All Services at St. Thomas Dental Center

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Implants replace tooth roots and support restorations to replace any number of missing teeth. When dental implants are placed in your jawbone, they bond with your natural bone, making them a permanent solution. Most people find the implant placement experience less painful than they expected. St.Thomas Dental Center has a 97% success rate for implant procedures.

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Zirconia Crowns

A crown is a cap that restores a tooth to its normal shape, size, and function. The process of a zirconia crown requires an appointment for the impressions, and a second appointment to place your crown. We use zirconia because it's biocompatible, indistinguishable from natural enamel, and more durable than metal porcelain crowns.

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This permanent denture is supported on just four implants. Depending on your bone structure, we can place a fixed temporary denture on the same day of your surgery. Once we place your implants, we need to wait 12 weeks for them to fuse to your bone. Then we can place your permanent denture. Some of the benefits of All-on-4® are jawbone preservation, a stable solution, and natural function.

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Teeth in One Day

This treatment restores the full set of upper and lower teeth using 4-8 specially designed implants in strategic positions on your arches where the bone density is the highest. To ensure complete accuracy, we create a surgical guide that is positioned over the jawbone to help place of the implants. One main advantage of this treatment is dentures that are stable, even when eating.

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Receiving dentures with us is a two-day process. On the first day, we will take impressions and build a wax model so you can test the shape, length, and color of your dentures and note any necessary changes. Your impressions are then sent to a lab, where they will fabricate your dentures. On the second day, your dentures will be ready. We also offer temporary dentures and denture relines.

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Laser Dentistry

This form of dentistry uses lasers to treat a number of different dental conditions. It became commercially used in clinical dental practice for procedures involving tooth tissues in 1989.
Laser dentistry potentially offers a more comfortable treatment option for a number of dental procedures involving hard or soft tissues compared to drills and other non-laser tools.

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Root Canals

Signs that you may need a root canal include severe tooth pain, swollen gums, prolonged sensitivity, and tooth discoloration. Root canal treatment is a straightforward procedure to relieve dental pain and save your tooth after a fracture, an abscess, or a deep cavity close to the nerve. It is no more painful than any other regular dental procedure.

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Surgical Procedures

Bone grafting is a surgical procedure to rebuild bone in the jaw after jawbone atrophy has occurred. The healing process takes three to four months, but everyone's body is different, so healing times vary. We also offer sinus lifts to make more room for dental implants to be safely secured in the upper jaw.


St. Thomas Dental Center

Welcome to St. Thomas Dental Center of Los Algodones, Mexico. We are a team of dental professionals led by Dr. Edgar S. Pelayo and Dr. Nalleley L. Acosta. We provide affordable and comprehensive dental care, including dental implants, to patients throughout North America. Our professional affiliations include:

  • ADA: American Dental Association
  • AAID: American Academy of Implant Dentistry
  • ITI: International Team for Implantology
  • ICOI: International Congress of Oral Implantologists
  • AGD: Academy of General Dentistry

To schedule an appointment, contact us online or call us at: (928) 554-2060

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