Low-Cost Dental Implants in Mexico

Limited Time Offer: 3 Night Free Stay in Algodones for Dental Work Exceeding $3,000

Dental implants in Mexico can be your solution to missing or damaged teeth.

Not only can you get a perfect smile in Mexico but also save thousands of dollars!

Dental Implants in Mexico

Revive Your Smile

And Save 70%!

Keep reading for reviews, cost, top clinics, and dental implant FAQs!

Dental Implant Mexico Reviews

Friendly, professional staff. Oral surgeon placed my implant quickly with minimal pain. No problems during the healing period.

– Ken Grover


Long process for implants & crowns, but a good one. Even when I was ok with the way things looked, the Dr. wanted it to look better!

– Darren Mattice


My wife got an implant & a zirconia crown. Instead of waiting for the crown to be made in the lab, they had the crown ready the next day!

– Don S


Full Mouth Dental Implants in Mexico
Dental Implants in Los Algodones
Dental Implants in Mexico
Dental Implants in Cancun

How Much Are Dental Implants in Mexico?

The cost of a single implant in Mexico is $790, compared to the US where it costs $5,000.

With implant, abutment, and crown, the single teeth replacement will cost about $1,390.

The minimum price of full mouth restoration using all on 4 implants in Mexico is about $6,000.

Some patients require bone grafting, which can cost nearly $400.

Refer to the table below to see how the cost of dental implants in Mexico can be up to 70% lesser than in the USA!

Dental Implant Cost in Mexico (in USD)
Dental Implants Mexico USA Savings
Titanium Dental Implant $790 $5,000 84%
Crown & Abutment $600 $3,000 80%
Same Day Implant With Crown $1,500 $5,000 70%
Zirconium Implant* $1,500 $6,000 75%
Zygoma Implant $2,500 $21,500 86%
Mini Dental Implant $450 $1,500 70%
All on 4 Dental Implants** $6,000 $24,000 75%
All on 6 Dental Implants** $6,600 $28,000 76%
All on 8 Dental Implants** $8,300 $35,000 76%
Bone Graft*** $400 $1,200 66%
Sinus Lifting $1,500 $2,500 40%
*including Abutment **including Fixed Hybrid Acrylic Bridge per jaw ***per unit
#Prices may be subject to change depending on case complexity.

Exciting Offers On Dental Implants in Mexico

Don’t miss out on these limited-period offers on dental implants in Mexico!

Super Saver Implants Deal
📍Los Algodones, Mexico

  • Free examination
  • Free temporary crowns
  • Zygomatic implants @ just $2,200
  • Free tooth extraction (if required)
  • Free pick up & drop off

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3 Night Free Hotel Stay
📍Mexicali, Mexico
Get up to 3 nights free hotel stay for dental work of $3,000 or more!

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📍Los Algodones, Mexico
Get up to 3 nights free hotel stay for dental work of $3,000 or more!

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Ready to reap the benefits of a new smile at such low cost in Mexico? Get a free quote now!

Also check out dental work in Mexico prices if you are looking for another procedure.

Need more reasons to make your decision? Then keep reading!

Why Get Dental Implants in Mexico?

  • Travel time and costs are low due to proximity
  • Exponential savings up to 70% of US and Canada prices
  • Our associate clinics follow standard sterilization practices
  • We associate with bilingual implant specialists or arrange for an interpreter

Following is a table showing the distances from various border towns of Mexico to the nearby cities in the USA:

Driving From US to Mexico
Mexican Border Town Nearest American City Distance Driving Time
Tijuana San Diego, CA 20 miles 30 mins
Los Algodones Yuma, AZ 11 miles 20 mins
Nuevo Laredo Laredo, TX 5 miles 15 mins
Mexicali Calexico, CA 6 miles 17 mins
Nogales Nogales, AZ 3 miles 14 mins
Nuevo Progreso Progreso, TX 4 miles 13 mins
Crossing the US-Tijuana Border

Other Mexican cities are well-connected with frequent flights from major Canadian & American cities.

Our Dental Clinics in Mexico

Your dental implant procedure will be performed in Mexico’s leading dental centers.

We, at MTC, work with reputable dental clinics that offer dental implants in:

Check out the highlights of our dental clinics in various cities of Mexico below!

Los Algodones Near Yuma, AZ

Los Algodones is just a 20-minute drive from Yuma in Arizona, USA.

Sani Dental

Sani Dental Clinic, Los Algodones

Sani Dental

Our Algodones Dental Clinic is within walking distance from the Andrade border crossing.

