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Dental prosthetics can be used to treat cases ranging from a single tooth to an entire arch of teeth.

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Endodontic/root canal

This area involves removing the tooth’s nerve due to infection or severe pain. The inside of the root is cleaned and shaped to receive a build up and crown, restoring the tooth’s original function.

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Oral surgery/Implantology

Dental implant surgery can offer a welcome alternative to dentures or bridgework that doesn’t fit well and can offer an option when a lack of natural teeth roots don’t allow building denture or bridgework tooth replacements.

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Periodontal treatments

Its goal is to control and manage periodontal diseases without the need for surgery. It helps restore optimal gum health, which, in turn, helps keep tooth loss at bay.

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We've got you insured

What insurances do we cover?

If you have US dental insurance and you would like to use it with us, it is very important to check your benefits first before having an appointment.

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Clinic owned lab

Our lab arises from the need for a high-quality service for our doctors and therefore the best results for our patients. Today, all our restorations are designed and milled on a computer, ranging from a simple crown to a complex zirconia bridge. This allows us to ensure excellence in our restorations and more precision for a shorter waiting time.

We offer innovative technology with the highest standards at your disposal. Among our other assets, we have digitalized dental x-rays, intraoral scanners for 3d impressions (3shape), readily available computer tomography (CT) scan, and our previously mentioned cad-cam system to fabricate crowns.

Our FAQs

Do you have any questions?

Why is dental care cheaper in Mexico?

According to the relationship between low prices and the income of the population, we have a lower purchasing power compared to the US. This makes us more accessible to dental tourism.

Is the quality lower for being cheaper?

No, the quality of our services and laboratories is comparable to that of the United States. We boast sophisticated dental equipment, advanced procedures, excellent materials, and more importantly, a highly qualified team of dental health professionals.

Any recommendations prior to a surgical procedure?

  • Take the medications prescribed by your doctor.
  • Not fasting, unless sedation is scheduled (8 hours of fasting).
  • Inform the dentist of all medications you take, and if you take anticoagulants, please suspend them 3 days before surgery with your doctor consent.

General recommendations after a surgical procedure.

  1. Bite on the sterile gauze lightly for 30 minutes after the surgical procedure.
  2. Place an ice pack or cold towels on your face as close to the operated area for the first 24 hours. Be careful not to cool too much the skin on the cheek (local cold for 10 minutes and rest after 10 minutes). Avoid hot environments and excessive solar exposure.
  3. Do not rinse, spit, or make suction movements such as using straws for the first 24 hours, as these activities can dislodge the blood clots and/or bone grafts and interfere with the wound healing process. Do not touch the area with your fingernails or tongue.
  4. Brush normally three time per day being careful near the surgical site. The following day you can rinse lightly using saltwater or any surgeon prescribed mouthwash.
  5. It is preferable to maintain a posture in which the head is at a higher level than the body for sleeping. For example: sitting or in the bed with one or two pillows.
  6. Avoid hot, spicy, or greasy foods, opting for a soft diet with mild or cold temperatures. It is recommended to drink plenty water and if possible, eat on the side opposite of the intervention.
  7.  Slight bleeding, swelling, and bruising (face and neck), pain, difficulty opening the mouth and malaise are normal symptoms for the healing process. Do not perform extensive physical exercise or heavy-duty labors. The resorbable stitches fall on their own aided by action of the toothbrush (1 to 3 weeks) or they dissolve in about forty-two days.
  8. Avoid smoking, drinking alcoholic and/or carbonated beverages for the first week. These substances can be very harmful and irritating for the healing process, especially when bone grafts or implants are placed.
  9. Avoid driving the first 24 hours if you opted for sedation.
  10. Take medications as prescribed.

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(928) 287-4736 - USA

(658) 517-3499 - MX


Avenida A Sn 21970 Vicente Guerrero, B.C. Mexico

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