • Small defect to large defect multiple areas block
    $600 – $3,000 USD
  • Ridge Augmentation
  • Small defect to large defect ridge augmentation
    $600 – $2,000 USD
All on 4 Dental Implants
$11,000USD per arch (Average Both Trips)
  • Surgical Phase
  • Simple extraction
    $60 USD
  • Bone Graft cc
    $200 USD
  • Placement of 4 Dental Implants
    $3,600 USD
  • Temporary prosthesis
    $580 USD
  • I.V. sedation
    $500 USD
  • Restorative Phase
  • Fixed Hybrid Denture
    $5,400 USD
  • Zirconia Superstructure
    $6,400 USD
All on 6 Dental Implants
$12,500USD per arch (Average Both Trips)
  • Surgical Phase
  • Simple Extraction
    $60 USD
  • Bone Graft cc
    $200 USD
  • Placement of 6 Dental Implants
    $5,400 USD
  • Temporary Prosthesis
    $580 USD
  • I.V. sedation
    $500 USD
  • Restorative Phase
  • Fixed Hybrid Denture
    $5,400 USD
  • Zirconia Superstructure
    $6,400 USD
Snap on Dentures retained 2 Implants
$3,680USD per arch (Average Both Trips)
  • Surgical Phase
  • Placement of 2 dental Implants
    $1,800 USD
  • Temporary Denture
    $380 USD
  • Restorative Phase
  • 2 Ball Abutments
    Included
  • 2 Housing O-Rings
    Included
  • Snap on Dentures
    $1,500 USD
Snap on Dentures retained 4 Implants
$6,760USD per denture
  • Surgical Phase
  • Placement of 4 Dental Implants
    $3,600 USD
  • Temporary Prosthesis
    $580 USD
  • Restorative Phase
  • 4 Ball Abutments
    $1,000 USD
  • 4 Housing O-Rings
    $1,000 USD
  • Snap on Dentures
    $580 USD

Possible Additional Costs

As a result of a dental valorization some additional treatment procedures can happen

How To Get Dental Implants In Mexico

Surgical phase step by step

step 01
step 01

Step 1
Consultation with our dental specialists

Oral and systemic health assessment • Facial esthetic evaluation • X-Rays, Panoramic, 3D CBCT Scan (full in-house equipment) • Wax-up (important for an aesthetic outcome for your implant treatment) • Informed consent • Treatment options (restoration materials, implants) • Treatment alternatives

step 02
step 02

Step 2
Preoperative planning for the best outcome

Our specialists always plan these cases with the most advanced implant planning software • Instruction and motivation on maintaining a proper oral hygiene (antibacterial mouthwash, such as Chlorhexidine 0.12% is recommended) • Record of maxillomandibular relations and occlusion • Impression used for fabricating the provisional prosthesis • Surgical guide 3-D printed in-office • Medication (antibiotics and sometimes sedatives)

step 03
step 03

Step 3
Anesthesia Options – No pain dentistry

Local anesthesia is always required (at no cost) • We recommend conscious sedation for these procedures (certified anesthesiologist $500 USD) • Pill Sedation (at no cost) • Choose what option is best for you

step 04
step 04

Step 4
Preprosthetic surgery

Teeth extraction, Aveloplasty (bone leveling removal of infected tissue) • Alveolectomy (when ridge crest is displayed during smiling) • Bone grafting procedures

step 05
step 05

Step 5
Implant placement

Implant number, position and design (diameter, length) • Usually, first the mesial implants are placed and last the distal implants • All on 4, All on 5, All on 6, All on 8 • Exposure of implant site – flap or flapless technique

step 06
step 06

Step 6
Additional surgical procedures

Bone grafting (socket grafting, with autograft and synthetic alternatives, with or without membrane) • Suture

step 07
step 07

Step 7
Interim prosthesis

Abutments selection (angulation) • Impression and record of maxillomandibular relationship • Design – dental arch length (number of teeth, usually 12 per arch) • Materials – acrylic or PMMA

step 08
step 08

Step 8
Postoperative instructions

Radiological exam • Instructions for oral hygiene, diet (soft diet, for at least 10 weeks) and medication (antibiotics, analgesic drugs) • Informing about the need to make an appointment if bleeding, pain, implant mobility, detachment or damage of the prosthesis occur • Establishing the next appointment

