Cost of Dental Implants in Colombia
|Titanium Implant, Abutment, with Porcelain Crown||$1,385|
|Zirconia Implant, Abutment, with Zirconia Crown||$1,500|
|"All on Four" (fixed acrylic bridge)||$7,895|
|"All on Six" (fixed acrylic bridge)||$9,580|
|Implant Supported Removeable Overdenture (4 implants)||$3,725|
|Bone Graft and Membrane||$420|
|Sinus Lift (bilateral)||$1,830|
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Getting Dental Implants in Colombia
Dental implant procedures are typically done in 2-3 phases, each 4-10 days in length.
Each phase comprises of 2-3 sessions, each lasting 2-3 hours.
First Phase: All patients are escorted to a nearby facility to take a 3D x-ray.
During the first phase, tooth extractions and/or bone grafts are performed if necessary, followed by the physical insertion of the implant (screw).
You will be given a strong local anesthesia, laughing gas, or IV sedation depending on the number of implants being done.
You will heal for 4-5 days before having a follow up exam. A bland diet is recommended. Pain medication will be provided.
Allow 4-6 months for the implant(s) to fuse to your jaw bone.
Optional temporary tooth solutions (flippers, partials, and/or dentures) are available to wear during this period.
Second Phase: Return for another 4-10 days depending on how many crowns are to be placed.
Types Of Dental Implants In Colombia
Individual Implants: Single implants of either titanium or zirconia, with an abutment, and a porcelain or zirconia crown.
Implant Supported Bridges: These bridges are held in place by individual implants opposed to crowned teeth.
Removable Implant Supported Overdentures: These dentures are snapped into place and held down by implants.
All On Four/All On Six: A whole jaw's worth of teeth are held down by either four or six implants.
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Frequently Asked Questions about Dental Implants
What are dental implants?
Dental implants are the most natural way to replace missing teeth. Typically made of titanium, dental implants are designed to replace the root structure of missing teeth, providing support and stability for replacement teeth. They are the longest-lasting solution available.
A dental implant is a replacement tooth made up of three parts: the root, abutment, and crown. The root is often made of titanium, an abutment or post is used as a connector, and then a porcelain crown is placed on top as your replacement tooth.
Who is a good candidate for dental implants?
Almost anyone who is missing a single tooth, multiple teeth, or all teeth are candidates for dental implants. Depending on your bone jaw density, you may need a bone graft and/or membrane.
What is the success rate of dental implants?
It varies from individual to individual and with health and habits. For a healthy individual with good oral hygiene and good health, dental implants are predictably successful with reported success rates above 90-95 percent.
How long do dental implants last?
Unlike natural teeth, dental implants are not susceptible to dental disease such as decay; however, the health of the gums is vital to maintaining lasting implant success.
With proper care of your teeth, these should last you the rest of your life.
How do I care for my dental implants?
They require exactly the same care as natural teeth: daily brushing and flossing, along with regular dental checkups and professional cleanings.
Are dental implants removable like dentures or do they stay in your mouth?
No, dental implants are fixed solidly in the bone and allow teeth to be replaced in a manner that is closest to natural teeth.
Why do so many people prefer dental implants?
Dental implants are the most natural looking and natural feeling replacement for missing teeth. They are fixed solidly in the bone and allow teeth to be replaced in a manner that is closest to natural teeth.
Unlike other tooth replacement options, dental implants don’t slip or click when you talk, laugh or eat. And they help keep your jawbone healthy, so that your facial structure stays intact.
What happens if I wait to get dental implants?
Tooth loss leads to bone loss, which may require a more complicated treatment in the future.
How do dental implants prevent bone loss?
The titanium posts of dental implants replace the function of natural tooth roots. By giving physical support to your jaw bone and stimulating bone strength through chewing, implants keep your jaw healthy over time.