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Arizona Dental Now

(877) 854-7507 Nogales, Mexico
Rating from 44 Reviews This place is excellentJeanne, South Africa, 22 Aug 17

They did a very good job, and exactly what I wanted them to do. I am satisfied with the treatment. I chose them as they were cheaper than other places. I got good value and I paid exactly what I was quoted before I came. The clinic was clean, I was impressed by how good everything was. This place is excellent.

PFM Crown $300 - $400
Porcelain Crown $400 - $500
Zirconia Crown $450 - $600
4.2 / 5  Excellent
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Rating from 114 Reviews very pleased and impressed by my experienceJudy, Canada, 12 Mar 17

I had booked an oral evaluation at Ocean Dental while my husband and I were vacationing in Mexico, ending up in Cancun. I had been communicating with Carlos who was always prompt to reply and gave clear and detailed responses to my inquiries. We even chatted a couple of time on the phone on a toll free number. I knew I had six front teeth with composite veneers in the front that were starting to break down. This was complicated by white fillings in the back of most of them. Back home I had been told that the best procedure would be to crown all the teeth at a cost of about $1500/tooth. I have a dental plan but even though it's the "enhanced" plan - covers only $2000/ Year for crowns. The clinic send a van to pick me up at my hotel ( which is routine). My appt. was for 9:30am and the van arrived just after 9:00am with one passenger . We stopped to pick up two more people who came by ferry from Isla Muejeres where they were staying. Both parties were extremely happy with the work done and especially the cost ( one from Alberta and one from Wisconsin).By the time I got to the clinic , registered, and waited a bit for my name to be called it was probably about 10:30am. You should be prepared for waiting somewhat as it's a busy clinic and the waiting room was quite full. Despite having to wait ( some people seemed put out by it - unfortunately - this is Mexico, not the U.S. Or Canada) there was never any trace of anxiety or rushing - everyone in the clinic was relaxed and friendly. A client had brought a big bag of chocolates and patients and staff were helping themselves, laughing and joking. I was called and taken to be ex-rayed by a young man who's name I can't recall and when I asked questions he got someone else to come to answer them as his English wasn't too good. I had some 360 degree ex-rays done then went to see a young woman who did a thorough oral exam with photos and a couple more close-up exrays. She spoke English quite well and was very approachable and explained what she saw or answered questions. I felt like I was in good hands. Finally " Dr. Irma" came in and after consulting with the girl said she agreed that six crowns should be put in the front and two on the bottom pre- molars. She was also very easy to talk to and caring. I then went to see Maggie who wrote up the estimate - very thorough and knowledgeable as well as offering suggestions when I asked about a Beach to go to. The van dropped us off there instead of taking us back to where we were staying. In all the examination took over an hour and I paid $60 U. S. For it which will be deducted from the cost when the work is completed. The estimate for the eight crowns came to about $3700 Canadian and I was told to set aside a week for the work to be done ( it's better to have more time on the end in case some adjustments or "hotspots" need to be addressed). Maggie made the estimate good for a year and molds were taken of the teeth before I left. I was Very, very pleased and impressed by my experience and any nervousness I had was calmed by listening to others' experiences and seeing the clinic in action ( state of the art equipment). Why not get dental work done and save bundles while taking a vacation in Mexico?

PFM Crown from $350
A Porcelain Fused To Metal Crown Has A Cost Of $350 USD Weather Its Over A Tooth Preparation or An Implant, The Price Does Not Change. Call Us For Further Details
Dental Crowns $350 - $480
We use the latest technologie for your crowns using the CEREC CAD/CAM one visit porcaline crown machine. Call Us For Further Details
Permanent Crown $35 - $450
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2 other locations in Mexico for Ocean Dental Cancun.

Smile Makeover Playa

(877) 959-7551 Playa del Carmen, Playa del Carmen

Cancun Dental Specialists

(805) 228-4856 Telcel, Km 11.5, Blvd. Kukulcan, Plaza F
5.0 / 5  Outstanding
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Dental Brush

(805) 856-6122 Tijuana, Mexico
Rating from 33 Reviews I would recommend Dental Brush to my friends and my familyMyvan, US, 23 Oct 16

