Our Quality Dental Implants in Tijuana, MX

We offer the best quality and affordable prices here in Mexico, At BajaDent Tijuana.

Dental Implants in Tijuana, Mexico offers top-notch dental implants to replace missing teeth. These titanium screws, biocompatible and like those used in joint replacements, create a strong foundation as they fuse with your bone. With a history of success and advanced technology, our skilled implant doctor provides a lifetime guarantee, ensuring a confident, functional smile. Your long-term satisfaction is our commitment.

Our Dentist in Mexico Explains Dental Implants

Dental implants are recommended as an option for tooth replacement for few reasons:

  • Unlike fixed bridges, our implants at BajaDent Tijuana can stand independently and do not necessitate any grinding down or adjustment of surrounding teeth for the placement of caps as bridge anchors.
  • Titanium implants help preserve the jaw bone. After tooth loss, the bone can naturally fill in, but it often begins to deteriorate, potentially affecting neighboring teeth from the roots outward. The titanium implant screws used by our dentist in Mexico stimulate jaw bone growth.
  • As not possible to maintain a fixed bridge, these implants can be rinsed, flossed, and brushed the same way you would maintain your natural teeth. This will help prevent serious problems with oral health from occurring in the future.
  • It’s a cost-effective way to enhance your smile, as our long-lasting implants lead to fewer future oral health issues. While the initial cost may be slightly higher, you’ll require fewer painful and expensive replacements and incur fewer expenses for treating periodontal disease. Choosing our highly skilled dentist in Mexico allows you to save money while still getting the high-quality results you’d expect in the U.S.

Skilled at applying dental implants in a wide variety of patients, our dentist in Tijuana is highly recommended for this procedure.

Our implants can be used to either replace individual teeth and also as anchors for a fixed bridge in replacing multiple teeth. This is done in order to preserve the health of the patient’s natural teeth and bone).

Patients need to consider a few important facts regarding implants

  • Individuals with jaw damage, diabetes, radiation therapy near the face and neck, advanced periodontal disease, and smoking may not be suitable for implants. “Teeth-in-a-day” implants are discouraged by specialists because they struggle to fully bond with the jawbone and often require replacement within 5-8 years.
  • Implantation may not be recommended for individuals with jaw damage or conditions like diabetes, radiation therapy near the face and neck, advanced periodontal disease, and smoking, which compromise bone health.
  • Recovery can take up to 4 months for upper teeth and 3 months for lower teeth as it allows the jaw bone to fully bond with the titanium screws. Dr. Vazquez avoids “teeth-in-a-day” implants, as they struggle to form a strong bond with the jawbone and often require replacement within 5-8 years.

Typically dental implants have three parts:

  1. A dental implant is a permanent screw acting as a tooth root, providing stability for dental crowns that replace missing teeth.
  2. A connector that holds the implant dental crown or dental bridge.
  3. The dental crown, or visible part of the tooth, is typically crafted from porcelain or zirconia for aesthetics and strength.

If you’ve lost natural teeth, our BajaDent Tijuana team offers a great solution with affordable, high-quality dental implants. They resemble natural teeth but have a titanium screw as the root, surgically attached to your jawbone. We use bio-friendly medical-grade titanium that bonds with your bone, ensuring long-term stability with proper oral care. Our dentist has important insights about dental implantation to share with you.

We have helped many people to restore a full arch, using our treatment All-in-four and All-in-six, in which Our surgeons place 4 or 6 and 8 implants and then attach a full arch of teeth (the number of implant is determined by the patient)


All-on-4 is a dental implant technique that uses four implants to support a full arch of teeth and typically involves placing a total prosthesis on dental implants in the upper or lower jaw procedure. This approach provides a stable and functional set of teeth for individuals who have lost most or all of their natural teeth.


All-on-6 is a dental implant procedure that involves using six dental implants to support a full arch of teeth, either in the upper or lower jaw. This approach is similar to All-on-4 but provides additional stability and support for the replacement teeth, making it a suitable option for some patients with specific dental needs.  


(1 to 2 appointments)

In some situations, we make the unfortunate decision to extract a tooth, and other diverse reasons not replenish those teeth in a long time and as a result the optimal amount of affecting us bone loss when we replace that piece with a dental bridge or dental implant. Bone graft is a treatment that helps replenish the bone we lost when we extract a tooth with a surgical extraction which is necessary to remove bone to remove the tooth roots. The bone graft is used in various ways, including: Implant placement (3 to 4 appointments)


(1 appointment)

If for some reason we need a tooth extraction either surgical or normal way and do not want to lose the quality of bone you can place a bone graft immediately after finishing the extraction to ensure healing and normal formation and build quality that is.


(1 to 2 appointments)

When we replace a molar and the x-ray we realize that the maxillary sinus is very down is necessary to perform a lift sinus to ensure the thickness of the bone and place the implant without piercing the maxillary sinus doing this procedure can ensure 100 % treatment success.


Q: What are dental implants, and how do they differ from other tooth replacement options?

  • Dental implants are like super-strong, artificial tooth roots. They’re unique because they fuse with your jawbone, providing a sturdy foundation for crowns or dentures. Unlike other options, they feel and function just like natural teeth.

Q: Are dental implants painful to get?

  • The procedure is usually done under local anesthesia, so you won’t feel much pain during the implant placement. Afterward, some discomfort is common, but your dentist will provide pain relief options to keep you comfortable.

Q: How long does it take to get dental implants from start to finish?

  • It’s a bit of a journey! From the initial consultation to the final crown placement, it can take several months. The exact time depends on your unique case, but the results are worth the wait.

Q: Can anyone get dental implants, or are there restrictions?

  • While many people are candidates for dental implants, your overall health and bone density play a role. A thorough assessment by your dentist or oral surgeon will determine if you’re a good fit.

Q: How do I care for dental implants, and can I eat my favorite foods without worry?

  • Caring for dental implants is a breeze – just brush, floss, and visit your dentist regularly. The beauty of implants is that they’re strong enough to handle all your favorite foods, just like natural teeth. Enjoy!

Q: What are the advantages of getting dental implants in Tijuana?

  • Dental implants in Tijuana offer top-notch quality at a fraction of the cost compared to the U.S. You get the same great results with the bonus of exploring a vibrant city!

Q: Is it safe to get dental implants in Tijuana?

  • Yes, it’s safe! Many clinics in Tijuana have highly trained, English-speaking dentists who follow international standards. Just do your research and choose a reputable clinic.

Q: How does the process work for international patients seeking dental implants in Tijuana?

  • It’s a smooth process. You can schedule a consultation online, and many clinics offer transportation assistance. Most importantly, they’ll help you with any necessary documentation for your visit.

Q: Are there any specific aftercare instructions for dental implant patients in Tijuana?

  • The aftercare is pretty similar to anywhere else. Your dentist will provide you with instructions on oral hygiene and follow-up appointments to ensure your implants heal properly.

Q: Can I explore Tijuana while getting dental implants, or should I rest during the visit?

  • Absolutely! Tijuana is a bustling city with lots to see and do. While you should rest after the procedure, you’ll have plenty of time to explore the local culture and cuisine during your stay.

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