Dental Implants in Mexicali

The Ultimate Guide to Dental Implants in Mexicali

Last fact-checked: 5 February 2020

Discover how to get implants for up to 75% less than your own dentist charges. With Dental Departures, you can find and book dental implants in Mexicali with one of our quality-checked dentists - and be guaranteed the best prices available.

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Lured by substantial savings on expensive procedures such as dental implants, Mexicali is a popular medical and dental tourism destination, catering for a huge influx of patients from North America. This up-and-coming city is already an established business center, and its hospitality and modern facilities keep visitors coming back to enjoy its varied amenities.

Mexicali has plenty of distractions to keep its visitors occupied. Extensive shopping with malls, department stores and boutiques are found throughout the city. Its restaurants are plentiful and varied with a diverse international cuisine.

Mexicali is also home to the oldest Chinese community in Mexico, La Chinesca, which houses an abundance of Chinese (or more specifically Cantonese) restaurants. High-end hotels, bars and pulsating clubs present endless options for night-owls, while in the daytime more sedate interests such as freshwater fishing and golf can be pursued. You will also discover nearby areas of interest, such as the appealing town of San Felipe and the Guadalupe Canyon.

Why Have Dental Implants in Mexicali?

Dental implants are one of the most expensive dental procedures, and patients may be justifiably cautious about having implants abroad. At Dental Departures we aim to take the mystery and guesswork out of finding a suitably qualified dentist by ensuring we rigorously background check all our dentists before we list them. That way, you can be sure that when you search our site for a Mexicali dentist specializing in implants you will be presented with experienced, quality-checked dentists.

Dental implants are usually carried out in two stages, so for patients along the California or Arizona borders, Mexicali is convenient for return dental work. Furthermore, if you need to attend for multiple visits, the cost savings are significant, particularly if multiple implants are required.

How Long Do Dental Implants Take in Mexicali?

There are usually two parts in a dental implant (the implant, and the abutment and crown), the insertion of which is carried out in two stages. The first stage involves the placing of the implant in the jaw bone. This is usually carried out in one day.

The second stage takes place three-to-six months after the implant insertion. By this time the implant should be firmly embedded in the bone and all the necessary healing processes complete. Your dentist will then insert the abutment into the implant which attaches to the crown or false tooth to complete the implant.

How Much Can  I Save on Implants in Mexicali Compared to the United States or Canada?

Dental implants with abutment and standard crown in the United States cost around $3,900. In Mexicali, dental implants start at $950.

Mexicali offers patients an affordable and permanent way of replacing missing teeth - while being an easily accessible destination for US and Canadians to travel to.

What's Next?

You can find your dentist on our website and book directly online, or give us a call using our free phone number. You can also talk to us via our online chat, or send us an e-mail. Book with us for a quality-checked dentist for your dental implants in Mexicali, and get your smile looking back to its best again.

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Sources:

Burhenne, Mark. Your First Dental Implant Procedure: What to Expect. https://askthedentist.com/dental-implants/. Ask the Dentist. 27 June 2018.

Krans, Brian. What is a Bone Graft? https://www.healthline.com/health/bone-graft. Healthline. 6 November 2018.

Gum Health for a Better Life. http://www.bsperio.org.uk/periodontal-disease/index.html. British Society of Periodontology. Website Accessed 23 November 2018.