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4 things to know about dental implants in Mexico

Posted by dentalia on Mar 10, 2016 10:21:14 AM

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Implants are a good long-term solution to replacing lost teeth, but they’re often not cheap.

However, with dentalia you could save up to 70% by getting your dental implants in Mexico.

  1. An implant beats bridges or dentures

Bridges, dentures, and implants replace missing teeth.

A bridge requires filing two adjoining teeth, which can make them weaker and prone to decay. Dentures often have fit problems and can interfere with taste.

For an implant, a titanium screw is placed in the jawbone and a prosthetic tooth is attached. A proper implant has no physical downsides and has good longevity.

  1. But you’ll pay a lot more for it

The problem with implants? Cost.

Implants are rarely covered by insurance, says MacKenzie Lucas, a spokesperson for benefits consultant Aon Hewitt. Practitioners charge $3,000 to $4,500 for a single tooth.

If you need an implant, it is worth finding out more about dentalia. Dental implants in Mexico will cost you $800, which means you can be saving up to 70%. As the largest group of dental care in Mexico, dentalia combines high quality treatments with affordable pricing.

  1. Not all implants are equal

Most dentists use implants made by the original Swedish manufacturer and there are also some newer, generic implants that are cheaper but may not have been studied yet. So ask your doctor what kind of implant he uses and the success rate he’s had with it.

At dentalia, all the materials we use are of the highest quality and are approved by the Food and Drug Administration. 

  1. Timing can also help

Implants are usually a two-part process — first putting in the implant, then covering it with a crown six to 12 weeks later.

If you know you need one, schedule the initial procedure at the end of a calendar year, then have the crown put on in the following year. That way you can use two years’ worth of your pretax flexible spending account at work to pay a chunk of the cost. You’ll reap as much as 30% savings if you’re in a high tax bracket.

Also, don’t forget that there are other alternatives, such as dental care in Mexico. You could save up to 70% on treatments

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