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Where to Get Cheap Dental Implants?

Losing teeth can be traumatic and impact your oral well-being. Psychological effects of tooth loss and the inability to speak clearly add to social awkwardness. Nevertheless, there are a number of options to replace missing teeth, including dental implants.

Savings With Dental Implants

But it can be very challenging to decide the cheapest place for dental implants without comprising on quality. Fortunately, there is no dearth of options to choose from!

People seeking low cost dental implants can opt for dental tourism where they can save up to 70% just by making a trip to a clinic abroad. So, where can one go to get affordable dental implants? You can travel to countries like Mexico, Costa Rica, and Thailand to avail the best prices for dental implants.

Did You Know?

Over 35 million Americans are either edentulous or missing teeth in one of the jaws.1 Do not be a statistic! Contact us now to know more about cheap dental implants abroad!

Dental Tourism Destinations for Affordable Implants

Option 1: Mexico

One can save almost 70% of the US prices by traveling to Mexico for dental work. Our network clinics offer good quality treatment for dental implants in Mexico coupled with affordability.

You can choose from a variety of dental implants including ClearChoice, MegaGen and Nobel Biocare. Below is the table showing cost single implant, all on 4 and all on 6-8 dental implants in different locations in Mexico:

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Type of Implant Los Algodones Tijuana Cancun
Single Implant From $800 From $750


From $910
All on 4 From $9,000

with fixed acrylic bridge (upper or lower arch)

From $8,900


 All on 6 From $8,500 (upper or lower arch) From $8,000 From $12,000
Nobel Biocare All on 6 From $11,400 (upper or lower arch) From $10,500
All on 8 System From $10,000

Los Algodones

In the recent years, Los Algodones has become a popular dental tourism attraction earning itself the sobriquet of the “Molar Capital of the World.”

A newly opened MediPlaza at our network dental clinic in Los Algodones caters to all the needs of the dental travelers. It includes spa treatments, cafe, restaurants and lodging options with plenty of parking in its basement.

Reaching Los Algodones

The Mexican border town is less than ten miles west of Yuma, Arizona. This self-proclaimed “Dental Mecca” offers plenty of tourism options to dental travelers.

Our Clinic Location

From the Andrade Border Crossing, our clinic is just 2 blocks away at the Alamo Street.

Why Choose Los Algodones For Dental Implants?

What Makes Us Unique?

Here are some of the features of the facility which make it a worthwhile option for dental implants in Los Algodones:

  • ADA (American Dental Academy) member clinic
  • Skilled staff with over 5-30 years of experience
  • Awarded “International Patient Services Certification” by the MTA (Medical Tourism Association)
  • On-site lab support
  • CAD/CAM Technology
  • Dental Laser Technology
  • Facility of CT-Scan and Digital Panoramic X-rays on premise
  • Complimentary travel from Airport/Clinic/Hotel
  • FREE Internet and telephone calls to the US and Canada
  • Cheap dental implants payment plans


Tijuana is a bustling Mexican border town, just south of California. The city offers a host of tourist attractions like Avenida Revolucion, Playas de Tijuana and Tijuana Cultural Center (CECUT).

Reaching Tijuana

Tijuana or TJ as it is popularly known is nearly twenty minutes from the San Diego International Airport (IATA: SAN).

The border crossing at San Ysdiro is open 24*7. If you prefer driving, park your vehicle at the US side of the border or drive into Mexico (for which an auto insurance is compulsory).

Tijuana Mexico

Did You Know?
The San Ysidro port of entry – separating Tijuana, Mexico from San Diego, US, is the busiest land border crossing in the world!

Our Clinic Location

Our network clinic in TJ is about 20 minutes away from the San Ysidro border crossing.

Highlights of Our Tijuana Clinic

  • Full service clinic
  • 8 state-of-the-art operatories
  • Only ADA (American Dental Association) approved material used
  • Conveniently located
  • FREE shuttle service
  • On-site laboratory
  • Cafeteria
  • FREE Wi-Fi and calls to US and Canada
  • Facilities for accompanying guests

Puerto Vallarta

Puerto Vallarta is popularly known as the resort town of Mexico. There are multitude of activities that one can indulge in like water sports, boat trips, scuba diving, snorkeling and fishing.

Reaching Puerto Vallarta

Easy accessibility, safety and availability of varied medical services make it immensely popular among international vacationers.

It is served by its own international airport – Gustavo Diaz Ordaz (PVR). Flights from Canada and the US are easily available to Puerto Vallarta (IATA: PVR). The flight timings are fairly short with direct flights available from the major US cities.