The clinic has an on-site lab with CAD-CAM technology, laser technology, & CT scan machine.

It is affiliated with the ADA & BBB.

Transportation & discounted stay provided.

Contact clinic!

Dental Solutions

Dental Solutions, Los Algodones

Dental Solutions

They are affiliated with the ADA and AAID.

They have CAD/CAM technology.

The same high-quality materials are used as in any US clinic like Nobel Biocare & Biomet 3i implants.

They have 8 years of experience treating American & Canadian patients.

Contact clinic!

Learn more about dental implants in Algodones.

Cancun, Quintana Roo

Cancun Dental Specialists

Cancun Dental Specialists

Cancun Dental Specialists

The clinic has an in-house lab with CAD/CAM, CBCT, surgical guides, etc.

They have been treating American & Canadian patients for the last 12 years.

Safety is ensured by following the Tier Sterilization Protocol involving cleaning, liquid sterilization, Autoclaving, & UV Chamber.

They are associated with ADA, ICOI, & IAOMS.

Contact clinic!

Neo Dental Group

Neo Dental Group, Cancun

Neo Dental Group

Their specialists are members of the ADA.

Top implant & crown brands are offered such as Nobel Biocare, Straumann, & Bicon.

For patients with anxiety, they offer aromatherapy, nitrous oxide gas, and oral sedation techniques.

Their package includes lab tests, X-rays, transportation, hotel nights, & even spa treatments!

Contact clinic!

See more on getting dental implants in Cancun.

Tijuana, MX Near San Diego, CA

Tijuana is just a 30-minute drive from San Diego International Airport.

Dental Brush

Dental Brush Clinic, Tijuana

Dental Brush

Airport pick up and drop off facility available.

In-house lab with the latest technology like CEREC, digital X-rays, etc.

OSHA, EPA, & CDC recommended safety standards followed.

Accredited business with BBB.

Contact clinic!

See more on dental implants in Tijuana cost.

Nogales Near Arizona

Desert Dental

Desert Dental Clinic, Nogales

Desert Dental

Accredited by the ADM & CMCOM.

Border pick-up and drop-off services available.

They can help you with the necessary paperwork for insurance.

The Autoclave is used for sterilization.

Contact clinic!

Need more reasons for choosing Nogales as your dental vacation hub? Then watch the video below!

Why Choose Nogales For Dental Work

Nuevo Progreso

Texas Dental Clinic

Texas Dental Clinic, Nuevo Progreso

Texas Dental Clinic

Free pick-up and drop-off services provided.

Their sterilization standards comply with those of ADM, ADA, & OSHA.

Latest technology available, such as CBCT, CAD/CAM, digital x-rays, & surgical guides.

2-year warranty is offered on dental implants.

Contact clinic!

Find out more about all on 4 dental implants in Nuevo Progreso.

Nuevo Laredo Near Laredo, Tx

Family Dental Center

Family Dental Center, Nuevo Laredo

Family Dental Center

Founded 20+ years ago and certified by ADA & ADM.

Only clinic in Nuevo Laredo to offer laughing gas (nitrous oxide) sedation.

Best implant brands are used such as Hiossen.

American dental insurance is accepted.

Contact clinic!

Want to know more about dental implants in Nuevo Laredo? Check out the video below!

Dental Implants in Nuevo Laredo

San Jose del Cabo

Advanced Cabo Dentistry

Advanced Cabo Dentistry, San Jose Del Cabo

Advanced Cabo Dentistry

Best dental implant brands offered like Nobel Biocare, Straumann, and Neodent.

10-year warranty is provided for implants unless you are a smoker.

They have a Sirona powered in house lab with CAD/CAM, intraoral scanners, CBCT, & 3D X-rays.

Contact clinic!

Puerto Vallarta


Unident, Puerto Vallarta


Straumann & Nobel Biocare implants used.

The dentists and staff can speak Spanish & English.

They can arrange pick-up and drop-off service and also have a dedicated car parking space.

The clinic also offers free WiFi and international calling facility.

Contact clinic!

Dental Solutions PV

Dental Solutions, Puerto Vallarta

Dental Solutions PV

The clinic works with international brands such as Straumann & Dentsply Sirona.

They have innovative CAD/CAM technology.

The team is fluent in both Spanish and English.

The clinic can also arrange for discounted stay in nearby hotels.

Contact clinic!

Mexicali Near Calexico, CA

Our dental clinic in Mexicali is just 25 minutes away from the US-Mexico border.