Dental Brush in Tijuana, Mexico directed by Dr. Leon and his associates. My friend (Carol) referred us to Dental Brush in Tijuana, without a referral we were afraid to travel to Tijuana to have some medical treatment. I contacted Mr. Antonio Lucio who is Dental Advisor and Coordinator for Dental Brush on one evening then next day I received his email and discussed with me about my husband's teeth problem, within few days I received an estimate from Mr. Lucio. We flew from Virginia (U.S.) to Tijuana to have dental work done by Dr. Luis Obeso and Dr. Leon. The Dental Brush facility and equipments are very high tech, new and very cleaned. I don't think my dentist in the US wants to pay for these equipments, etc. The first day, Dr. Obeso took Xray my husband teeth (2 jaws) by a high tech Xray machine, then he re-evaluates my husband's teeth and discusses with us what my husband needs to have done and the total cost, we agree and move on with the treatment. It took 6 hours for my husband to have done 5 crown and 6 or 7 refilling teeth (resin-composite) on the upper jaw by Dr. Obeso. Dr. Obeso removed the old silver filling and refills those old one with new resin-based composite (some has one surface and some need two surfaces), my husband used to have old mercury/silver filled many years ago. For the crown, Dr. Obeso removed my husband 4 old false front teeth which my husband had over 20 years ago and redo with 4 new crown. The next day, my husband came back and spent couple more hours to have his 4 surgical placement endosteal implants on his lower jaw by Dr. Leon. After the surgery, Dr. Leon prescribed some antibiotic and pain killer pills for my husband to bring home along with 2 pages long of Dental Implants post-operative care. With this kind of dental works done above, if in the US would take forever to have done and would take so much time off. In this case, it took only one and a half days for my husband's upper jaw and 4 implants on the lower jaw are done. The day after the surgery, my husband just took the antibiotic pills which Dr. Leon prescribed and some tylenol (no need for pain killer). My husband front teeth look so natural and his smile looks better than before, he is very happy and brags about it; he will have to come back to see Dr. Leon in 4 months (to wait for the surgery areas to completely heal) to complete his four implants (prefabricated abutment and abutment supported All-ceramic CEREC crown) along with one tooth to have endodontic therapy, biscuspid tooth and prefabricated post and core in addition to crown. With this kind of works done in the US, I don't think we would have enough money to pay for it, that's why we have to travel to another country to have it done for cheaper cost. Thank you so much especially to Mr. Antonio Lucio who is Dental Advisor for Dental Brush office, Dr. Leon and Dr. Obeso himself and the staffs who made our life more easier and make us have beautiful smile. Please do not under estimate the Dentists in Tijuana, Mexico, they do have good Dentists. I would recommend Dental Brush to my friends and my family. By the way, if you have Dental insurance PPO, the Dental Brush does take them.

Porcelain Crown $252 - $273
Crown - Porcelain fused to predominantly base metal
Dental Crowns $252 - $475
From Temporary to Permanent, Resin, PFM, Zirconia, EMax, you decide on the material.
Gold Crown $550 - $685
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5.0 / 5  Outstanding
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Guatemala Dental Team

(888) 848-7639 ext: 89629 Guatemala City, Guatemala
Rating from 27 Reviews I was comfortable and pain-freeAshley, Guatemala, 19 Jun 17

I had an impacted wisdom tooth removed by Rodrigo. He explained everything clearly (in English) and made sure I was comfortable and pain-free throughout the whole process. All personnel in the office were very accommodating and caring. Rodrigo made me feel like my care was the most important thing. I would not hesitate to return for future dental work and I highly recommend this dental surgery to anyone wanting cleanliness, quality care and treatment at an affordable price. It cost me half of what it would have cost in my own country.

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4.4 / 5  Excellent
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Costa Rica Dental Services

(866) 260-9546 San José, Costa Rica
Rating from 36 Reviews They are very friendly and have a great serviceMichelle, US, 06 May 18

I was there for my sister who got a wonderful job done. She had 7 root canal treatments, and 18 crowns put on. She now has a gorgeous smile and no pain! I only had my bond in my front tooth re-done, it's okay, but a little rough in places, and a little uneven. I'll survive. All in all, I highly recommend this clinic! They are very friendly and have a great service. However, the front staff has a little bit of a language barrier. The owner speaks and understands English perfectly, but he is doing the work in the back.

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4.3 / 5  Excellent
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Circle Dental Group - Los Algodones

(877) 863-7456 Los Algodones, Mexico
Rating from 112 Reviews I feel so fortunate that I mad this decision to go thereUte, US, 05 Jul 18

I had an amazing experience 3 1/2 weeks ago and I will be back in 3 months to finish my dental work. Dr. Jorge Jimenez and his team were more than kind, professional and fast. I feel so fortunate that I mad this decision to go there. Great team!

