So, you are considering to go to Mexico to see a dentist. Unless you live for the spontaneous thrill of not knowing what to expect during your dental tour, we highly recommend that you research your options. Traveling to Mexico for dentistry is one of the best healthcare options available to Americans. Thousands of Americans have traveled just south of the Mexico border for high quality dental services at prices that are 70% less than comparable U.S. prices.
However, if you search online, you’ll find dozens of listings of Mexican dentists promising top quality care. Mexican border towns such as Los Algodones, Tijuana, Nogales, Puerto Penasco and Juarez have hundreds of Mexican dentists. Who should you choose? … Read More
Dental and medical tourism has become a very popular concept all over the United States and in places like Mexico that supports this kind of tourism, it is a fast growing sector. There are plenty of very valid reasons why a lot of people in the United States come to us for our services in dental and medical tourism Mexico, proximity, prices and quality are just some of these. Pricing is probably the most popular of the 3 since a lot of people in the United States do not have dental insurance and any kind of treatment can cost a small fortune. If you need dental treatment, here are some of the reasons that you should consider our services across the border:Low costs with no compromise
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Today, there are many Americans who travel to foreign countries such as Mexico for their dental work, despite the convenience of visiting their local U.S. dentist which are just a few blocks away from their house. The lure of Mexican dental tourism is price and quality.
Every year, many Americans travel south of the border because of lack of dental insurance or inadequate dental insurance. Dental tourists include clients just passing by for a $30 dental cleaning all the way to clients in need of full mouth restoration, but have been quoted $30,000 to $50,000 by their U.S. dentist.History of Dental Tourism in Mexico