About Getting Dental Care in Mexico
Here’s A Quick Overview:
- Americans have been getting quality dental care from dentists in Mexico for over twenty years
- You can save up to 75%—literally thousands of dollars if you need extensive dental care by getting treatment from affordable dentists in Mexico
- It is safe to travel to Mexico for dental care if you know how and where to go, and which dental clinics to use
- You can get quality, affordable dental care from experienced and qualified dentists in Mexico, but you must be sure of their credentials and qualifications
- Dentists in Mexico use the same materials as U.S. dentists
- And you can save up to 75% with our dentists in Mexico
- At our Mexico dental clinics, you can get any procedure that is available in the U.S.—dental implants, All-on-4’s, snap-on dentures, crowns, root canals, dental implants, partial and full dentures, veneers, cosmetic dental procedures, laser dentistry and more
- You don’t need to spend thousands of dollars to travel far to get your dental care.; we can help you find affordable dentists at our Mexico dental clinics
- It is very easy to travel to Mexico, where Beyond Borders Dental has vetted and approved dental clinics
- You will need a valid and current passport or equivalent; see the documentation page
Dental Clinics in Mexico: What to Expect
Dental clinics in Mexico are simpler than dental clinics in the U.S. While equipment will be similar to an American dental clinic, Mexican dentists put much less emphasis on impressing patients with fancy furnishings in the waiting area. Bathrooms are clean, and furniture in the waiting rooms and receptionist is what you’d expect in a modest size clinic.
Dentists in Mexico, often do all of the procedures, as opposed to U.S. dentists which rely heavily on dental assistants. Although Americans have been coming to Mexico for dental care for decades, this concept is just recently started to become an acceptable option. Now you can find an affordable dentist and receive the care you need without spending thousands of dollars.
The dental clinics in our program offer quality services from credentialed dentists. We visit and monitor our approved clinics in Mexico regularly, and we continuously evaluate our dentists based on the reviews of our clients.
Our dentists in Mexico speak English, although some are more fluent than others. In any case, the office staff always has someone available who speaks English well, and there are few problems communicating your needs to our dentists.
What About Driving to Mexico?
The cross-border town of El Paso, Texas is about a 4-hour drive from Albuquerque, New Mexico and about a 5-hour drive from Santa Fe, New Mexico. Keep in mind that you are receiving your dental care in Mexico, away from home. If your treatment requires more than one trip, there will be some additional costs getting your dental care in Mexico done. It could include transportation for additional visits, lodging costs, and some meals.
Our dentists in Juárez have their own private driver who will pick you up in El Paso, Texas, transport you across the Mexican border and take you directly to the clinic. When you finish your appointment, they will transport you back to El Paso. Their transfer services are free from El Paso.
When you are saving as much as $1000 per dental crown or root canal, and even more for dental implants or bridges, a few hundred dollars to come for a second visit is a small price to pay.
“I absolutely LOVE Beyond Borders Dental! They saved me over $10,000 in dental care! My service was handled very professionally…”
— Lynn V., Santa Fe, New Mexico —
Why Juárez and Cozumel Mexico?
We selected a dental clinic located in Juárez, Mexico because of the challenges of navigating travel to larger border communities such as Tijuana. Tijuana has a population of well over a million people and have a higher risk of problems, it’s crowded, and difficult to cross the border. The approved dental clinics in our program are easy to get to and you never have to drive in Mexico.
For even more information about how our dental program in Mexico works, be sure to visit How Our Programs Work page.