Full Mouth Dental Implants In Mexico

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Dental implants in Mexico can be your solution to missing or damaged teeth.

Not only can you get a perfect smile in Mexico but also save thousands of dollars!

Dental Implants in Mexico

Keep reading for reviews, cost, top clinics, and dental implant FAQs!

Dental Implant Mexico Reviews

How Much Are Dental Implants in Mexico?

The cost of a single implant in Mexico is $790, compared to the US where it costs $5,000.

With implant, abutment, and crown, the single teeth replacement will cost about $1,390.

The minimum price of full mouth restoration using all on 4 implants in Mexico is about $6,000.

Some patients require bone grafting, which can cost nearly $400.

Refer to the table below to see how the cost of dental implants in Mexico can be up to 70% lesser than in the USA!

Dental Implant Cost in Mexico (in USD) Dental Implants Mexico USA Savings Titanium Dental Implant $790 $5,000 84% Crown & Abutment $600 $3,000 80% Same Day Implant With Crown $1,500 $5,000 70% Zirconium Implant* $1,500 $6,000 75% Zygoma Implant $2,500 $21,500 86% Mini Dental Implant $450 $1,500 70% All on 4 Dental Implants** $6,000 $24,000 75% All on 6 Dental Implants** $6,600 $28,000 76% All on 8 Dental Implants** $8,300 $35,000 76% Bone Graft*** $400 $1,200 66% Sinus Lifting $1,500 $2,500 40%

*including Abutment **including Fixed Hybrid Acrylic Bridge per jaw ***per unit
#Prices may be subject to change depending on case complexity.

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Also check out dental work in Mexico prices if you are looking for another procedure.

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Why Get Dental Implants in Mexico?

  • Travel time and costs are low due to proximity
  • Exponential savings up to 70% of US and Canada prices
  • Our associate clinics follow standard sterilization practices
  • We associate with bilingual implant specialists or arrange for an interpreter

Following is a table showing the distances from various border towns of Mexico to the nearby cities in the USA:

Driving From US to Mexico Mexican Border Town Nearest American City Distance Driving Time Tijuana San Diego, CA 20 miles 30 mins Los Algodones Yuma, AZ 11 miles 20 mins Nuevo Laredo Laredo, TX 5 miles 15 mins Mexicali Calexico, CA 6 miles 17 mins Nogales Nogales, AZ 3 miles 14 mins Nuevo Progreso Progreso, TX 4 miles 13 mins

Crossing the US-Tijuana Border

Other Mexican cities are well-connected with frequent flights from major Canadian & American cities.

Our Dental Clinics in Mexico

Your dental implant procedure will be performed in Mexico’s leading dental centers.

We, at MTC, work with reputable dental clinics that offer dental implants in:

Check out the highlights of our dental clinics in various cities of Mexico below!

Los Algodones Near Yuma, AZ

Los Algodones is just a 20-minute drive from Yuma in Arizona, USA.

Learn more about dental implants in Algodones.

Cancun, Quintana Roo

See more on getting dental implants in Cancun.

Tijuana, MX Near San Diego, CA

Tijuana is just a 30-minute drive from San Diego International Airport.

See more on dental implants in Tijuana cost.

Nogales Near Arizona

Need more reasons for choosing Nogales as your dental vacation hub? Then watch the video below!

Why Choose Nogales For Dental Work

Nuevo Progreso

Find out more about all on 4 dental implants in Nuevo Progreso.

Nuevo Laredo Near Laredo, Tx

Want to know more about dental implants in Nuevo Laredo? Check out the video below!

Dental Implants in Nuevo Laredo

San Jose del Cabo

Puerto Vallarta

Mexicali Near Calexico, CA

Our dental clinic in Mexicali is just 25 minutes away from the US-Mexico border.

Ciudad Juarez

Mexico City





Schedule a call with us to book your appointment at any of these top clinics in Mexico!

Top 10 Dentists in Mexico For Dental Implants

These are the dental implant specialists who will treat you in Mexico!

Assured of the quality of care you will get in Mexico but need to know more about the procedure?

We’ve got you covered! Scroll down to have all your doubts erased!

All About Dental Implants in Mexico

Dental implants are metallic screws that are inserted into your bone, replacing your natural tooth roots.

The bone and the implants fuse with each other in a process called ‘osseointegration.’[1]Science DirectOsseointegration“Osseointegration is defined as the direct structural and functional connection between the living bone and surface of a load-bearing implant.”View in Article

Parts of Dental Implant

Dental Implants Structure

Unlike dentures, which rest on the bone, dental implants are fixed and stable.

Just like dentures, dental implants allow the immediate function of teeth.

Tooth implants also minimize bone loss in the lower and upper jaw!

