Chose Juarez due to proximity to my home, ( 3 hour drive). Almost went for consultation with a different clinic, but found way, way too many negative reviews. Fortunately I was saved from that by good advice and chose Nucleo.
After an initial consultation 10/18/16, with Dr. Moran, and panoramic xrays a plan was established. Dr. Moran gave me a written quote at that time, and in the process never tried to add "extras" as many reviewers state other clinics in the area often do. He knew what he was doing and he kept his word.
Returning on 10/20/16 I had 6-8 uppers extracted, 4 implants installed, some bone grafting and flap surgery. Then a healing denture placed. I had reasons for trying to do all at once, but given how involved it was, I would not choose to do 4 hard hours in the chair again. Might try to spread it out a bit, still recuperating. Also for that much work I should have opted for the gas, I processed the local so quickly that Dr. Moran and 2 capable assistants, ( he told me they were also doctors,) were frequently having to reinject. I must say they were very attentive, each time I would start to break the arms off the chair, they noticed.
I will return in 3-4 months for placement of the porcelain upper on the implants. Dr. Moran told me these were Straumann implants, which is one of the major brands, he demonstrated how they work and showed me the constant images they took to be sure of proper placement. Indeed I have never had so many both photos and images of any part of me as they took of my mouth. That alone shows the level of care and professionalism at Nucleo.
Others have pointed out the levels of sanitation, equipment etc. I would say this clinic is equal to any I have tried in USA. One thing I have not noticed commented on is that this clinic is also frequented by professional Mexican citizens, which speaks to the respect and competency the clinic deserves. This is not just another cut rate across the border scam operation. Yes I am sure the locals get a "discount" as it should be.
My stitches are still healing of course, so the temporary denture does not fit too well. Dr Moran told me to adjust for a month or so, and if the fit is not good, return for reline, or remake if necessary.