Mexico is quickly expanding its dental tourism industry, with multiple advantages including affordable dental treatments, proximity to US, and high quality of services. Americans seeking low-cost dental treatments are flocking to this Latin American country to gain from the growth of dental tourism in Mexico.
Many US citizens do not have dental insurance, spiralling dental costs upwards. Hence, the low costs are a major draw to dental care in Mexico, with costs falling as low as 50 to 70 percent of US costs, though that is not the only reason. Most of the dentists here have been trained in US & UK. Availability of highly skilled and experienced dental surgeons is also one of the reasons for growth of dental tourism in Mexico.
Why Mexico is a popular dental tourism destination?
Low cost of dentist procedures: Cost of dental implants in Mexico is around 50 to 70 percent of what the costs in US. Other dental procedures are also significantly low-priced. The prohibitive costs of dental procedures, coupled with the fact that many Americans do not have dental insurance, has resulted in a surge of American dental tourists in this Latin American country. International tourists are finding the extremely low costs for dental procedures extremely attractive.
Quality of care: Most of the dental clinics in Mexico use state of the art technology and follow OSHA regulation for hygiene standards. Mexico Dental Association, the professional dental body of the country, is a regular member of the World Dental Federation, ensuring there is a standard system of quality control and assessment. Many dentists in Mexico are trained in US, UK and are highly experienced in dentistry. Thus you need not to worry about quality of dental work as it matches the US standards.
Proximity: Most border towns of Mexico are extremely popular with dental tourists, because of their proximity to US and Canada. Also, since dental patients save so much by getting their dental procedure done in Mexico, even air travel costs will not put a heavy dent on your pocket.
Air connectivity: According to data from the Mexican airport system, there are a total of 85 airports in the country, 59 categorized as international, while the remaining 26 provide domestic service. The international airports have direct flights to dozens of different major cities within the U.S, Canada and European countries.
Wide range of dental procedures: Due to the large number of highly skilled dentists, aided by good technology a wide range of dental procedures are available in Mexico. These include everything from veneers, orthodontic treatment, dental implants, dental crowns & caps, dental bridges, dentures, full mouth restoration and much more.
Great Dental Holiday: Mexico is known for its vibrant culture and cuisine, and is a great way to unwind from your hectic life. Go relax at one of the numerous sandy beaches, or gaze in awe at one of the New Wonders of the World, Chichen Itza, or just spend a day exploring nature’s wonders like Pinacate Peaks, Sea of Cortez and much more.
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