Third Molars Surgery
|Surgical removal of all four impacted third molars, under Intra-Venous sedation||
|Insertion of dental implants under local anesthesia with adequate bone density (per implant)||
Note: if mineralized bone and a collagen membrane are required to adequately cover the implant, there will be an additional charge of approximately $ 230.00.
Note: If the anesthesia method of choice is Intra-Venous sedation, the charge for this type of anesthesia and for the anesthesiologist´s fees will be estimated according to the duration of surgery:
|Each additional half -hour||
The choice of anesthesia is a result of a dialogue between between the patient and the dental Surgeon.
Note: These costs refer only to the surgical aspect of dental implants. The placement of crowns and dentures is performed by our in-house prosthodontist, Estuardo Rodriguez Jr. DDS
Sinus Lift and Bone Grafting Surgeries
|Unilateral sinus lift with local anesthesia||
|Unilateral sinus lift with I.V. sedation||
|Bilateral sinus lift with I.V. sedation||
|Bone reconstruction 1 sinus with autogenous (patient’s own) bone graft, with I.V. sedation||
|Bone reconstruction 2 sinus with autogenous bone graft, with I.V. sedation||
|Bone reconstruction with autogenous bone|
|Genioplasty (chin augmentation)||
|Mandibular advancement and genioplasty||
|Maxillary advancement surgery with bone grafting||
|Bimaxillary surgery with genioplasty||
|Bimaxillary surgery with bone grafting||
|Bimaxillary surgery with genioplasty and bone grafting||
All maxillofacial surgeries are considered major surgery.
The approximate total cost includes the following
- Fees Maxillofacial surgeon, surgical assistants and anesthesiologist
- Operating room expenses
- As well as pre-surgical as post-surgical visits.
The pricelist does not include:
- Medical check ups and required lab tests prior to surgeries ( Click here to see what is required in submenu: Requisits pre-op)
- 7% local bank fee transaction if you pay with credit card and local tax (= Value Added Tax: 12%)