RamLanz, Mexicali


The clinic is certified by the ADA.

They have the latest dental technology such as digital intraoral X-ray sensors, and Zirkonzahn & 3M ESPE Lava™ digital milling machine.

Safety is ensured by using the Autoclave for sterilization.

They also accept American dental insurance.

Contact clinic!

Ciudad Juarez

Invo Dental

Invo Dental, Ciudad Juarez

Invo Dental

Ultrasonic cleaning and Autoclave used for sterilization.

Free consultation & re-treatments offered in case of any problem.

American dental insurance accepted.

The clinic is a 30-minute drive from El Paso, Texas, and has a dedicated car parking space.

Contact clinic!

Mexico City

Ideal Dental Center

Ideal Dental Center, Mexico City

Ideal Dental Center

Certified by the ADA & ADM.

Latest technology available like Dentsply Sirona CAD-CAM, CBCT, and Biolase Waterlaser, & Straumann implants used.

ISO 9001 quality management and sterilization standards followed.

The clinic is a 10-15 minute drive away from MEX airport.

Contact clinic!


Dentistas Teran

Dentistas Teran, Monterrey

Dentistas Teran

The clinic was established 50 years ago!

Accreditated by ADM & NLDA.

Airport pick-up and drop-off services are provided if needed.

Autoclave, dry heat, and UV light are used to sterilize the equipment.

Contact clinic!


Whiteline Dental Clinic

Whiteline Dental Clinic, Merida

Whiteline Dental Clinic

Treating international patients for 10+ years.

High quality Hiossen implants used.

Staff speaks Spanish & English.

Parking space available at the clinic.

Contact clinic!


H&L Dental Studio

H&L Dental Studio, Matamoros

H&L Dental Studio

Latest technology available such as 3D oral scanner, CBCT, panaromic X-ray, etc.

Half a block away from the international bridge to Brownsville, Tx.

Transportation from the bridge and to the clinic & hotel is provided.

Contact clinic!


Mazdent Dental Clinic

Mazdent Dental Clinic, Mazatlan

Mazdent Dental Clinic

A 30-minute drive away from Mazatlán International Airport.

Staff speaks Spanish as well as English.

Strict sterilization protocols are used to ensure hygiene and safety.

Contact clinic!

Schedule a call with us to book your appointment at any of these top clinics in Mexico!

Top 10 Dentists in Mexico For Dental Implants

These are the dental implant specialists who will treat you in Mexico!

Dr. Enrique Arturo Jimenez Alvarez

Dr. Enrique Arturo Jimenez Alvarez

Dr. Enrique Arturo Jimenez Alvarez, DDS

  • 37 years of experience
  • Diploma in implantology
  • Master’s in laser dentistry & implant dentistry

Dr. Xochipilli Bojorquez

Dr. Xochipilli Bojorquez

Dr. Xochipilli Bojorquez, DDS

  • 8 years of experience
  • Attended courses taught by Nobel Biocare & Megagen
  • Practiced the all on 4 technique in the Nobel BioCare Global Symposium in New York & at the Harvard School of Dental Medicine

Dr. Javier Paz

Dr. Javier Paz

Dr. Javier Paz, DDS, MS

  • 10 years of experience
  • Qualified in the US by ADA with the NBDE exam

Dr. Miller Vieira

Dr. Miller Vieira

Dr. Miller Vieira, MSD

  • 17 years of experience
  • Certifications in DSD & SKYN Concept protocols
  • Certified by the SPAS in advanced dental implantology

Dr. Emmanuel J. Leon

Dr. Emmanuel J. Leon

Dr. Emmanuel J. Leon, DDS

  • 10 years of experience
  • Chief dentist at the clinic
  • Specialty in oral implantology and rehabilitation from UBC Faculty of Dentistry, Vancouver, Canada

Dr. Hiram Ignacio Vazquez

Dr. Hiram Ignacio Vazquez

Dr. Hiram Ignacio Vazquez, DDS

  • 13 years of experience
  • An active member of ADM
  • Specialist in oral and maxillofacial surgery

Dr. Dominga Cortez

Dr. Dominga Cortez

Dr. Dominga Cortez, MD

  • 23 years of experience
  • Post-graduation in implantology dentistry from Mexican College of Osseointegration, Monterrey, Mexico

Dr. Thomas Koty

Dr. Thomas Koty

Dr. Thomas Koty, DMD, M.Sc.