Awards and Accreditations of PVR Clinic

  • Mexican Dental Association
  • Mexican Association of Periodontology
  • BIOMET 3i Education Program (International)


Reaching Cancun

Cancun is served by its own airport – the Cancun International Airport (IATA: CUN). Our clinic is nearly 20 mins away from the international airport and complimentary transfers are also provided to those coming in for dental implants in Cancun (terms and conditions apply).

Why Choose Cancun?

  • Accredited by the GCR (Global Clinic Rating) for maintaining international clinic standards
  • Bilingual doctors and staff
  • Transportation facility
  • FREE initial consultation
  • No waiting time
  • All modes of payment accepted

Why Choose Cancun For Dental Implants

Option 2 – Thailand

Our network dental clinic in Bangkok, Thailand is the only one in the region to have an ISO 9001:2008 certification for both the clinic and the lab. We also offer dental implants in Phuket, Patong, and Pattaya.

Reaching Bangkok

The capital city of Thailand can be reached via the following options:

By Air

The two airports serving Bangkok, Thailand are:

  • Suvarnabhumi Airport
  • Don Mueang International Airport

Our clinic is less than an hour’s drive from both the airports.

For more information on travelling to Bangkok, Thailand for affordable dental implants, contact us through our FREE Estimate form.

Why Choose Thailand for Dental Implants?

Clinic features include:

  • Contemporary dental technology
  • 3D CAD-CAM technology
  • In-house dental lab

Partnership with Malo Clinic Worldwide

Our Bangkok-based dental group is part of the Malo Clinic in which individuals can take advantage of their International Patient Guarantee Program. Under the Guarantee Program, follow-up and check-ups can be performed worldwide at any Malo Clinic.

Awards and Recognition

  • Our network Thailand group is an ISO 9001:2008 Certified by the Bureau Veritas
  • Joint Commission International (JCI) compliance certification
  • Awarded Nobel Biocare Authorized Clinic Award

Features of Thailand Based Dental Clinic

Cost of Dental Implants in Bangkok, Thailand

Check out the estimated exchange rate for American, Australian and New Zealand Dollar:

1 US Dollar 1 AUS Dollar 1 NZ Dollar
1 Thai Baht 31.63 24.69 23.14

Note: Exchange rates as of Feb, 2018

Dental Implant Prices in Thailand converted to Australian, New Zealand and US dollars below:

Dental Implant THB AUD NZD USD
All-On-4™ with MALO Technique by Nobel Biocare (cost per jaw) From 300,000 12200 13268 9199
4 Implants and 10 Porcelain Bridges by Nobel Biocare From 380,000 15454 16807 11652

Note: Exchange rate as per the surgery day will apply

Option 3:

Costa Rica

Costa Rica is a Central American country bordered by Nicaragua to the north and Panama to the south. It is known for its wildlife, beaches and nightlife. Costa Rica’s capital city – San Jose, is famous among tourists for its medical facilities and healthcare.

Reaching Costa Rica

Costa Rica is served by two international airports:

  • Liberia International Airport (IATA: LIR, ICAO: MRLB)
  • Juan Santamaría International Airport (IATA: SJO, ICAO: MROC)

The full-service dental clinic we work with is located at a prime location in San Jose, Costa Rica, and is just 11 miles from the Juan Santamaría International Airport.

Costa Rica Based Dental Clinic

Highlights of Our Network Dental Clinic

The clinic has all contemporary dental technology to make your treatment safe and satisfying. The facilities include:

  • 8 fully functional operating rooms
  • Sophisticated dental implant technology
  • On-site dental lab
  • Lifetime warranty (TnC apply)
  • Free Internet access and international phone calls
  • CAD/CAM technology
  • 3D dental imaging
  • Assistance with documentation and appointment scheduling
  • FREE of charge transportation to hotel/clinic/airport

Comfortable Waiting Area


  • Accredited by the AAAASF (American Association for Accreditation of Ambulatory Surgery Facilities)
  • Accredited by PROMED

Dental Affiliations

The dental group is also affiliated to the following:

  • ADA (The American Dental Association)
  • The International Congress of Oral Implantologists (ICOI)
  • American Academy of Implant Dentistry (AAID)
  • Locally affiliated to The Association of Dental Surgeons of Costa Rica

In-House Dental Lab

How Much do Dental Implants Cost in Costa Rica?

The cost of a tooth implant in Costa Rica starts at $650, compared to $4,000 in the USA.

