Tuesday, March 1, 2016
New Mexican Dental Assocation - Certified Dentists Internationale' Features top Board Certified Dentists in Los Algodones, Puerto Vallarta, Tijuana and Cabo San Lucas
Cabo San Lucas resorts are popular with Mexico dental vacation patients
The dental association Certified Dentists Internationale’ will find you the best dental tourism places in Mexico and top board certified dentists with affordable dental prices.
Summary: Certified Dentists Internationale’ the international division of the decades old Board Certified Mexico Dental Association, offers board certified dentist referrals, free estimates, dental vacation information and more.in Mexico's most popular dental vacation destinations. They offer top certified dentists in Baja California including Cabo, Tijuana and Los Algodones
Seeing a new dentist in Mexico can be an intimidating thing for many first time dental tourism patients. Despite the fact that one can literally save $1,000’s on their major dental work abroad with 50 to 70% savings being often the case. Tens of thousands of US and Canadians head south for their dentistry annually so you will not be alone.
Board Certified Dentists Internationale’ offers those considering dental travel to Mexico great services that make the journey a lot easier.
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Cabo San Lucas Tijuana, Baja California, Mexico
Sunday, February 28, 2016
TOP MEDICAL & DENTAL TOURISM DESTINATIONS 2016 Survey By Certified Dentists & Doctors Internationale'
Photo: Land's End, Cabo San Lucas. Mexico medical and dental tourism is the most popular in the America's
Many Americans, Canadians and Western Europeans are traveling abroad for non-emergency procedures such as dental makeovers, hip replacement, cosmetic surgery, or even heart surgery. Each year, some 750,000 U.S. citizens travel to foreign destinations seeking medical treatment, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.
Nearly two-thirds (65 percent) of respondents to a Medical Tourism Association survey who traveled abroad for health reasons did so because they were uninsured. Americans also travel for elective procedures insurance doesn't cover. Cosmetic surgery and dentistry are particularly popular tourism choices, because they are rarely covered by health insurance.
Cost is a big factor in deciding whether to seek care abroad. As a rule of thumb - Procedures that cost more than $6,000 generally are cheaper if performed outside the U.S.