Source: FDA[2]FDADental Implants: What You Should Know“The dental implant body is surgically inserted in the jawbone in place of the tooth’s root…Benefits of Dental Implant Systems: Helps keep the jawbone from shrinking due to bone loss…Helps keep adjacent (nearby) teeth stable.”View in Article

Does an Implant Feel Like a Natural Tooth?

The feel of the implant will be a little different since it doesn’t have the cushioning layer as natural teeth do.

But many patients have reported they didn’t even notice the presence of implants after some time.

The crown has the same shade as that of the adjacent teeth, which makes it hard to notice.[4]ColgatePorcelain Crowns and Your Valuable Smile“ They are great for restoring front teeth because they can be made to look like your natural teeth.”View in Article

So, as far as aesthetics are concerned, the implant will look exactly like a natural tooth.

What Procedures Are Required Before the Implant Surgery?

Pre-surgery procedures increase the success rate of dental implants. These are:

Will I Require Bone Grafting?

Bone grafting is needed in patients with poor bone quality in the jaw.

Bone grafting uses natural or artificial bone to fill up an area with bone loss.

It takes 4-6 months for the bone to form a structure strong enough to support the implant.

Bone Grafting for Dental Implants

Bone Grafting For Dental Implant
Source: Colgate[6]ColgateDental Implant Surgery“Depending on the structure of your jawbone, you might need to add a little extra bone to give the implant site a more solid foundation. An oral surgeon adds this bone through a process called bone grafting, where a small bit of bone or other material is transplanted to help solidify the implant base within the jawbone. If bone grafting is needed, the healing process can take at least four to six months before installing an implant.”View in Article

How Long Will the Implant Procedure Take?

The implant procedure is usually completed in 2-3 visits.

Does It Hurt To Get Dental Implants?

No. This is one of the biggest myths about dental work.

Appropriate measures are taken so that the patient does not feel any pain.

Anesthesia is given to make the area numb so that you do not feel anything.

Swelling and pain are common for 72 hours after surgery.

You will be given suitable medication to reduce the swelling and pain.

If the pain or swelling persists, you should contact your dentist to rule out any complications.

Source: Colgate[8]ColgateDental Implant Surgery“Surgical anesthesia options…Discomfort is natural and expected after dental implant surgery. Here’s what you can expect: Swelling of the face and gums…Pain at the site of your implant surgery…If any of these symptoms worsen several days after the surgery, contact your dentist or oral surgeon immediately.”View in Article

When can I go to work after implant surgery?

If you take proper care of your implants, you can join your work back the next day after surgery.

Pain and discomfort will last for a few days and can be handled with the medication prescribed.[9]ColgateIs Your Dental Implant Pain Normal?“It’s normal to experience some mild symptoms…pain…Your dentist may give you pain medications to manage your symptoms as you recover.”View in Article

However, your dentist may recommend you to stay back for a few days after the surgery to make sure any complications are attended to timely.

Can I Smoke Before and After the Dental Implant Oral Surgery?

How Long Will Dental Implants Last?

With proper maintenance, dental implants can last a long time.

In a 10-year follow-up, dental implants showed a survival rate of 96.4%.[11]Science DirectLong-term (10-year) dental implant survival: A systematic review and sensitivity meta-analysis“The summary estimate for 10-year survival at the implant level was 96.4%.”View in Article

Some factors that determine implant survival and longevity are:

  • Diet
  • Cleaning practices
  • Habits like smoking
  • Patient’s overall health and bone quality

The first few weeks are the most important. This is the time during which the implant fuses with the bone.

How Is an Implant Better Than a Dental Bridge?

Types of Dental Implant Options in Mexico

Now that you know all about dental implants, let’s move on to traveling to Mexico!

Useful Travel Tips for Mexico

Los Algodones

Mexico Dental Tourism

Still have some questions? Refer to the FAQs below!

FAQs on Dental Implants

Get all your dental implant queries answered below!


Dental implants in Mexico can help you level up your smile.

Get treated at US-accredited clinics at 70% lesser cost than in the US!

Contact us today to get one step closer to your dream smile!


1. Science Direct: Osseointegration

2. FDA: Dental Implants

3. MDPI: Titanium Alloys for Dental Implants

4. Colgate: Porcelain Crowns and Your Valuable Smile

5. Colgate: Is Your Dental Implant Pain Normal?

6. Science Direct: Long-term (10-year) dental implant survival

7. Colgate: Dental Implant Surgery

8. MDPI: Smoking and Dental Implants

9. Colgate: Bridge Or Implant

10. Wiley Online Library: Oral health-related quality of life . . .

11. US Dept of State: Mexico International Travel Information

12. Forbes: How To Buy Car Insurance For Mexico

13. Aetna: Driving in Mexico

14. Wise: Can you use US dollars in Mexico?