Smile with Confidence Again: Dental Implants

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Our in-house dental implant specialist have years of experience working with unitary implants and bridges.

More Than 500 Happy Faces with New Smiles

Three Steps to a Beautiful Smile

From your first sit down with our lead implant specialist you should expect the process to take one to three months with multiple visits scheduled out as it follows:

Step 1
The Initial Consultation

Assessment of case with X-Rays and impressions to determine optimal treatment plan.

Step 2
Extraction & Preparation

The treatment begins with extractions (if applicable) and prepare your jawbone for the new implant.

Step 3
Implant Placement

Once jawbone is healed we place your abutment, and following satisfactory healing we can install the permanent implant.

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Great and welcoming dentist office. All of the dentists are very detailed and explain every treatment and option available to fit your needs and wants. They offer a ride service where you can get picked up from the border and taken to the office which is very convenient, the office is not far from the border as well…

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Awesome people working there, high quality work, and a price I am very happy with.
I didn’t have Novocaine, which was a first, but no pain was amazing! This is the first dentist that I actually want to go back to.

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I had a great experience with Allo Dental. My regular dentist recommended a treatment worth $3,200, but Allo Dental said I had been oversold by my regular dentist.
In the end, they just charged me $245. I highly recommend Allo Dental.


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Once you submit the form our Patient Relationship Manager will reach out within 1-2 days to answer any questions, review eligibility, and schedule your initial consultation if you are a good fit.

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Meet Your Doctor

Dr. Karina Martinez, Implants Specialist & Partner

Periodontal specialist who studied at Universidad AME Monterrey with an advanced degree in implantology.

Got Questions? We Have Answers

Dental implants are artificial tooth roots that are surgically placed in the jawbone to replace missing teeth. They are made of titanium or other materials that are compatible with the body, and they are designed to fuse with the bone over time.


To be a good candidate for dental implants, you should be in good overall health and have enough bone in your jaw to support the implant. You should also have healthy gums and be committed to maintaining good oral hygiene.


The implant process typically takes several months to complete, as it involves multiple stages. The first stage involves surgically placing the implant in the jawbone, followed by a healing period of several months.

After the implant has fused with the bone, an abutment is placed on top of the implant, and a crown is attached to the abutment.

All-on-4 is for patients missing all their teeth, while unitary implants are for those missing one or a few teeth.

All-on-4 involves placing four implants to support a full arch of teeth, while unitary implants involve placing a single implant to support a single replacement tooth.

Unitary implants are significantly cheaper and faster to treat than All-on-4 when the case is right.

Dental implants are designed to be a permanent solution for missing teeth, and with proper care, they can last a lifetime. However, the longevity of the implant depends on factors such as the patient’s oral hygiene habits, the quality of the bone in the jaw, and the overall health of the patient.

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