  • 25 years of experience
  • Internationally-renowned German specialist
  • International post-grad education includes Harvard training

Dr. German Barreto

Dr. German Barreto

Dr. German Barreto, DDS

  • 35 years of experience
  • Diploma in implantology
  • Associate Professor, Universidad Autonoma de Baja California, 1983-90

Dr. Juan Arizpe

Dr. Juan Arizpe

Dr. Juan Arizpe, DDS

  • 10 years of experience & member of MAMS
  • Professor at Autonomous University of Nuevo León
  • Head of the Department of Undergraduate Oral Surgery and Exodontics, UANL School of Dentistry

Assured of the quality of care you will get in Mexico but need to know more about the procedure?

We’ve got you covered! Scroll down to have all your doubts erased!

All About Dental Implants in Mexico

Dental implants are metallic screws that are inserted into your bone, replacing your natural tooth roots.

The bone and the implants fuse with each other in a process called ‘osseointegration.’[1]Science Direct
“Osseointegration is defined as the direct structural and functional connection between the living bone and surface of a load-bearing implant.”
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Parts of Dental Implant

Dental Implants Structure

Unlike dentures, which rest on the bone, dental implants are fixed and stable.

Just like dentures, dental implants allow the immediate function of teeth.

Tooth implants also minimize bone loss in the lower and upper jaw!

Source: FDA[2]FDA
Dental Implants: What You Should Know
“The dental implant body is surgically inserted in the jawbone in place of the tooth’s root…Benefits of Dental Implant Systems: Helps keep the jawbone from shrinking due to bone loss…Helps keep adjacent (nearby) teeth stable.”
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Does an Implant Feel Like a Natural Tooth?

The feel of the implant will be a little different since it doesn’t have the cushioning layer as natural teeth do.

But many patients have reported they didn’t even notice the presence of implants after some time.

Dental Implant vs. Natural Tooth

Dental Implant vs. Natural Tooth

A natural tooth has a crown (the part you see in your mouth) and a root (which lies inside the jawbone).

In a dental implant, the root is replaced by the implant.

This part is made of titanium which is a highly biocompatible material.[3]MDPI
Titanium Alloys for Dental Implants: A Review
“Implants made mainly from titanium…are biocompatible in contact with bone and the gingival tissues, and are capable of undergoing osseointegration.”
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A porcelain or zirconia crown replaces the exposed part.

The crown has the same shade as that of the adjacent teeth, which makes it hard to notice.[4]Colgate
Porcelain Crowns and Your Valuable Smile
“ They are great for restoring front teeth because they can be made to look like your natural teeth.”
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So, as far as aesthetics are concerned, the implant will look exactly like a natural tooth.

What Procedures Are Required Before the Implant Surgery?

Pre-surgery procedures increase the success rate of dental implants. These are:

Bone Graft Before Dental Implants

Bone Graft

Bone Graft Surgery

If you do not have sufficient bone to support the implants, bone graft surgery may be done.

It may take 4-6 months for the new bone to form and be ready for implants.

Tooth Extraction Before Dental Implants

Tooth Extraction

Tooth Extraction

You may need tooth extraction if you go for full mouth restoration procedures.

Extraction is done to remove damaged teeth and replace them with artificial teeth.

In addition, you may need procedures like scaling, RCT, and filling.

They reduce the chance of infection after surgery.

Source: Colgate[5]Colgate
Dental Implant Surgery
“Here is the typical order of procedures: Remove the damaged tooth if it hasn’t already come out in some other way. Prep the jawbone for surgery, which might include some measure of bone grafting…If bone grafting is needed, the healing process can take at least four to six months before installing an implant.”
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Will I Require Bone Grafting?

Bone grafting is needed in patients with poor bone quality in the jaw.

Bone grafting uses natural or artificial bone to fill up an area with bone loss.

It takes 4-6 months for the bone to form a structure strong enough to support the implant.

Bone Grafting for Dental Implants

Bone Grafting For Dental Implant
Source: Colgate[6]Colgate
Dental Implant Surgery
“Depending on the structure of your jawbone, you might need to add a little extra bone to give the implant site a more solid foundation. An oral surgeon adds this bone through a process called bone grafting, where a small bit of bone or other material is transplanted to help solidify the implant base within the jawbone. If bone grafting is needed, the healing process can take at least four to six months before installing an implant.”
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How Long Will the Implant Procedure Take?

The implant procedure is usually completed in 2-3 visits.

Dental Implant Surgery

Implant Surgery

Visit 1:

It may take 2-7 days for implant placement.

