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Lynda: All on 4 Dental Implants Success Story!!

We would like thank our dear patient Lynda, who came all the way from New York to change her life. She’s so happy she can eat and talk normally again after she got the All on 4 procedure. The All on 4 procedure was developed by Doctor Malo, who discovered that by placing two dental implants in an angle and two vertical on the front could provide increased stability to a screw retained titanium bar with new teeth. Lynda is so happy that she came here and regards we did an excellent job with her new makeover smile.

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Dental Implants costs solutions

How to avoid ‘catastrophic dental health expenditure’ (CDHE)

About 20% of Americans struggle to pay medical bills and 60% of bankruptcies are due to medical bills. The high cost of dental care can put considerable strain on household finances. Several studies have identified this as a ‘catastrophic dental health expenditure‘ or CDHE for short. Expenditure was defined as catastrophic if it was equal to or higher than 40% of the household’s capacity to pay.

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Pregnant woman dental health

ALERT! Dental health is vital for Pregnant Women’s well-being!

When a woman realizes she is pregnant she focuses on improving her overall health. She starts to eat better, takes necessary supplements and tries to avoid any hazardous activities. What many might overlook is how much the dental health of an expectant mother might influence on her pregnancy.  Research has indicated that women with periodontal disease may be at risk of adverse pregnancy outcomes, such giving birth to a pre-term or low-birth weight baby, reports the American Academy of Periodontology (AAP) and the European Federation of Periodontology (EFP).

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Dental Implants for Diabetic patients Smile

Happy Patient Robert – New Smile

We were privileged to have Robert from Washington visiting us last month. He is a retiree who used to give maintenance to defense airplanes. Robert started to lose his teeth because of his diabetic condition and because of this he had previous extensive dental work done on the States. Most of the results had been good but he knew he needed something definitive to get back his smile.

Robert looked up his options on the internet and found out about our dental clinic in Cancun. He decided we were the best choice to renew his teeth. We use Grade 5 Titanium implants, which is an alloy that has the highest bio-compatibility rate with human tissue and bone, perfect for dental work. Similar treatments on USA and Canada would cost several thousand dollars, but you can get them done here in Cancun for much less than that. You can save up to 70% of the usual rates. He’s pictured above with our Mexican doctor Cesar Ibañez, who specializes on dental implants.

Robert left through our doors with a huge smile and we want you smiling too! This is not the first time he have treated someone with diabetes. Even if you are diabetic you can also have dental implants. You will have to let us know when sending your x-rays about your condition. Also, talk to your doctor about possibly having small surgery to see if he has any additional indications to keep in mind.   Start the change today and contact our offices by calling toll free from the USA or Canada at 1-800-701-6039 or send us your x-rays and photos so our doctors can evaluate your case, give you advice and see if your are candidate for dental implants, all on 4, all on 6 or even Snap in Dentures. Get the smile of your dreams just like you always wanted! YOU DESERVE IT!

 

 

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Smile Makeover with Dental Implants in Cancun

To Smile After Chemo

We have come to realize one important thing while working for so many years with dental implants. Several patients who have had chemotherapy were not warned about the possible side effects on their mouths, like tooth decay, falling teeth, gum infection and more.

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Dental Hygiene and Care at Dental Implants Vacations

Increased benefits of dental implants on women with Osteoporosis

Xray Dental Implants VacationsOsteoporosis is estimated to affect 200 million women worldwide – approximately one-tenth of women aged 60, one-fifth of women aged 70, two-fifths of women aged 80 and two-thirds of women aged 90. Of those, 9 million women are in USA alone. What does this have to do with dental implants? Well, with age, it has been shown that postmenopausal women are at greater risk of losing their teeth, entering a cycle of bone loss on her jaw and maxilla.

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