Dental implants are mean to last. With the proper care after the procedure, your implants can last many years, even a lifetime.
Contrary to removable dentures, dental implants stay in place, don’t fall by accident, avoiding uncomfortable and embarrassing moments.
The lack of a tooth can change the natural shape of your mouth and even your entire face. With a Dental implant, you will replace that tooth and keep your mouth shape.
Dental Implants look and feel just like your own teeth, but also work as the natural ones. You can chew and bite with confidence and without pain.
No more removable dentures! At a lower cost compared to the U.S., you can enjoy your favorite foods again, without having to place adhesive on your prostheses. The process is very simple and carried out by the best specialists in Tijuana.
One of the best and more successful options to replace a missing tooth (or more than one) and recover your smile.
Instead of using an implant for every missing tooth, we place 4 or 6 implants to fix your complete denture, according to a plan designed especially for every patient's need.
We fix the base of a structure or prosthesis to an implant for a more steady alternative to traditional dentures.
You and your family will love our first-class facilities and our friendly team that will make you feel like you are in the right hands.
Our dentists will study your case personally, to offer treatment alternatives, according to your clinical characteristics and personal needs.
We are committed to keeping our patients and community healthy.
All of our clinical equipment is either single-use or thoroughly sterilized.
Our clinical team wears gloves, masks, and for enhanced protection, face shields.
We'll require everyone to maintain six feet of separation as they move through the clinic.
For safety, we ensure minimal overlap on the appointments, so you can feel safe during your visit.
We'll take your temperature with a contactless thermometer. Feverish? We'll ask you to reschedule.
We are closely monitoring the CDC, ADA, and OSHA. As they update their guidelines, we will update our safety practices in real time.