A temporary prosthesis (artificial teeth) will be placed which allows you to eat normally.

Permanent Teeth For Implants

Permanent Teeth

Visit 2:

This visit is scheduled 3-6 months after the first visit.

It may take 3-4 days for porcelain teeth/denture placement.

Another visit may be required if you need bone graft surgery.

Source: Colgate[7]Colgate
Dental Implant Surgery
“Dental implant surgery is often done in several stages…insert the implant into the gumline…While the implant heals, you’ll wear a temporary denture…Once your gums have healed…a fixed implant prosthesis…If bone grafting is needed, the healing process can take at least four to six months before installing an implant.”
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Does It Hurt To Get Dental Implants?

No. This is one of the biggest myths about dental work.

Appropriate measures are taken so that the patient does not feel any pain.

Anesthesia is given to make the area numb so that you do not feel anything.

Swelling and pain are common for 72 hours after surgery.

You will be given suitable medication to reduce the swelling and pain.

If the pain or swelling persists, you should contact your dentist to rule out any complications.

Source: Colgate[8]Colgate
Dental Implant Surgery
“Surgical anesthesia options…Discomfort is natural and expected after dental implant surgery. Here’s what you can expect: Swelling of the face and gums…Pain at the site of your implant surgery…If any of these symptoms worsen several days after the surgery, contact your dentist or oral surgeon immediately.”
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When can I go to work after implant surgery?

If you take proper care of your implants, you can join your work back the next day after surgery.

Pain and discomfort will last for a few days and can be handled with the medication prescribed.[9]Colgate
Is Your Dental Implant Pain Normal?
“It’s normal to experience some mild symptoms…pain…Your dentist may give you pain medications to manage your symptoms as you recover.”
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However, your dentist may recommend you to stay back for a few days after the surgery to make sure any complications are attended to timely.

Can I Smoke Before and After the Dental Implant Oral Surgery?

No Smoking After Dental Implants

No Smoking

Smoking is one of the main reasons for implant failure.

Nicotine decreases the blood supply to the area where the nutrients and oxygen from the blood are required.

Even before getting implants, smoking can adversely affect your oral health.

According to a research study, the implant failure rate in a smoker is increased in comparison with non-smokers.

Source: MDPI[10]MDPI
Smoking and Dental Implants: A Systematic Review and Meta-Analysis
“Tobacco use brings negative consequences to oral health…Smoking is also associated with deleterious effects to oral rehabilitation with dental implants…Implants placed in smokers present a 140.2% higher risk of failure than implants placed in non-smokers.”
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How Long Will Dental Implants Last?

With proper maintenance, dental implants can last a long time.

In a 10-year follow-up, dental implants showed a survival rate of 96.4%.[11]Science Direct
Long-term (10-year) dental implant survival: A systematic review and sensitivity meta-analysis
“The summary estimate for 10-year survival at the implant level was 96.4%.”
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Some factors that determine implant survival and longevity are:

  • Diet
  • Cleaning practices
  • Habits like smoking
  • Patient’s overall health and bone quality

The first few weeks are the most important. This is the time during which the implant fuses with the bone.

How Is an Implant Better Than a Dental Bridge?

Dental Bridge

Dental Bridge

A bridge is a treatment option for missing teeth.

Here the two adjacent teeth are capped, and a pontic (artificial tooth) is attached in the middle.

This means that your prosthesis is supported on both sides by two natural teeth.

The disadvantage of this method is that the two natural teeth will need to be trimmed to fit the crowns.

Dental Implant

Dental Implant

In an implant procedure, however, only the space left behind by the lost tooth is used.

An implant is embedded in the bone, and a crown is placed over it.

This is done without involving the adjacent teeth at all.

Source: Colgate[12]Colgate
Bridge Or Implant: Which Is Best For You?
“A dental bridge is made of a false tooth suspended between two crowns that your dentist cements onto your healthy teeth on either side…An implant is a false tooth attached to a titanium post your dental professional inserts into the jawbone.”
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Types of Dental Implant Options in Mexico


Single Dental Implant

Single Dental Implant

Single Tooth Replacement

If you are missing a single tooth, one implant will be inserted in the site and topped with a dental crown.


Implant Supported Bridge

Implant Supported Bridge

Several Teeth Replacement

When several teeth are missing, at least 2 implants will be inserted in your bone, on top of which a dental bridge is fitted.[13]Wiley Online Library
Oral health-related quality of life of patients rehabilitated with fixed and removable implant-supported dental prostheses
“A three-unit implant-supported bridge over two implants…”
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Full Mouth

Full Mouth Reconstruction

Full mouth reconstruction procedures replace all the missing or damaged teeth in your mouth.

