When it comes to replacing a full set of teeth, dental implants are the most comfortable and functional of all the tooth-restoration solutions. Full mouth dental implants are strong and secure. Not only will dental implants restore your smile and allow you to eat the foods you love, but you also won’t have to worry about embarrassing denture slippage or major changes to your daily oral health routine. Dental implants look, feel, and function just like natural teeth.
As the most durable and longest lasting dental-restoration solution, dental implants are also typically more expensive. The good news is that if you replace all your teeth with dental implants in Mexico, you can save thousands of dollars compared to what you’d spend in the U.S. Here’s what you need to know about how much it costs to replace all your teeth in Tijuana at BioDental Care.
How much does it cost to replace all your teeth in Mexico?
When it comes to replacing all your teeth, there are several factors that will affect the cost. The exact cost will be different for each person, depending on the following factors:
If you plan to replace all your teeth with dental implants, you may need to have certain procedures done prior to the implant placement. For example, you may need surgical or non-surgical tooth extraction, or you may require a bone graft to ensure that you have sufficient bone density to support the implants. Here’s a general idea of what you can expect to pay for these procedures in the U.S. compared to what you would pay in Mexico.
- CT Scan for planning treatment
- Tooth extraction
- Mexico – $100 to $350
- U.S. – $500
- Bone graft
- Mexico – $350
- U.S. – $500
Each additional procedure will add to your total cost.
Number of implants
Each implant consists of three parts: an implant post, which is surgically inserted into the jaw; an attachment abutment; and a crown. If you are having a full set of teeth replaced, replacing each individual tooth with an implant would add up to an overwhelming amount of surgery, and an expense that would be out-of-reach for most people. It is possible, but not necessary. Today’s dental technology enables the dentist to replace a full arch of teeth with 4, 6, or 8 implants and a set of permanent or removable dentures. The All-on-4® and The All-on-6® dental procedures can save you recovery time and money. The cost of implants in Mexico vs. the U.S. are:
- Single implant (per tooth, including crown)
- Mexico – $1650
- U.S. – $4000
- Single arch (All-on-4 implants)
- Mexico – $8,000
- U.S. – $17,000
- Single arch (All-on-6 implants)
- Mexico – $11,000
- U.S. – $30,000
Whether your dentist feels that 4 or 6 implants is the best choice for providing you with a strong, stable base will affect the cost of replacing all your teeth.
Depending on your unique situation, other factors may affect the cost of your full-mouth implant. These may include further imaging and scans, anesthesia, the specific dental implant materials, the experience of your dentist, and the location of the dental practice. No matter the details of your treatment plan for replacing all your teeth, you’ll save 50% or more by having the work done in Mexico. And at BioDental Care, you know you’re getting the highest quality dental treatment available on either side of the border.
Every patient is unique and every treatment plan is customized at BioDental Care
While the above numbers can give you a general idea of how much it costs to replace all your teeth in Mexico, you’ll need to come in for a consultation before we can tell you what your treatment will cost. At BioDental Care, every patient is unique, and every treatment plan is customized to the individual. Our consultations are free, and we’re right across the U.S. border, minutes from downtown San Diego. Give us a call at (619) 754-8508 to schedule your consultation today.