Is Dental Work cheaper in Mexico?

You get so used to high insane costs on dental treatments that its almost unbelievable that there are cheaper options that will get you effective results, but trust us when we tell you that having the chance to get a top-quality smile can also be very affordable.

Dental work is cheaper in Mexico and the specialists in the dentistry area fulfill your special needs with the attention required in prestigious facilities with high advanced equipment.

When you see cheaper prices for dental procedures in a foreign country, you either think it may not be trustworthy or that there's something sneaky about it.

Establishing confidentiality in cheaper prices on dental work may be a little hard to wrap your head around, but when you start to do your research you will find out so much possibilities and many advantages that come with.

Did you know dental work is up to 70% cheaper in Mexico?

Americans are saving up 60% to 70% on their dental work, procedures that in the U.S. are very high in expenses. Word is out, the biggest healthcare savings secret is traveling to Mexico, and that is because dental work is cheaper and it is not a lie. Having to pay a cheaper price does not mean you have to sacrifice quality standards.

Clinics in Mexico are many times superior or equal to any in the U.S. In the past decades snowbirds and seniors have been getting dental work done for cheaper prices.

Nowadays people from all backgrounds travel for dental tourism. Patients want cheaper dental treatments because some of them can't afford a local typical dental bill and others don't want to spend half or all their savings, or even less, taking on loans.

Why is Dental Work cheaper in Mexico?

How is it possible for dentistry costs in Mexico to be much cheaper from the prices in many cities inside the U.S.? Here is a list of top 3 reasons why dental work in Mexico is much cheaper.

1. No Insurance Requirements

In the medical field in Mexico, insurance is not obligatory, you can enter any hospital as long as you can pay for it and if not, citizens have access to any government clinic. In the U.S. the maximum dental insurance a year is up to $1,500 which is not really that beneficial because it doesn't cover a reasonable amount.

2. Affordable Dental Education

A big reason why dental education is more affordable is because the government subsidizes many dental students during their studies and don't have big loans to pay at the end of their professional careers.

3. Mexican Real Estate is cheaper

The high expenses of rents in the U.S. will indirectly affect your bill with any dentist, lower costs in Mexico won't.

This are 3 of the main reasons why dental work is much cheaper, plus take in count that the cost of living in Mexico is much lower than in the U.S.

Exactly how much cheaper is dental work in Mexico?

Visiting Mexico for dental treatment will benefit you on saving hundreds and even thousands of dollars compared to the U.S. From "minor" to "major" procedures. To give you a better idea, here is a list of some of the most common dental treatments and price comparisons.

Full Mouth Restoration

One of the reasons dental work in Mexico is popular in medical tourism is for Implants procedure, which can replace one tooth to your entire set of teeth for a cheaper price.

Procedure Price in the U.S. Price in Mexico
Standard Titanium Dental Implant (implant only) Mega'Gen $2,250 $790
Standard Implant Crown  (including abutment) $1,650 $670
Bone Graft (per unit) $1,600 $400
Implant Supported Overdenture, removable (with 3 implants) $12,300 $3,650
"All on Six" System with Implants (upper arch or lower arch) $23,500 $7,980
"All on Four" System by Mis Implants (upper arch or lower arch) $27,000 $8,110
"All on Six" System with Nobel Biocare Implants (upper arch or lower arch) $29,000 $11,280

 

Crown/Veneers

For those looking to restore teeth that are broken, decay or need a large filling, this two procedures are highly popular for medical tourism getting dental work in Mexico.

Procedure Price in the U.S. Price in Mexico
Porcelain Fused to Metal Crown $1,250 $180
Full Porcelain/Ceramic Crown $1,500 $340
Porcelain Fused to Gold Crown *stating at* $1,700 $600
Zirconia Veneer $1,800 $450
Porcelain Veneer $1,100 $350
     

 

Dentures

Dentures are a basic replacement if you have damaged or missing some of your teeth, also an alternative if you don't want to go under an implant treatment.

