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Save 1,000’s on Major Dental Care with Our Affordable, Quality Dental Referral Program

If you need major dental treatment, you can get affordable, high-quality dental care and very likely save thousands of dollars going to dental offices in our dental referral program. On average, our patients save 50% – 75% on dental care in our dental offices in Mexico. But do your due diligence thoroughly before committing to a dental office! Read our blog on How to Get the Best Price for Dental Treatment Price Shoppers Pay Attention?

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When the founders of Beyond Borders Dental learned from their local dentist that they needed four dental crowns, which would cost over $6,000.00 U.S. dollars, they began asking friends about the possibility of going to Mexico for dental care. They were told that many Americans go to Mexico for dental treatment and are happy with the results.

They traveled there to see for themselves. After examination, the quote for all four dental crowns was $920.00, a savings of over $5,000.00! Another Beyond Borders Dental staff member had experienced similar savings with the dental care her father needed. The price in the U.S. was over $20,000.00. They, too, decided to have his treatment in Mexico. It was less than $2,000.00, a savings of over $18,000.00 U.S. dollars. These are the actual savings of members of our staff.

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I absolutely LOVE Beyond Borders Dental! They saved me over $10,000 in dental care in Mexico! My service was handled very professionally…”

“ Lynn V., Santa Fe, New Mexico“

Price Comparisons for Dental Care in Mexico

*Average national prices. Actual prices may vary.
Procedure The U.S. Mexico Savings
Dental Implant $5,000 $1,900 $3,100
All-on-4’s Permanent Dentures *per arch $24,000 $10,500 $13,500
Snap-on Dentures *per arch $5,500 $2,700 $2,800
Traditional Dentures *per arch $1,500 $600 $900
Acrylic Partial Denture *per unit $700 $300 $400
Porcelain Fused to Metal Crown (PFM) $1,200 $450 $750
Zirconia or Emax Crown $1,500 $450 $1,050
Porcelain Bridge *per unit $1,200 $450 $750
Root Canal Therapy (RCT) $1,400 $300 $1,100
Non-complicated Extractions $350 $70 $280
Porcelain Veneer *per tooth $1,500 $450 $1,050


Note: Prices are based on the 2023 national average prices in the U.S. Actual prices may vary depending on your state and your case. Prices in this chart are not all-inclusive; they represent examples of prices for commonly requested procedures.

Here are Some Examples of Patient’s Savings at our Dental Offices in Mexico

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A 40-year-old woman from Arkansas sent us her dental treatment plan with a proposed cost of $6,013.00. The quote on the same procedures from our dental office in Mexico was $1,590.00, a savings of $4,423.00 or about 74% savings.

The dental treatment plan from an engineer in North Carolina included 12 dental crowns, and his dentist gave him a quote for over $22,000.00. The quote for dental treatment in Mexico was $2,190.00, a savings of over $20,000.00 for the same treatment!

These are actual quotes from our dentists in Mexico based on dental treatment plans from U.S. dentists. When the savings from the cost of one dental crown alone can be over $1,000.00, this can be a solid incentive to consider going to Mexico for dental work offered through our dental referral services.


Why is Dental Work Much Cheaper In Mexico?

Several factors contribute to the considerable savings for getting dental care in Mexico. Because of the support of the Mexican government, dental education in public dental institutions is free or subsidized. In return, the graduating dentist in Mexico provides a year of free dental community service.

By contrast, U.S. dentists leave school with $150,000 or more in loans to repay. Dentists in Mexico are not required to have mandatory malpractice insurance, which is very expensive, and their society is not litigious in the way the U.S. is. In addition, labor and real estate, including rent, are much cheaper in Mexico.

The government also monitors and restricts excessive profits on medications and pharmaceutical products used in dentistry. And finally, the cost of living for dentists and their staff is considerably less expensive in Mexico.

We’ve carefully selected the best dental offices in Mexico for our dental referral program. With Beyond Borders Dental, you don’t have to sacrifice quality dental care to save money.

What Other Costs Do I Have Going to Mexico for Dental Care?

Keep in mind that you are receiving your services away from home. There is a trade-off for the substantial savings regarding the additional time involved and transportation, lodging, and meals costs. In most cases, these costs are dwarfed by the savings you can realize by having the procedures done at one of the Beyond Borders Dental dental offices in Mexico. Even one crown is less expensive when all travel costs are included.

If you can provide us with current X-rays (60 days or less) and, if possible, a dental treatment plan from your local dentist, our dentists can usually evaluate your case and provide an estimated quote. You will often know how many visits are necessary to complete your dental treatment in Mexico.

What if I Have Dental Insurance? Will I be Covered in Mexico?

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Regarding using your dental insurance in Mexico, the answer is yes sometimes. They can not file a claim directly to your insurance provider; however, some offices will help you by providing copies of treatment records and the doctor’s signature required by your insurance provider–assuming your policy accepts claims for treatment you have done abroad.

Dental insurance is not required in Mexico, so most offices are unfamiliar with how it works. If you’re considering using dental insurance in Mexico, we strongly recommend you contact your dental insurance provider and ask if your policy covers dental care abroad. Please remember that it’s your responsibility to process your insurance claims with your dental insurance provider.

Many people find dental insurance barely worth the savings because of the limited coverage, even for U.S. dental services. As one patient put it, “Invest in travel to Mexico.” Check out our blog, The Non-assurance of Dental Insurance, to learn more.

If you have questions or need additional information, please contact us. Call or text us today at (505) 738-7770 or click this link to send us your inquiry, and we’ll get back to you.


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