step 09
step 09

Step 9
Definitive prosthesis

Design – dental arch length (number of teeth, usage of cantilever extremities) occlusion scheme, fixation type as occlusal screw-retained • Materials

step 10
step 10

Step 10
Maintenance

Regular check-ups • Addressing complications

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Patient Must Book Vacation Before End Of 2020

surgical guide for dental implant placement

Surgical Guide

Precise Placement of Dental Implants

For Implant procedures its very important that the foundation is set correctly. We are the only clinic in Cancun that has made the investment for our patients of offering Surgical Guides which is New State-of-the-Art Technology that provides patients a minimal invasive surgery and quicker healing time.

placement of dental implant with surgical guide

Dental Implants Pre-Op Instructions
before coming to Cancun

Don’t Smoke
Don’t Drink
Prepare the list of medications
Take a look of your fridge
Discontinue two weeks before until two weeks after surgery history
Start two weks bofore till two weeks after surgery procedure
Get rest and appropiate nutrition
Keep filled your prescriptions
Don’t Smoke

history Before surgery (three weeks)

Smoking and dental implants don’t go together. Smoking Is The Main Factor For Dental Implant Failure? We know smoking can be difficult to quit but we insist that patients stop smoking at least three weeks before their dental implants. On unusual occasions we would ask you to stop smoking sooner, because it can interfere with your recovery, by reducing blood flow, which may prevent the incision from healing. We Highly Recommend You Quit Smoking Once You Commit To Your Dental Treatment

Don’t Drink

history Before surgery (three weeks)

We know you will be on vacation and the all-inclusive bar might be tempting. You must stay away from any alcoholic beverage for a minimum of five days before your procedure. Alcohol causes increased bleeding, and the chances of infection, as well as depress immune functions and might interfere with wound recovery.

Prepare the list of medications

history 3 weeks before surgery

Over-the-counter and prescribed

Please check with your physician about suspending any medication prior to arrival. We Have No Knowledge Of Your Medical History Prior To Your Arrival To Cancun It Is Very Important You Contact Once Of Our Dental Coordinator And Let Them Know What Medicines You Are Taking. Sometimes We Will Ask For A Letter From Your Physician To Suspend Certain Medication During Procedures Or Healing Process

Take a look of your fridge

history Before surgery (three weeks)

It is essential that you maintain a healthy food plan. You will be on a soft mechanical diet or modified and adapted to your surgery, so you must follow these instructions. Get protein supplements like Ensure or Boost, as well as soft foods like well-cooked pastas, yogurt, eggs, broths and soup. We will provide you with a list of dietary suggestions in your post-op packet as well.

Discontinue two weeks before until two weeks after surgery history

history Before surgery (two weeks)

  • You must consult with your physician before discontinuing any medication.
  • All anti-inflammatory drugs for arthritis (remember to consult your physician).
  • Any kind of anti-coagulants.
  • Vitamin E took internally.
  • If you have any doubt about these medications, please contact us

IMPORTANT! These medications may cause excessive bleeding.

Start two weks bofore till two weeks after surgery procedure

history Before surgery (two weeks)

During this period, we recommend you to take:

  • A multivitamin tablet – daily (most multivitamins contain some form of vitamin E, however this is suitable to take before surgery. We will ask to avoid taking any extra vitamin E).
  • Vitamin A – twice a day: 8,000 to 10,000 units (this has well-documented beneficial effects on surgical healing and also will help your immune system).
  • Vitamin C – two times a day: 1,000 mg (after your surgical procedure your need for vitamin C will increase, and it is important for collagen synthesis, that helps to wound recover).
  • Pineapple enzyme – twice a day (you find it on health food stores and it is a great help to relieve the swelling related to a surgical dental procedure. This anti-inflammatory promotes healing).
Get rest and appropiate nutrition

history Before surgery: One week, until two weeks after surgery

You must eat:

  • On each meal: a small amount of protein.
  • Daily: three green vegetables and two fruits (according to diet instructions).
  • Frequently: healthy meals.

IMPORTANT! Your food plan can useful resource healing remarkably and decrease swelling and pain.