Below is the procedure and cost for dental implants and full mouth restoration in Costa Rica:

Procedure Cost
Dental Implant (one piece-immediate load) Starts at $650
All on 4 From $13,500 (per dental arch)
All on 6/All on 8 From $9,725/$12,725 (upper or lower)


Renew your smile with dental implants! Get in touch with us now and avail discount dental implant packages.

What are Dental Implants?

A dental implant can be defined as an artificial tooth root which holds the dental crown, bridge, or denture in place. It is made of a bio-compatible material which fuses with the jawbone.

Unlike traditional alternatives, dental implants cannot be taken out of the mouth because they are surgically placed in the jawbone.

Benefits of Dental Implants

High Success Rate

A 2017 study by F. De Angelis and colleagues suggests a survival rate of 91.96% at 10-18 years of follow-up for dental implants. 2

Dental Implants Survival Rate


Did you know?
As of 2011-12, 91% Americans aged 20-64 had dental caries in permanent teeth.3

Renewed Smile and Confidence

Most of our clients are happy with dental implants because of enhanced appearance and smile. Read more about dental implant reviews in the testimonial section.

Aesthetically Appealing

Dental implants are termed as close to natural teeth because they mimic the latter.

Prevent Bone Loss

As per the AAID (American Academy of Implant Dentistry), dental implants preserve and stimulate natural bone and prevent bone loss.


Dental implants are surgically inserted into the jawbone thus giving lasting results.

Freedom from Dentures

Denture wearers sure know the pain and uneasiness caused by them. They wobble inside the mouth and sometimes even cause trouble while speaking. But dental implants are stable and don’t move around in the mouth.

Do Not Interfere With Adjacent Teeth

Unlike bridges, dental implants don’t need grinding down of adjacent teeth. Instead, they provide a solid foundation for overdentures and alike.

Nearly 3 million Americans have already got dental implants and this number is growing at an annual rate of 500,000 1

Prevents Facial Sagging

When the teeth are missing, the facial skin tends to sag and gives a much older look. But with dental implants, the skin does not sag. Instead, they give a much younger look.

Dental Implants Benefits 1

Alternatives to Dental Implants

Some of the non-implant alternatives include:

Tooth-Supported Bridges

If a single tooth needs to be restored then a fixed bridge is frequently used. It is supported by natural teeth and is the most common option to an implant-supported restoration. In a bridge, the replacement tooth is called a pontic and is fixed in between the two crowns.

In a bridge, the neighboring teeth are grinded or prepared for receiving a dental crown, whereas, a dental implant is self-supporting and does not need support of the adjoining teeth.

Dentures and Overdentures

A traditional denture is held in place with clasps or adhesives by the adjacent teeth. Although not as stable as dental implants, it still widely used for replacement of missing teeth.

Overdentures are referred to as implant-retained dentures.


These are implants topped with dentures.

So, how much do full denture implants cost? We are sharing the prices of dentures and overdentures in Los Algodones, Mexico:

Dentures/Overdentures Los Algodones
Partial Denture, Metal and Flexible Frame Less Than $500
Full Denture, Immediate or Healing (Upper or Lower) Less Than $300
Implant Supported Overdenture, Removable (with 2 implants) Less Than $2,700
Implant Supported Overdenture, Removable (with 3 implants) Less Than $3,800


Besides being used as a cover or cap for damaged teeth, a crown can also be used to enhance the shape or alignment of teeth. They are available in various materials, such as porcelain-fused-to-metal, gold and ceramic crowns.

DentaVacation attributes its success to the clinics and dental professionals it works with. We facilitate various medical procedures coupled with abundant guidance from our team of professionals.

Dental implants can be life changing for those suffering from tooth loss or edentulism (no teeth). They give individuals a second chance for a healthy and beautiful smile.

Know more about our network clinics offering the cheapest dental implants in Mexico, Thailand and Costa Rica. Contact us now!


  1. “Dental Implants Facts and Figures”, American Academy of Implant Dentistry, Accessed on 16 Feb. 2018
  2. De Angelis, P. Papi, F. Mencio, D. Rosella, S. Di Carlo, G. Pompa. Implant survival and success rates in patients with risk factors: results from a long-term retrospective study with a 10 to 18 years follow-up, Eur Rev Med Pharmacol Sci. Year: 2017.
  3. Dye BA, Thornton-Evans G, Li X, Iafolla TJ. Dental caries and tooth loss in adults in the United States, 2011–2012. NCHS data brief, no 197. Hyattsville, MD: National Center for Health Statistics. 2015.