Gaps in your smile can have a big impact on your self-esteem. They also make normal activities, such as eating and speaking, difficult.
Our dentist, Dr. Jose Valenzuela, Jr., can place and restore dental implants, the most stable and secure tooth replacement option available.
Learn why so many people choose Cosmetic & Implant Dentistry Center in Los Algodones, Baja California, Mexico, for their dental implants...
How Do Dental Implants Work?
When you lose a tooth, the lack of stimulation causes your jawbone to deteriorate. As this atrophy continues, it can cause the adjacent teeth to shift, which can lead to further tooth loss. Jawbone atrophy also affects your appearance, causing your face to begin to look sunken and aged.
Dental implants are threaded titanium or ceramic posts that are used to attach a restoration directly to the jawbone. Through a process called osseointegration, the implant base fuses with the tissue in your jawbone. This process can prevent further bone recession and help you maintain a full facial structure. Working as bionic substitutes for tooth roots, dental implants stimulate the jawbone each time you eat or speak.
Implants are considered by our Los Algodones, Mexico, dental clinic, and dentists worldwide to be the gold standard for replacing a missing tooth.
Advanced Techniques & Precise Treatment
At Cosmetic & Implant Dentistry Center in Los Algodones, Baja California, Mexico, we use advanced dental technology to perform all stages of dental implant treatment.
Whether you are receiving a single implant or are restoring a complete arch with implant-supported dentures, we begin by taking a computer tomography (CT) scan to upload into our specialized design software.
Using this information, our dentist, Dr. Valenzuela can design a precise surgical guide before your procedure and print a 3-D model in the office.
Our dentist and his compassionate team can restore your missing teeth with dental implants. To learn more contact us online or call:
Implants Are Used in a Variety of Restorative Dental Work
Our Los Algodones, Mexico, dentist can treat a single missing tooth using an implant-supported crown to fill in the gap in your smile.
Those with bigger gaps in their smile can benefit from an implant-supported bridge that can seamlessly replace several adjacent missing teeth.
For those who need to replace a full arch, implant-supported dentures are the optimal way to address extensive tooth loss.
Implants Provide Improved Form & Function
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Visiting from out of Town? Our Team Can Coordinate Your Stay in Los Algodones
When you visit our Los Algodones dental office, you receive high-level care and attention at an affordable price. Because the overhead costs are lower for dentists in Mexico than they are for providers in the United States, we are able to provide exceptional dental implant care at a significantly lower cost.
Our dental office has been established in Los Algodones for over 20 years and we have earned an impressive reputation for advanced, affordable dentistry with patients throughout North America.
"I'd Give Them 6 Stars If I Could"
My experience with Dr. Jose was excellent. Needing total bottom teeth implants he explained my process and answered all my concerns. Very professional.View On Google
Absolutely outstanding! I'd give them 6 stars if I could. Dr. Veronica did some amazing work. Staff were very friendly and professional despite my numerous calls and questions as Id never had dental work done in Mexico prior. Office and exam room were clean and modern. Process was seamless and efficient. 0 issues and 100% satisfied. Waited several months to provide a review to ensure there weren't any issues or problems. Would return in the future and would recommend to anyone.View On Google
Preparing for Your Dental Treatment
In order to undergo dental implant treatment at our Los Algodones, Mexico, dental office, you will need to be in good oral and overall health. In the months leading up to your visit, maintain your health and abstain from unhealthy habits like smoking, which increases your risk of complications.
If you are lacking sufficient jawbone tissue, Dr. Valenzuela can perform a bone graft several months prior to your procedure. Once you are healed, you will come back to our office for the next phases of your treatment.