Keep filled your prescriptions

history Before surgery: One week

  • You may begin taking a topical anti-inflammatory every eight hours as directed and continue for 10 days.
  • Every 12 hours between meals, take pineapple enzyme as directed (it is an anti-inflammatory and helps to heal). Fresh pineapple is a good alternative.

Post Dental Implant Surgery
Instructions

Your oral hygiene
About Bleeding
Swelling
In case of pain
Your diet
Activity
Food suggestions for first 6 weeks
Additional Information
Your oral hygiene

Standards of good oral hygiene are critical for the success and functionality of the implants and restoration. The best way to prevent infection and ensure healing is to keep your mouth clean. Clean your mouth thoroughly after each meal beginning the day after surgery. Use a soft bristle toothbrush and toothpaste after meals and at bedtime. The use of a dental Waterpik is highly recommended to irrigate underneath the denture to flush out debris.

About Bleeding

After a dental implant surgery is normally pink or blood-tinged saliva for two or three days and does not indicate any problem, even minimal bleeding is expected. In this case, the best way to stop it, is by placing a damp piece of gauze and softly bite for 30 minutes while rest keeping your head elevated. In case the bleeding continues, repeat the gauze step for an additional 30 minutes. The suture material may last from two to three weeks, and you should not pull or cut the sutures by yourself.

Swelling

After any surgery, swelling is a normal reaction of the body and the first step to healing. In the beginning, swelling will not become visible until 24 hours after your dental implant surgery, and couldn’t reach its peak for two or three days. After this period, the swelling decreases but may persist from seven to 10 days. You can minimize swelling applying immediate ice packs to the outside of the face for 20 minutes on, and then 20 minutes off while awake for the first 24 hours.

In case of pain

First of all, remember that all medications must be prescribed and should not exceed the recommended dosage. Because most oral surgery is followed by some amount of discomfort, the surgeon may suggest taking any anti-inflammatory, non-steroidal medication (only if YOU ARE NOT ALLERGIC to it), before to the local anesthetic wearing off.  In case of intense pain, you should require calm pain medication under prescription, which will cause you to feel drowsy, so you shall not operate any mechanical machinery or drive while taking the prescription. About the post-operative antibiotics, they must be taken as directed and the entire course of the prescription. For the first weeks after your dental implant surgery, you could also be prescribed an antibacterial mouth rinse and must be used two times a day.

Your diet

We suggest to start with liquids, after a general anesthetic or conscious IV sedation, and must avoid hot meals or hot liquids while numb. The limited food intake that is required for the first days could be compensated by increasing the fluid intake, with high protein shakes to replace meal supplements. For the first six weeks you must follow a soft chew diet, so if you cannot cut easily any food, please avoid eating it.

Activity

history 48 hours after your dental implant surgery

For the first 48 hours after your dental implant surgery, you must rest and relax without any physical activity. After these 48 hours, you should resume activity as tolerated.

Food suggestions for first 6 weeks

Eat:

  • Gelatin
  • Yogurt
  • Pudding
  • Cream of wheat / Oatmeal
  • Mashed potatoes
  • Soups 
  • Ice cream
  • Cottage cheese
  • Applesauce
  • Scrambled eggs
  • Fish
  • Pasta (well-cooked)
  • Pancakes

Drink:

  • Water
  • Popsicles
  • Protein shakes / Smoothies
  • Juice
  • Milkshakes
Additional Information

When numbness is gone you can increase diet as tolerated by adding soft food

  • Try to keep your lips moist with special ointments (such as Vaseline) to avoid the corners of your mouth dry and crack.
  • Sore throats and pain when swallowing are not uncommon. The muscles get swollen and the normal act of swallowing can become painful. This will subside in 2 to 3 days.
  • Stiffness of the jaw muscles may cause difficulty in opening your mouth for a few days. Do not force your mouth open. Massage the muscles and apply moist heat.
  • With upper jaw implant treatment, you may develop bleeding from the nose. This is usually a temporary finding and will not persist past 2 to 3 days. Avoid blowing your nose for several days.
  • An appointment with your general dentist may be needed within a few days of surgery to make any adjustments to your temporary denture.
  • Your case is individual as no two mouths are alike. Discuss all questions or concerns with your oral surgeon or implant coordinator.

Dental Implants Reviews Mexico

Review Of Cancun Dental Implants For Cancun Dental Specialists.

