Dental Implants For complete set of Upper or Lower Teeth
Restore the Entire Upper or Lower Arch with Dental Implants
At Rio Grande Dental, Dr. Nitardy offers dental implants as a long-term solution for tooth loss. They are also used to secure partial or complete dentures as well as support for dental bridges.
Dental implants resemble natural teeth and can completely restore your smile and substantially improve your oral health. The implant, made of titanium, is placed into the jaw. Once fused with natural bone, the crown (false tooth) is secured on the implant. Implants have the same, dependable foundation as natural tooth roots. With placed implants, you will no longer have to experience discomfort in chewing, laughing or speaking.
Am I a Good Candidate for Dental Implants?
Dental implants are excellent tooth-replacement options, but they are not always appropriate in every situation; it’s essential to visit with our dentist to undergo a thorough examination and candidacy evaluation.
The requirements for successful implant treatment are relatively few. In fact, the majority of patients seeking dental implants are viable candidates. Generally speaking, you may be a good candidate for dental implants if you:
- Have a fully grown, matured jaw
- Don’t smoke
- Are not pregnant
- Do not grind your teeth
- Do not have gum disease
- Have the necessary bone density to support an implant
- Are in generally good health with no active infections
It’s important to note that just because you may have one of the conditions listed above, you are not necessarily excluded from candidacy for dental implants. You may simply need to address one of these issues prior to treatment. For example, you may need a bone graft to achieve adequate bone density or you may need to undergo periodontal treatment.
The best way to determine if a dental implant is right for you is to meet personally with one of our experienced dentists. We will assess your candidacy as well as explain all of your other tooth replacement options to ensure you make an informed decision that best matches your needs, budget and lifestyle.
- 3-D Image of your jaw
- Planning your implant surgery using computer guided surgery
- Fabrication of custom-made template or stent
- Cover implants with healing caps to integrate and bond with your jawbone
- Temporary teeth placement
- Fabricate permanent teeth, after implants have healed
Once your tooth implants are in place, they will need time to heal and to bond with your jawbone before we can place your new teeth, a process that takes between three and six months. During this time, we will provide you with a temporary prosthesis so you can eat and talk normally.
Material: We use only the highest quality medical grade titanium or titanium alloy multiple tooth implants from Straumann, BioHorizons, Zirkolith.
The Recovery Process
Typically, patients can return to work within the two or three days of the procedure. You can expect to experience some bleeding, swelling, and discomfort during the initial healing phase. However, there are several ways you can manage your side effects:
Use ice packs to reduce swelling
Take over-the-counter pain medication or prescriptions as directed
Apply gauze to stop bleeding
Sleep with your head elevated
Use antiseptic mouthwash and antibiotics to prevent infection
Our team can also answer any questions may have throughout the process to help you achieve a successful recovery.
Though every patient case is unique, five major factors to consider when recommending dental implant full mouth:
- Speech Issues – If speech is a major concern, must be prepared to offer alternative treatments, such as to replace missing teeth with short-span bridges or single dental implants.
- Bridge thickness – This can be a big problem for some patients, and sadly they often figure out that it’s a problem after surgery when the ridge has been reduced. At that point, nothing can be done to get them back to that natural-feeling transition.
- Excessive biting force – Patients have difficulty recognizing premature or excessive occlusal contacts. They may generate excessive biting forces due to the lack of sensation.
- Parafunction – bruxism, clenching, and irregular chewing cycles
Full dental implants risk factors:
- Failure of the implants due to poor oral hygiene
- Failure due to uncontrolled diabetes
- Bruxism or any type of occlusal trauma could affect the longevity of your artificial teeth
Total Cost of Full Mouth Dental Implants
Restoring a complete arch of teeth with full dental implants in Mexico can require multiple teeth implants to ensure the bridge is properly supported. The exact number of implants required can vary depending on the number of teeth to be restored.
Full mouth dental implants price depends on multiple factors including:
- Number of implants
- If a bone graft is required (do not have a sufficient bone to anchor the post)
- If sinus lift is required (do not have adequate levels in sinus tissues)
The total restoration treatment cost is also dependent on whether any additional procedures are required, for example, tooth extraction.
If you have any questions about full dental implants in Rio Grande Dental, our experienced team practitioners will be more than happy to help you. You can finally stop searching for the best quality “full mouth dental implants near me” and call Rio Grande Dental in Juarez, Mexico.
Contact Us Today!
Contact Rio Grande Dental, Mexico Dental Office at
Office: 1 (915) 588 1862
Toll Free: 1-888 444 7778.