When making the decision to travel to another country in order to get medical or dental services, people always wonder if it’s really the best way to save money without risking themselves to end up in a poor quality dental clinic.
In the following paragraphs, we’d like to explain why Mexico is one of your best options to receive dental care and an average of how much money people spend when undergoing dental care in this country.
Los Algodones, Mexico
It’s a small town located 7 miles from Yuma, AZ and its popularity has been rising in the last decade thanks to the thousands of people who arrive every day to get dental treatments at affordable prices.
With more than 300 dental clinics, it’s also known as Molar City, a town devoted to each one of its visitors, you’ll never feel like something is missing. Plus, the warmth of locals and tourists will make you feel just like home.
During your stay, you’ll have everything you need, restaurants, great hotels, familiar and colorful places to relax, a shopping plaza, and more.
Affordable Dental Treatments in Los Algodones
The fact that dental care in Mexico is way more affordable than in the U.S. or Canada it’s a topic that concerns many of our dental visitors. Well, let us explain. Dentistry in Mexico tends to be inexpensive for two main reasons, first, the government subsidizes many dentists' education. This means dentists in Mexico don't need to charge as much because they don't graduate with big student debts. Second, there's also no high-priced mandatory malpractice insurance in Mexico as there is in the U.S.
Affordable dental care doesn’t mean bad quality dental care, at least not in Los Algodones. Still, we recommend you to make a deep research about the clinic you’re visiting. Read reviews from past patients, search for before and after photos, or call the clinic and ask for assistance. These three simple tips will help you a lot to make up your mind about where to go.
How Much Money Should I Spend on Dental Work?
Talking about patient’s budget can be a little complicated since there are a lot of factors that can modify our final payment. For example additional studies, lodging rates, possible dental complications, and more. We always recommend our patients to carry a little extra money with them in some of these problems appear.
Traveling outside of your city of residence in order to undergo any kind of dental treatment means that lodging, food and transportation expenses will be made. Lucky for you, there are two hotels in Los Algodones where we’re sure you’ll have a great time during your stay.
Cielito Lindo is located in the second floor of MediPlaza Los Algodones, newest and only shopping plaza in town; where you have everything at your reach: restaurants, spa, Jacuzzis, mini market, a pharmacy, and more. All of this for a very affordable price, check the rates here!
Hacienda Los Algodones is the second hotel in town, and besides of all the amenities we just mentioned, it also has a pool where after your dental appointment you’ll have the chance to relax in. You can also check the room rates here.
Public transportation in Los Algodones is not needed since it’s a small town you can walk everywhere and get to your destination less than 5 minutes.
Now, what’s most important is what you are going to pay for dental work at Molar City. Sani Dental Group with more than 30 years of experience is the largest clinic in town.
Our qualified staff, specialized dentists and oral surgeons are ready to help you recover your smile with the aid of top-shelf technology. Besides having affordable prices to all of our treatments we have amazing promotions for each of our patients.
With all the information we just gave you, you can compare prices, use our promotions and save up to 70% in any dental treatment. What are you waiting to book your appointment? Our team of patient coordinators is ready to assist you with anything you need.
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