Dental Implants FAQs

Why Dental Implants in Mexico?
Can a dental implant be done sooner?
Can I put implant, abutment and crown at the same time?
Do I have to come back a second time?
Does Dr. Gavaldon do all the work?
What are Dr. Paz’s Credentials?
What guarantee do you have?
What type of implants do you use?
Can you place my dental implants after extracting my teeth?
Can you give me better prices on my dental implants in Cancun?
Why Dental Implants in Mexico?

Because by choosing your dental implants in Mexico, you will enjoy savings up to 70% off than in the U.S.A. and Canada, state-of-the-art facilities, accurate, faster dental treatments by certified specialists and even travel assistance.

Can a dental implant be done sooner?

The actual implant process is done in one day, but we like to have a few extra days so that we can check on your progress before you go home (five to seven days). The more time you can give us the better (for complicated cases including extractions, full mouth cases, or upper and/or lower dentures needed seven days minimum). We like to factor in a small margin of error in case you need your denture adjusted or to fix a loose stitch, whatever the case may be.

We are not the type of clinic to get you in and out of the door as soon as possible, the doctors want to make sure that your healing correctly before you return home.

Can I put implant, abutment and crown at the same time?

This is called “immediate load” and it is possible for people who are candidates. You must have very good bone quality but even then, we cannot tell if you are eligible for an immediate load until the actual surgery.

If it is possible and this is what you want then we will do so, but if the risk of failure is too high we will not risk it. We want the best outcome for your case.

Do I have to come back a second time?

Yes, the implant needs time to integrate with the bone before we can rehabilitate it. This usually takes about 4-6 months.

If you cannot come back what we can do is send you home with the corresponding abutment so you can have it placed at home when you are ready.

Does Dr. Gavaldon do all the work?

Our clinic is a specialty clinic, so you will be dealing with our Maxillofacial surgeon and implant specialist Dr. Javier Paz.

Dr. Gavaldon is our restorative specialist and the one who will be restoring your implants.

Dr. Javier Paz has many years of experience in oral surgeries and has had great results in the time he has been with us.

What are Dr. Paz’s Credentials?

We will send Dr. Paz’s credentials to your Email, so you can verify them. He places implants with us on a weekly basis with great results, if you like we can send you a few references.

What guarantee do you have?

We Guarantee our work for up to 5 years. If there is a problem that arises due to a fault on our end we will replace the implant at no cost.

What type of implants do you use?

We work with Noble Biocare, Straumann, Implant Direct, and MIS. All of these implants are full titanium and are from known and well respected brands. These are the same implants that the U.S and Canadian dentists use, and is not some cheap material.

Can you place my dental implants after extracting my teeth?

Yes,we can place your dental implants after extracting your teeth, but it would depend on your remaining bone structure after extraction. In a lot of cases we will place the bone graft and implant after extracting the tooth.

We would have to see an X-ray to determine this for certain. In these cases, some bone grafting and the membrane is usually required.

Can you give me better prices on my dental implants in Cancun?

We use good quality material on our dental implants, so unlike some other clinics in Cancun, we cannot slash our prices.

We also provide all of your transportation once you arrive in Cancun so that you do not have to spend extra cash on taxis and buses.

Also, keep in mind that our prices are all-inclusive, so we do not charge you for periapical X-Rays, consultation, dental related tests, specialist fees, taxes among others.

Treatment Alternatives

all on 6 / all on 8

All On 6 / All On 8

When we can place more dental implants, All On 6 or All On 8 treatments might be ideal for the patient. If the bone permits two more dental implants, we highly recommend an All On 6 procedure to our patients.

Short Bicon Dental Implants as alternative

Short Bicon Dental Implants

We use the Bicon System of Short Implants in order to take advantage of minimal bone levels and avoid vital structures such as the sinus or mental foramen, which usually require multiple visits.

Zygomatic Dental Implants

Zygomatic Dental Implants

Zygomatic dental implants are implants that are much longer than conventional implants (40 mm – 50 mm), and are placed in the dense Zygoma bone or otherwise known as the cheekbone.

Mini dental implants

Mini Dental Implants

Mini dental implants in Mexico are a great option if you are not candidate for normal implants. It is also a great option for our Snap on Dentures treatment.

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