All on 4, all on 6, and all on 8 are popular full mouth rehab procedures.

All on 4 Dental Implants in Mexico

All on 4 Dental Implants

All on 6 Dental Implants in Mexico

All on 6 Dental Implants

All on 8 Dental Implants in Mexico

All on 8 Dental Implants

Now that you know all about dental implants, let’s move on to traveling to Mexico!

Useful Travel Tips for Mexico

Los Algodones

Mexico Dental Tourism



  • A passport is necessary to gain entry into Mexico for American and Canadian citizens.[14]US Dept of State
    Mexico International Travel Information
    “A valid passport book is required to enter Mexico by air…Travelers entering Mexico by land should have a valid passport book or card.”
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  • It is recommended to keep a soft copy as well as a hard copy of your passport with you at all times.
  • Your passport is the most important document that you will be carrying. So, make sure to keep it safely hidden, and avoid keeping it in a place where you frequently need to take it out.


  • If you’re planning to drive to a border city, make sure you have Mexican auto insurance. Auto insurance is available on both sides of the border.[15]Forbes
    How To Buy Car Insurance For Mexico
    “Mexican law requires all vehicles to have car insurance. Your U.S. car insurance typically won’t cover you unless you buy extra insurance, sometimes called Mexico tourist auto insurance…You can buy a separate Mexican auto insurance policy from a Mexican insurance company or a U.S. company that works with Mexican insurers.”
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  • Another critical thing to keep in mind if you want to drive here is that you will need a valid driving license.[16]Aetna
    Driving in Mexico
    “Valid driving licences from most countries are legal in Mexico, including UK, EU, Canadian and US licenses.”
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  • The American dollar is widely accepted across Mexico. However, do keep some change in the local currency.[17]Wise
    Can you use US dollars in Mexico?
    “The answer is often yes. However, when you spend USD cash in Mexico you’ll have to accept the exchange rate offered by the merchant…Most travelers find that they’re best off having a mixture of USD and MXN.”
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  • When scheduling your procedure in the summer months, do not forget to carry a hat, sunscreen, comfortable footwear, sunglasses, and casual cotton clothes.
  • The climate in Mexico is quite varied. So, it’s important to take the necessary precautions.


  • Try and drink only filtered water.
  • Avoid wearing expensive jewelry and watches.
  • Contact your cell phone service provider to get details of coverage and call rates for Mexico.

Still have some questions? Refer to the FAQs below!

FAQs on Dental Implants

Get all your dental implant queries answered below!

How much does teeth implants cost in Mexico?

The cost of teeth implants in Mexico starts from $790.

The same starts from $5,000 in the US, which means you save 84% in Mexico!

Similarly, all on 4 dental implants in Mexico cost $6,000 but go up to $24,000 in the US!

This leads to 75% savings in cost!

Is there a warranty on dental implants in Mexico?

Yes, some clinics in Mexico give a 2-5 year warranty for their dental implants.

Those who smoke might not be eligible for it.

To know more about the warranty, you can contact our dental tourism consultants.

Is it worth going to Mexico for dental implants?

It is worth going to Mexico for dental implants not just for the cost savings but also because:

  • Travel time is less due to proximity
  • Clinics are accredited by US associations such as ADA
  • Some of the clinics provide 2-5 year warranty for dental implants
  • The best dental implant brands are used such as Nobel Biocare & Straumann
  • Patient safety is ensured by following best sterilization practices such as using the Autoclave


Dental implants in Mexico can help you level up your smile.

Get treated at US-accredited clinics at 70% lesser cost than in the US!

Contact us today to get one step closer to your dream smile!


1. Science Direct: Osseointegration

2. FDA: Dental Implants

3. MDPI: Titanium Alloys for Dental Implants

4. Colgate: Porcelain Crowns and Your Valuable Smile

5. Colgate: Is Your Dental Implant Pain Normal?

6. Science Direct: Long-term (10-year) dental implant survival

7. Colgate: Dental Implant Surgery

8. MDPI: Smoking and Dental Implants

9. Colgate: Bridge Or Implant

10. Wiley Online Library: Oral health-related quality of life . . .

11. US Dept of State: Mexico International Travel Information

12. Forbes: How To Buy Car Insurance For Mexico

13. Aetna: Driving in Mexico

14. Wise: Can you use US dollars in Mexico?