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Advantages of Getting Dental Work in Mexico

Advantages of Getting Dental Work in Mexico

The term medical tourism has gained popularity through the years since more and more people started saving money when traveling to receive high-quality medical or dental services outside their country of residence. There are a lot of reasons why these people rather take a flight than go to a local doctor or dentist, and these reasons are mainly the advantages we will talk about in this post.

Los Algodones, Mexico

Los Algodones is a small town in Baja California, Mexico, just right next to the Yuma, AZ Border. Thanks to its convenient location it has become very popular among dental tourists, who also call this town Molar City. This name was given many years ago because the town has more than 300 dental clinics, and many of them offer the same high-quality treatments as the ones in the United States and Canada, but the prices are way more affordable. Plus, this small border town does not only has inexpensive dental care, it also has low-cost shopping places, restaurants and drug stores where you can get prescription medicines.

Advantages of Traveling to Mexico for Dental Work

1. Proximity
When people travel, the worst feeling is arriving tired to their destination. That’s why we recommend Los Algodones’ which is conveniently located right on the border with Yuma, Arizona. Whether you’re from Canada or the United States, a domestic flight will be enough. Once you arrive at the International Yuma Airport there are a lot of additional services that will take you to your destination in minutes.

2. No Transportation Needed
The town of Los Algodones is so small and calm, that there’s no need for a car, and you can walk everywhere. Restaurants, dental clinics, curios shops, MediPlaza Los Algodones, and everything else is just a few steps away.
Plus, thanks to its proximity to the U.S., everybody in town speaks fluent English. In fact, there no need to change your money, the local currency is U.S. dollars.

3. MediPlaza Los Algodones
Located in the heart of town, MediPlaza Los Algodones has more to offer than you could imagine. Walking around MediPlaza you’ll be able to find stem cell and hyperbaric therapy clinics, a pharmacy shop, mini-mart, and a jewelry and clothing store.
MediPlaza Los Algodones also has delicious offers on foods and drinks. You can choose anything from a hot cup of Mexican coffee to a traditional dish at any of their three food businesses: Quick Bites Deli, My Daily Treat and Mi Casa Es Su Casa. All of this in only one place, amazing isn’t it?


4. Lodging and Comfort
Cielito Lindo and Hacienda Los Algodones are the only two hotels and town. Both are very nice and quiet places to spend your days at, surrounded by beautiful Mexican decorations. Both hotels offer a great service, comfortable rooms, Wi-Fi service, and more. Cielito Lindo is located in MediPlaza Los Algodones’ second floor, and it has a terrace where you can calmly read your favorite book or relax at the Jacuzzis.
Meanwhile, at Hacienda Los Algodones you can enjoy the large pool, awesome rest areas with the company your favorite pet, since it’s a pet-friendly hotel you won’t have to worry about leaving behind a special member of your family during your dental vacations.
Once you arrive in Los Algodones, you’ll feel like you’re home, and maybe by the end of your trip, you’d want to stay a little longer.

5. Security
Los Algodones is a town that in the last decades it’s been receiving thousands of people every day! It might be small, but it’s devoted to its visitors. You might be away from home but you’ll never feel like something is missing. During your visit, you’ll notice that there are more tourists than locals, and they’re here with the same purpose as you: have a great time while improving their lifestyle.
Los Algodones has grown thanks to the people who visit every day, and residents will make you feel like if you’ve never left home because everything you need will be at your disposal.

6. Affordable Prices
It’s very common to think that something expensive must be high-quality, and sometimes it’s true but not in Los Algodones. By traveling to Los Algodones you can end up saving up to 70% compared to the U.S and Canada prices. Why? Well, dentistry in Mexico tends to be inexpensive for many reasons: the government subsidizes many dentists' education, so this means dentists in Mexico don't need to charge as much because they don't graduate with big student debts. Plus, there's also no high-priced mandatory malpractice insurance in Mexico as there is in the U.S.
The doctors and specialists working in Los Algodones have studied in some of the best universities in the country, and they’re as prepared as the doctors of your country of residence.

7. Sani Dental Group
With two clinics in town, Sani Dental Group is the largest clinic in Los Algodones and has more than 35 years of experience in dentistry and patient experience. We offer between 2 and 5-year warranty in all of the procedures performed by our dentists. So you’ll be able to go back home with the smile of your dreams, and without worrying about anything.

Like we said, there are hundreds of dental clinics in Los Algodones, but you must choose the one which offers you more quality. When a dental clinic has a good reputation and offers a warranty on their work, you can trust that the clinic hires only dentists with proven experience. We invite you to read our patients’ reviews, discover promotions, and compare the information yourself. You will not regret your decision.

Give us a call, our team of patient coordinators is waiting for you, and they will gladly answer all of your questions. Remember, just because you have to leave your country, it doesn't mean that you’re settling for a lower quality care.

Shanti Mariana Tapia Ortega
Shanti Mariana Tapia Ortega

I'm a content generator at Sani Dental Group and I have a major in Media and Communication Studies. I love to discover new worlds and realities through the wonders of traveling and books.

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