Procedure Price in the U.S. Price in Mexico
Partial Denture, Acrylic Frame $1,275 $170
Partial Denture, Metal Frame $1,550 $480
Partial Denture, Flexible Frame $1,400 $480
Full Denture, Acrylic Teeth (upper or lower) $1,850 $250
Full Denture, Porcelain Teeth (upper or lower) $2,150 $350

 

Procedures considered as "minor" are not much attractive to make people travel, yet the prices are very affordable.

Is it safe to get dental work in Mexico?

Yes, it is. Dental work besides being cheaper in Mexico it is safe in all aspects, unfortunately, there is big misinformation about dental tourism not being secure, but we assure you that the standards you are looking for are not as all low as the prices. Here are some facts that can assure you that dental work in Mexico is as trustworthy and secure as you deserve.

  • You can find a high-quality dentist in Mexico

Mexico has top of the line dentists that have the practice and certifications needed to perform dental procedures.

  • Same hygienic/sterilization techniques as any dental clinic need to have

Dental offices offer clean and professional equipped installations to bring you a high-quality experience, we also know you might be worried from the speculations about the water in Mexico not being clean and you'll end up getting sick, but it is not the case, water is also filtered through systems to keep it safe and clean.

  • Mexican dental clinics use the same materials American clinics use

In fact, a lot of clinics get provided with material from the U.S. like porcelain crowns to metal posts and dentures not to mention the tools used for the procedures, this way you can get the dental work you are looking for.

  • You'll feel right at home

Mexico is well known for having warm welcoming people, you'll have the attention you need to solve any doubts you may have during your stay, and trusts us, you'll go home with some friendships made.

There are actually various beneficial reasons you might not know about Mexican dental care, yes it is very cheap, but don't let the accessible prices guide you into thinking the procedures will be the opposite results of getting the work done inside the U.S.

Dentists in Mexico are as prepared as any high technician dentist you find in the U.S. visiting the right clinic.

Going to the dentist is now a vacation

People deserve the best in health-care and it shouldn't be impossible to cover the necessities needed, the major reason why Americans are choosing Mexico for a destination to visit and not only for a medical procedure but also to enjoy a mini-vacation with their family.

All the money you save in dental procedures can be used for other dental needs but couldn't cover with that same budget, or to enjoy what Mexico has to offer like the food, the destinations, their culture, and did we mention the food? You're literally not sacrificing time when choosing to visit Mexico for cheaper dental care.

To put it in perspective, going to the dentist in the U.S. for cosmetic dentistry will cost you around $36,000 compared to Mexico it will cost $10,000 or even less, many other dentistry procedures are also very affordable and offer you high standards and durable results. Sani Dental Group has top of the line facilities in Mexico offering cheaper prices in two beautiful destinations to vacation while you are attending to your dental appointment.

Cheaper does not mean weaker

It is nice saving money on dental work and obtaining high-quality results to go back home with the satisfaction that the money you saved on your dental work was used on other activities that made your stay even more pleasant or even to go home with money saved.

Forget about all the negative things you have heard about visiting Mexico to save some money on cheaper dental work, and that it’s not worth it because you’ll end up spending more later on because it won’t be durable and will break. The truth is all patients have gone home satisfied and know that their results with the post-care required advised by the dentists will last even a lifetime.

Mexico offers great opportunities and very cheap prices but high-quality dental work.

Choose quality with benefits

After all, you have read, there's probably a bigger picture of what dental tourism has to offer and the benefits you can get out of it. Now comes the part where you have to make sure to make the right decision on choosing the right clinic to visit. You'll find many offers that are cheap and others cheaper, but remember there's a great variety of clinics were not all of them are the right ones, you are already realizing a huge discount by going to Mexico.

Beware of the clinics that offer price that is negotiable because those are the places where you might be sacrificing significantly quality most of the time. One of the best ways to get referrals to a high-quality clinic are from friends and family, and also reviews online. Doing your research online will help you a lot.

Sani Dental Group has been committed to providing quality dental work in Mexico for over 30 years and has highly trained Doctors each one with a professional specialty giving 10,000 new Americans every year the chance to smile again, with 3 prestigious facilities in Los Algodones and Cancun Rivera.

We have been recognized and awarded by various associations like the American Dentists Association & Medical Tourism Association.

Take a look at what our patients have to say about their experience with their visit and results with us.

Here is a list of our prices.

 

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