We all have fears, some fears can be explained and others are just scary. Many of us fear the Dentist, the question is should we fear the dentist? With today’s technological advancements, continuous knowledge and medical improvements, there is no reason for you to fear the dentist. Now, imagine that your visit to the dentist can actually become a vacation. How it that possible, you may ask? Our friends in the National Public Radio; can provide us more details.
We invite you to hear the audio: A Reason to Smile: Mexican Town Is a Destination for Dental Tourism
Why NPR Chose Sani Dental Group
The National Public Radio is a non-profit organization which operates, with public and private funding. On February 26, 1970 the National Education Radio Network was replace by theNational Public Radio. The NPR is responsible for the production and distribution of news and cultural programming. Their mission’s is to work with other radio stations to produce a more educated public. To accomplish this NPR has committed to produce and distribute programs that meet the highest standards in journalism and expression.
Without a doubt the National Public Radio, is the best public network to transmit knowledge, news and culture. When representative Ted Robbins traveled to the city of Los Algodones, he was looking for the best dental clinic the city had to offered. Who did Ted chose? He selected Sani Dental Group, not only are we the largest dental clinic in the city, Sani Dentalis algo the most equipped.
In Sani Dental Group case, they count with more than 25 profesional representatives that want to restore your smile and provide the best dental experience you can have. In the National Public Radio case, their broadcasting system is made up of professional that want to provide the public, many interesting topics, a wide variety of tips, cultural information and medical treatments or recommendations. The NPR as it is now called; has programing for everyone, so no more need for formalities.
A Reason to Smile – Why visit Los Algodones
Recently the National Public Radio published the post: A reason to Smile, in which they speak of a small town in Baja California, Mexico; the town: the city of Los Algodones. Thousands of people visit every day the city of Los Algodones to receive all the benefits the city has to offer. The city of Los Algodones is on the border of Arizona, USA and is consider the capital of dental tourism. In addition to being the capital of dental tourism; the city of Los Algodones is near to many sites, making it the perfect location to get dental treatment and vacation.
In the city there are several dental clinics; one of them is Sani Dental Group. In broadcast, one of Sani Dental Group doctors, Miguel Ibarreche, whom runs the clinic's diagnostic department. He explains why dentistry is more affordable in Mexico; dentists in Mexico don't need to charge as much because they don't graduate with a lot of student debt. The government subsidizes many dentists' education. On average a patient can save up to 70% on their dental treatments.
Now, what can you do with all the money you save? Some patients have purchase a new car, other travel, purchase a new TV and some have remodel their homes. Now you can only imagine the possibilities – what will you do with all the money you save?
The fear of expensive rates or dentist shouldn’t be a concerned for you. The city of Los Algodones is the capital of dental tourism, providing patients in the United States, Canada and other locations, affordable dental treatments. With the help of broadcasting companies like the National Public Radio, a patient can know where to travel and what to expect.
Remember in Sani Dental Group your oral health is important and we want you to feel welcome, relax and happy. Allow us to take care of all your oral needs we invite you to make an appointment with us call toll free 1-855-SANI-DDS or (928) 257-1307 restore your smile and with the money you save take the vacation you deserve.
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