So you’ve heard of All-on-4 dental implants — replacing an entire row of teeth with just four dental implants. It sounds amazing. You get all your teeth back, and you don’t have to worry about uncomfortable dentures. All of the positives, none of the drawbacks.Right?
Not so fast. All-on-4 dental implants are an amazing procedure, but they’re also very complex. Before you start looking around for the best deal to get in on this revolutionary treatment, ask yourself — do you really know what you’re looking for?
You might’ve heard a bit about All-on-4 from your dentist, but how much information did you actually get? How long did they spend with you? How much detail did they get into?
Lots of people are seeking All-on-4 dental implants, but not all … Read More
Periodontal Disease, also called Periodontitis, is common. But most people don’t know that they have it. The problem is getting answers to your questions.
Have you ever experienced this?…
You have a dental problem. You go to your initial dental consultation with a list of questions. The dentist does the exam, delivers your diagnosis, and asks if you have any questions. You ask the first question from your list, the dentist answers. You ask your second question. This time, the dentist taps you in your arm after he answers, and tells you, “I have to go, but they will give your paperwork at the front desk. It was nice to meet you.” What about my 10 other questions?
For a procedure as complex as periodontal disease, where do you get … Read More
Need to extract all your teeth? Missing teeth on your full upper or lower jaw? This article explains your implant teeth replacement options. We explain the pros and cons of denture implants vs fixed bridge teeth. We help you choose the right false teeth and number of tooth implants based on your budget and unique situation.
My Mom chose the less expensive Denture Implants to my surprise. She had the budget for a full Fixed Bridge, which cost almost twice as much at $11,000.
“Is it the cost?” I asked her at the dental office in Mexico.
At age 68, she had all her loose top teeth extracted. She knew she wanted implant supported dentures, as opposed to conventional removable dentures.
Most people who call us (here at Dayo Dental) … Read More
If you are planning to get dental implants in Mexico, this comprehensive dental tourism guide will help you select the best dentist and ensure successful treatment.
Good Evening Arizona News Video: Arizona resident crossed the border near Yuma to get dental implants in Mexico. She replaced her dentures with dental implants and saved $13,000.
Almost every dental practice in Mexico advertises the full range of dental implant procedures, even the most complex types. In the USA, many dental clinics don’t have the same advertisements; many don’t even offer dental implants. Why?
Implant dentistry varies tremendously in terms of complexity and the required skill level. Every dental surgery is different. A dentist can prepare as much as he wants before the implant surgery, but once he is in surgery, surprises may … Read More
Interested in getting All on 4 dental implants in Mexico? We would like to help.
All on 4 dental implants by Nobel Biocare was a game changer when it came out several years ago. It continues to be an excellent full upper or lower teeth replacement procedure. Since then, other dental implant manufacturers have introduced their own line of implants using the same tilted dental implant technique.
Here at Dayo Dental, we work every day with All on 4 dental patients who go to Mexico to get this same procedure successfully at a much lower cost. You save tremendously.
The typical price for an All on 4 procedure in the US is $25,000 to $30,000 per arch. For the full mouth, you are looking at close to $60,000.
In Mexico, … Read More
Planning for your major oral surgery in Mexico? No one looks forward to oral surgery. But you can make it as convenient as possible. At the least, you can avoid surprises and minimize risks by being prepared.
The last thing you want is your dental surgery postponed – even worse, complications to arise while you are abroad.
Each month, we help dozens of Americans and Canadians travel to Mexico for oral surgery. We are confident that if you follow your doctor’s advice, you will be in good hands at any of Dayo Dental’s partner dentists.
Avoid hassles. Before you go to Mexico, learn how to prepare for oral surgery below.
(Note: These are non-comprehensive and pre-surgery general guidelines. They are not meant to replace the specific instructions provided by … Read More
This guide helps you understand the cost of full mouth dental implants in Mexico and US.
Imagine smiling with friends at your favorite steak joint. With your brand new perfect Hollywood smile, you bite on a medium-well steak with confidence.
Want to get your smile and confidence back? Full mouth dental implants are your best lifelong investment. You deserve it.
But, you don’t have to mortgage your house or dip into your retirement funds. Consider getting your dental implants in Mexico. You can save $5k – $15k. Some patients even save $20k – $50k for full mouth dental implants.
It’s often challenging to understand the cost of full mouth dental implants. Simply put, you would like an idea on the cost before you travel to Mexico. You’ve probably found yourself … Read More
As a dental tourist, you’ll get the biggest savings and value by travelling to Mexico for dental implants. The difference between how much dental implants cost in Mexico vs the US or Canada is in the thousands. With just one single tooth implant, you can justify the short travel to Mexico, especially if you can just drive to the US / Mexico border.
How much are dental implants in Mexico? The average cost of dental implants in Mexico from a good Mexican dentist is $1400 – $1800. That includes all the components of a full tooth replacement – the cost of the titanium post, abutment, and porcelain crown. The corresponding cost of a full tooth replacement in the US is $3500 – $5500. In the Canada, the average cost … Read More
This article discusses recent developments in the use of advanced digital X-ray imagery and CAD/CAM to reduce chair visits to the dentist, improve accuracy and increase predictability of outcomes from oral surgery.Predictability is the Keynote in Oral Surgery!
Many patients seek dental care in Mexico because the advanced restorative dentistry they need – crown-and-bridge work or, more recently, dental implant restorations – is prohibitively expensive at home.
But every patient’s jaw anatomy is different, and many have lost bone since losing teeth. Your implant dentist has to create, using a hand-held drill a hole of exactly the right size and position during your dental implant surgery, using the best diagnostic imaging available. Traditional modes of diagnostic imaging for oral surgery were two-dimensional:
This demanded great skill … Read More
This article explains what dental implants are. It describes the advantages they offer over conventional ways of replacing lost or missing teeth, and discusses how to determine if implant dentistry in Mexico is for you.What are Dental Implants?
Our teeth and gums are amazing structures. They have evolved to chew away at our food for year after year, subjecting them to enormous bite loads, while defending us against infection in one of the body’s most nutrient-rich environments.
There’s bad news, though. Because our teeth are the result of evolution, they are only really ‘designed’ to last us until we naturally stop reproducing – 50 years, tops. And these days we live many decades longer than that. So unless we have been extremely careful with our teeth throughout our lives, … Read More