Last fact-checked: 5 February 2020
Here’s good news for the toothless: smile confidently with All on Fours in Tijuana - and save a fortune!
Tijuana is the largest city in Baja and the third largest in all of Mexico - just over the US border from San Diego. It’s a popular place to visit for Americans - especially those from populous Southern California. Every year, millions of visitors cross the border into Tijuana for leisure, business and medical care!
The All-on-4 technical is actually four dental implants inserted into the upper or lower jaw, which act as a stable base for attaching an entire arch of false teeth. Your new teeth are so secure that you will be able to eat any food you like without the worry of your teeth slipping or falling out.
The procedure is the innovation of Dr Paulo Malo, a renowned implantologist from Portugal. It has been so successful that it is now carried out to his technique by dental clinics throughout the world.
The procedure replaces all of your teeth. If you have lost most of your teeth you may be a suitable candidate for the All-on-4 providing you are prepared to your remaining teeth extracted.
Even if you have bone loss you may still be suitable for the All-on-4 without requiring a bone graft procedure.
• They look natural• They are secure• A bone graft is not usually required• Teeth extractions, implant placement and attachment of teeth are carried out at the same time, in just one session.• Implants help prevent further deterioration of the jawbone.
All-on-4 prices in Tijuana are at least 50% lower than you’d pay at home:
All-on-4 Price – at home
All-on-4 Price – Tijuana
Clinics in Mexico provide a sanitized, comfortable, effective treatment. Modern technology and advanced treatments are used in delivering superb service. Aside from this, the clinics offer dental tourism services - assisting patients with their treatment and other travel-related activities.
Many dental professionals have completed their studies and pursued additional training in other countries, particularly the US. You’ll find a good deal are members of the American Dental Association and specialists in implantology members of the International Congress of Oral Implantologists.
When you book with Dental Departures you are assured of excellent quality as we do background checks on all our listings. We verify qualifications, professional memberships and real patient reviews, as well as doing onsite visits. You can see all this information, and more, on our website, enabling you to make an informed decision.
Take a look at some of our popular clinics in Tijuana where you can go for your All-on-4:
• Dr Dalia Dental Care• Harmony Dental Studio• Dental Brush
Definitely. The procedure takes careful planning, so your dentist will perform diagnostic tests, including CT scans, to check the structures in your mouth and jaw bone. The CT scan is used both for diagnostic purposes, but also it forms the template for your surgery, in that the dentist can see exactly where to place the implants for optimum stability. Prior to surgery, you will also need to have impressions made of your mouth which are sent to a laboratory so they can make your new teeth and have them back with your dentist before your procedure day.
The procedure only takes 2 hours per jaw for the implants and teeth to be placed, and it is carried out under a local anesthetic or conscious sedation. Afterward, you may have swelling or bruising, but most people experience very little downtime. It is a major procedure, so you should plan to take things slowly and gently.
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