From: The Sequitur
The Board Certified Mexico Dentist Organization announces its newest affiliate member American dentist Dr. Nelson Henry DMD of Windham Maine. Dr. Henry believes that many Americans and Canadians are unable to afford costly dentistry back home so he sends large treatment patients to BCMD Association member dentists in Mexico.
Board certification is the key to getting the best, most qualified Mexican dentist for your important dental work as certified dentists have many years of additional dental training over and beyond what a general dentist has.
According to the doctor – you don’t want a general dentist in Mexico who only has basic dental school training in cleaning, drilling, filling and simple extractions doing complicated procedures such as root canals, crowns, bridges, cosmetic dentistry or dental implants.
Much of that involves oral surgery and that takes special training. In fact it’s illegal in the US and Canada for general dentists to attempt those procedures for health and safety reasons.
You heard that you can save 1,000’s on big treatments such as dental implants in Mexico and dental makeovers, but how do you separate the un-qualified general dentists (they advertise like crazy) from the certified dentists in Mexico?
Answer: The Board Certified Mexico Dentist org. is a good place to start (and finish). For their English speaking staff and dentists (English is a membership requirement) will work with you every step of the way. And you can start the process by contacting American dentist Dr. Henry for a free telephone or online consultation.
Little known fact: Certified dentists in Mexico cost the same as general dentists in Mexico
The next biggest question is always – How much can I save by going to a dentist in Mexico? Take crowns for instance. In the US and Canada a porcelain metal crown can cost anywhere from $800usd to as much as $3,000 in an upscale clinic.
The cost for the same crown runs about $450-500 with a certified dentist in Mexico. If you are looking at a complete dental makeover of 27 teeth in the USA you might spend $50-100,000usd versus $10,000 – 25,000 with certified a dentist in Tijuana or Cabo.
And you’ll find the Mexican dentists using the same materials and equipment ordered from the same international dental supply catalogs your dentist in the US orders from.
Board Certified Mexico Dentists Association offers free online consultations AND Toll-Free phone calls from within the USA and Canada to their American dentist affiliate Dr Nelson Henry DMD. He’ll give you Mexico dental costs, and info on Mexico dental vacations and even make your appointment with a certified dentist in Mexico.
For more information including free estimates and referrals to Board Certified dentists in Mexico contact: The Board Certified Mexico Dental Association
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