Interested in getting All on 4 dental implants in Mexico? We would like to help.
All on 4 dental implants by Nobel Biocare was a game changer when it came out several years ago. It continues to be an excellent full upper or lower teeth replacement procedure. Since then, other dental implant manufacturers have introduced their own line of implants using the same tilted dental implant technique.
Here at Dayo Dental, we work every day with All on 4 dental patients who go to Mexico to get this same procedure successfully at a much lower cost. You save tremendously.
The typical price for an All on 4 procedure in the US is $25,000 to $30,000 per arch. For the full mouth, you are looking at close to $60,000.
In Mexico, … Read More
Planning for your major oral surgery in Mexico? No one looks forward to oral surgery. But you can make it as convenient as possible. At the least, you can avoid surprises and minimize risks by being prepared.
The last thing you want is your dental surgery postponed – even worse, complications to arise while you are abroad.
Each month, we help dozens of Americans and Canadians travel to Mexico for oral surgery. We are confident that if you follow your doctor’s advice, you will be in good hands at any of Dayo Dental’s partner dentists.
Avoid hassles. Before you go to Mexico, learn how to prepare for oral surgery below.
(Note: These are non-comprehensive and pre-surgery general guidelines. They are not meant to replace the specific instructions provided by … Read More
This guide helps you understand the cost of full mouth dental implants in Mexico and US.
Imagine smiling with friends at your favorite steak joint. With your brand new perfect Hollywood smile, you bite on a medium-well steak with confidence.
Want to get your smile and confidence back? Full mouth dental implants are your best lifelong investment. You deserve it.
But, you don’t have to mortgage your house or dip into your retirement funds. Consider getting your dental implants in Mexico. You can save $5k – $15k. Some patients even save $20k – $50k for full mouth dental implants.
It’s often challenging to understand the cost of full mouth dental implants. Simply put, you would like an idea on the cost before you travel to Mexico. You’ve probably found yourself … Read More
Planning your Mexican dental vacation?
If you have a good Mexico dentist and you are set for your dental trip, that’s great.
Here are Top 9 Things to Help You Have a Successful Mexican dental vacation:Mexican Dental Vacation Tip#1: Don’t party too much
I don’t blame you. Just imagine your amazing trip to a nice resort overlooking white-sand beaches and blue-green waters of Cancun. Part of your hotel deal are all-inclusive food and yes, FREE drinks.
If you haven’t had a vacation in a while, why not make the most of it. Afterall, … Read More
Are you looking for the best dentist in Mexico?
Many Americans and Canadians get good dental work when they go to Mexico. However, some receive average or substandard quality. Just like anywhere you go, whether it’s the US, Canada or Mexico, you can find good dentists and bad dentists.
If you want to be successful at finding the best dentist in Mexico for your dental case, a little bit of research is a must. It’s your money, your appearance, and your health at stake. Trial and error is not practical with out-of-town dentistry. It’s also a bit hard just to trust nice looking websites and positive reviews online.
We had a young man who contacted us just recently after getting bad cosmetic dentistry in Mexico. He had most of his … Read More
Sometimes, we are left with the option of last resort: tooth extraction.
For many of us, the last memory of a tooth extraction is that time when we were a kid, the first time we saw a dentist. Fortunately, dental extraction technology has made great improvements in making tooth extraction as painless as possible nowadays.
But before you go to the dentist, it’s better to have an idea on the dental cost. How much is a tooth extraction?
In order to answer that question, it’s important for you to know that there are 3 major classifications of dental extractions:
1. Regular (Simple) Extraction
2. Surgical Extraction
3. Wisdom Teeth ExtractionHow much is a simple tooth extraction?
An extraction is classified as regular (simple) type of extraction because the … Read More
This article explains the teeth number and names used in the US and Mexico.
Have you ever struggled reading your dental treatment plan from your local dentist? Sometimes, it feels like deciphering a difficult table from a college statistics book.
Surveys show that most patients have difficulty understanding one of the most significant documents they are likely to encounter in the course of treatment – their dentist’s treatment plan. The treatment plans are presented based on ADA codes and abbreviated procedure names, not it layman terms you can understand. Unless someone in the clinic explains it thoroughly, it’s a struggle.
We want to help you take charge of your own dental care. So let’s start at the fundamentals – teeth numbers and names.Teeth Numbers Chart
Most of us … Read More
Do you drink the water when you go to Mexico? The answer to this question is different for every person. This is true for local Mexicans, Americans and Canadians.
If you ask Dayo Dental staff, we’ve drunk tap water in our Mexico dental destinations, and we were fine. But to be extra cautious, we just buy bottled water to drink when we are on the road.
It’s just like travelling to Europe. In most locations, you can drink the tap water. In other locations, it’s best to be cautious. But foreigners usually just buy bottled water, because they are not used to the local water.
But what about when you sit on the dental chair? Is your Mexico dentist using safe drinking water?
Most Mexico dentists we’ve encountered use … Read More
As a dental tourist, you’ll get the biggest savings and value by travelling to Mexico for dental implants. The difference between how much dental implants cost in Mexico vs the US or Canada is in the thousands. With just one single tooth implant, you can justify the short travel to Mexico, especially if you can just drive to the US / Mexico border.
How much are dental implants in Mexico? The average cost of dental implants in Mexico from a good Mexican dentist is $1400 – $1800. That includes all the components of a full tooth replacement – the cost of the titanium post, abutment, and porcelain crown. The corresponding cost of a full tooth replacement in the US is $3500 – $5500. In the Canada, the average cost … Read More
Many Americans and Canadians travel to border cities such as Los Algodones, Mexico for dental care. When you visit a dentist in Mexico, he will write you a prescription for pain or antibiotics after procedures such as extraction or dental surgery. You’ll be able to buy prescription meds from any of the number of discount Mexican pharmacies located across the border and bring it back to the US.
Actually, thousands of Americans and Canadians cross the US-Mexico border for cheap prescription meds. During the winter time, it’s common to find long lines of people in Algodones, most of which travelled to Mexico to buy discount prescription medications.
So, we decided to share what we know about buying discount meds from Mexico.Top 8 Questions Regarding Buying Prescription Meds from Mexico… Read More
New on the Blog
- 6 Crucial Tips for Getting All on 4 Dental Implants in Mexico
- How to prepare for major oral surgery in Mexico
- What is the Cost of Full Mouth Dental Implants in Mexico?
- What Not To Do on Your Mexican Dental Vacation
- Top 12 Tips to Find the Best Dentist in Mexico
- How much is a tooth extraction? Compare Average Cost.
- Teeth Numbers and Names: A First Step in Understanding Your Treatment Plan
- Mexico Dentistry: Is it safe to drink the water?
- How much are dental implants in Mexico?
- What are the rules on buying prescription meds from Mexico?