Cost-Effective Dental Implants in Lima

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July 5, 2019

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Dental implants in Lima Peru are a cost-effective way to replace missing teeth. A dental implant in North America can top US$2000 or more, each! …and that’s before you get the abutment and crown on stage two. Dental implants cost less in Lima because utilities and services are less costly, but that does not mean you are getting an inferior product. Quite the opposite, actually. High-quality dental implants that would cost a fortune in the USA are reasonably priced and very accessible in Lima.

Dental Implants: Stage 1

The placement of dental implants is much simpler than most people think but you will need to make 2 trips to Lima because this is a two-stage procedure.

You should plan a trip to Lima for a minimum period of three days for this initial stage of treatment. Consultation, treatment planning, and dental implant placement all happen on the same appointment. If you choose sedation, this helps you to feel more relaxed and some people even sleep through the process.

Before the placement of the dental implant, the first stage is the 3D diagnosis and planning. This 3D planning allows the surgeon to select the best areas of bone, decide if additional bone would be beneficial with bone grafting, as well as selecting the size, angle (positioning), and type of dental implant to be used.

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Placement takes about 30 minutes per implant with the aid of a 3D printed surgical guide.

A surgical guide is a special tool that allows the surgeon to follow the correct trajectory in the placement protocol, thus achieving a perfectly precise implant placement as previously planned by three-dimensional software during the consultation.

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Once the implants are placed, you can leave to rest and relax, always following our post-care instructions and taking the prescribed medication. The implantologist will see you a few days later for check-up and discharge.

If you are missing a full arch of teeth, please click here to read about options for this treatment.

Dental Implants: Stage 2

Healing normally takes 3 months for the bone to grow around the threads of the dental implants and integrate, becoming strong and ready for the final phase. This includes a crown and an abutment. The abutment is used to connect the implant to the crown and hold everything in place.

This final phase of the dental implants procedure should be planned with a minimum stay of just one or two days. The abutment and crown can be custom designed and made by Cerec 3D CAD CAM system, meaning it takes just one appointment. This option uses reinforced E.Max or Zirconium ceramic to make sure the restoration is very strong and superbly aesthetic.

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Dental Implant Crown

Possible Risks:

We’ll give you full post-care instructions and a prescription for medication to make sure your treatment is a success. We will also be on call and available for any questions or concerns you might have in the following days.

While all surgical procedures involve some risk, dental implants have a high success rate as integration is a very natural process. Studies show that failures happen in only about 2% of cases, normally due to non-integration. In the unlikely event that one of your dental implants fail, our doctor has a warranty and will replace it.

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Get in Touch to ask us anything about dental implants

Contact us for more information about dental implants by sending us a message through our online form clicking here, or sending us a WhatsApp message to this number: 00 51 977 547 437

Comments

  • Jason steinJuly 2, 2018

    Hello, I am interested in coming to Lima to have 2 dental implants done. I am wondering if you could give me more information such as the doctors name and credentials who would be best suited for doing this procedure. Also name and location of the facility (clinic) where work would be done, pricing, and anything else you feel I should know about the process.
    Thank you!

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    • Lloyd HannisJuly 2, 2018

      Hello Jason,
      Thank you for the comment on our blog. We’re emailing you the information you asked for.
      Cheers 🙂

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    • LuisNovember 13, 2018

      I’ve just read that you need a two-stage procedure for teeth implants, having the second stage after 3 months… Did I understand correctly ??
      I am attaching an Ad which shows only one day for the two stages … is that a new technology….would it be more expensive than your two stage procedure????

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  • LuisNovember 13, 2018

    I am back to send you the link about my question

    http://www.teethnextday.com/?keyword=all%20on%204%20dental%20implants&gclid=EAIaIQobChMIxrmY6NrR3gIVjoTICh38LQP5EAEYASAAEgLcPfD_BwE

    Sorry and Thanh you

    Sorry

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    • Lloyd HannisNovember 13, 2018

      Hello Luis. Yes, normally it is a two-stage procedure. However, in some circumstances, yes, dental implants can be completed in just one session – including the placement of the implant body, abutment and crowns/denture. However, the bone must be in optimal condition for this procedure. We will email you some additional information today.

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  • LauraFebruary 20, 2019

    I am interested in information about the best dentists to do this work. Thank you

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  • Erin MadsenApril 20, 2019

    Hello. I am looking for a dental implant for a lower permanent tooth for my 18 year old son. He was born without a permanent tooth. The baby tooth is still intact. We currently live in Lima. What is the estimated cost? Thank you.

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    • Lloyd HannisApril 21, 2019

      Hola Erin. We sent you an email with all the details. Hope to see you soon!

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  • Patricia TenoreMay 6, 2019

    April 6, 2019 Good morning,
    I am expecting my crown to fall out soon. It was re-cemented over a year ago but I had it put back again for the second time. It has only been two weeks and will probably fall out. I’ve been told that there is not enough tooth to adhere to the post and the tooth has some decay. No possibility of a bridge. I am interested in having the in implant done in Lima. Will I need to have a flipper made here in Melbourne, Florida ($500) to conceal the missing crown, tooth #6, and have the extraction before traveling to Lima? Or will you do the preparatory, extraction and surgery and flipper in Lima so that I don’t have any expenses where I live? The tooth is in the upper front and I will need the gap to be concealed. The other option is to have the extraction and flipper done here and then travel to Lima for the surgery later on.
    Thank you for the consideration,
    Pat Tenore

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    • Lloyd HannisMay 7, 2019

      Hello Pat! You have some good questions 🙂
      Actually, most of our treatments consist of extraction, implant placement and temporary tooth all together on one trip to Lima. This way, you can eliminate the cost of treatments back home. We can do this because of the integration of 3D technology that we use. I’ll email you more details today. Cheers!

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  • Michelle O’ConnorJune 21, 2019

    I am going to Peru for 5 weeks hoping to get an implant, if I can’t get it completed in this time can I do the first stage there and then do the second stage back in Australia? Also, what is the estimated cost of an implant in Peru? Thanks

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    • Lloyd HannisJune 21, 2019

      Yes, absolutely you can do stage one here in Lima and complete treatment in Australia. In case your bone is in optimal condition, perhaps we can do the whole procedure in a short time frame. I will write to you by email with more information. Thanks!!

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  • Erdwyn GrossSeptember 3, 2019

    Hi,
    Could you give me an estimate cost for two teeth impatients please?
    I have relatives in Lima and if the price right, i might go pretty soon.
    Could you also indicate the Clinic Name?

    Reply

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