PFM Crown from $210
Porcelain-fused-to-metal "PFM" crowns look like natural teeth and are stronger than ceramic crowns. PFM crowns can be matched to your natural teeth so they provide an attractive appearance. $190
Dental Crowns $210 - $450
We offer a variety of materials for dental crowns. The most popular are: Porcelain fused to metal (PFM) and zirconium.  $190 - $450
Gold Crown from $550
Gold crowns are not a very popular choice among patients as it does not have much aesthetic appeal. They are suitable for patients who are in the habit of biting strong food substances along with clenching and grinding. Gold crowns offer increased durability and are suitable for the back teeth like the molars so that they are not visible. $550
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4.7 / 5  Outstanding
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Washington Dental Clinics

(805) 793-1166 Tijuana, Mexico
Rating from 11 Reviews The treatments was good valueAndrew, Vancouver, Canada, 23 Jun 17

Ok, so after many months of having my implant treatment completed, I’ve finally gotten round to posting a well-deserved review. I thought I’d wait until I had my new teeth for a while before I say anything about this place. The short story: Two molar implants as well as several crowns. This included needing two molar extractions of broken teeth, deep abscess removals, and subsequent bone grafts. In my book, pretty major work. Overall also, I thought the work was good value. The long story (follows): I had a really big abscess on my left lower molar, and another on my right lower molar. I recently found it was due to an allergy to milk. I had previously had root canal surgery on these teeth years before in the UK, several times in fact, but the abscesses always seemed to come back some months later, without me knowing milk actually caused it. I, therefore, needed to have implants to replace these since the teeth themselves were dead. I had moved to Vancouver, Canada and hadn’t gotten round to getting implants until the start of 2016. So this is how I came to read about a dental surgery in Mexico, and more specifically at Washington Dental Clinic. In terms of how the treatment progressed, I couldn’t be more impressed. I needed to fly down from Vancouver to Tijuana 3 times for the stages of treatment – In April 2016, September 2016 and finally April 2017, each time for 3 days. I really feel it was worth it for the top-notch treatment I received. In Vancouver, I am not impressed by how closed-off the dentists seem to be here. In Canada, you have to pay an examination fee before you can find out how much each dentist charges for specific procedures. Even then, there appears to be little to no competition here in Canada. Each dentist, knowing that customers don’t have the ability to compare prices (since prices seem to be a bit of a secret here), seemingly charges whatever it likes. At least that’s how I feel. I advise my friends to seriously think about flying down to Tijuana if they need major dental work. Yes, I was initially apprehensive about going alone to an odd, possibly dangerous, town called Tijuana on the Mexican border. However Tijuana (TJ) is actually huge and if, while on the streets, you don’t carry much cash or jewelry and don’t try to impress people like some do, it’s quite safe. I spent all my nights in TJ and ate great food, making great friends while there. PHASE 1 – April 2016: Back to my treatment: After living in 3 countries in the world including the UK and Canada, I feel that the treatment I got in TJ is the best. Because there is a lot of competition amongst dentists in TJ, it’s reasonable to expect customers get the best quality service at the best price. On day 1 at Washington Dental Clinics, I was first given a thorough examination, after which I was chauffeured to an x-ray business that took loads of x-rays of my jaw as well as 3-D scans. By the end of the day, I was told about what treatment was needed on my teeth and if I decided to go ahead when I should be there for the actual treatment the next day. The next day was a big surgery day. In the morning Dr. Bucio gave me 2 front teeth crowns. It took about 4 hours because once the teeth had been filed down, they needed to take have the crowns made. I’m still wearing these crowns after 14 months, and barely even notice them. They look and feel like normal teeth. In the afternoon Dr. Bucio and Dr. Pena went ahead and performed the extractions of my lower left and lower right molars. Big jobs because both teeth had been dead for 10 years after extensive root-canal treatment, and the lower-left molar was also cracked. Dr. Pena handled the left, it took about an hour but he eventually got all the pieces out. After that, he dug deeper and pulled out the abscess. - A vile yellow squid-like thing. Gross enough for me to thank God they took it out of me. Seriously, after you’ve seen that you’ll have a lot of respect for abscesses, they really don’t belong inside the body! Ask any cardiologist, they’re bad for the heart - Get it taken out! After that Dr. Pena did a bone graft with bone powder and stitched me up. Dr. Bucio then handled the right molar and very carefully extracted that. And after that, he pulled out an even bigger abscess! I didn’t even know I had it, yet there it was. - Urgh! Thanks to Edgar for convincing me to take that thing out! Again a bone graft was done and all was stitched up again. I think at the end of the afternoon all the dentists probably laughed about the whopper abscesses they pulled out of me. I, however, went back to my hotel room feeling pretty beaten up and hid there until breakfast the next day. - Probably a very normal activity after any surgery. I only felt a slight pain though. By the next day, I was up and running, ready to enjoy Tijuana! – After having a very soft breakfast at Tilly’s (Tell Victor who will know what you need) and for lunch a soft pasta or soup at Vittorio’s. By the way, days or weeks afterward it’s normal to have a few bits of powdered bone leak out, so don’t panic if that happens to you. Also, it’s amazing how fast and well the gum heals up, so don’t worry about the weird gum shape after surgery. PHASE 2 – Sept 2016: I went for 3 days for the implants to be put in place. If I have my terminology correct, the implants are the stems which drill into the jaw bone. After that, the dentist put healing caps over them. All went well without a hitch. No pain or discomfort afterward either, other than a bit of tightness that goes quickly. It is also weird knowing that you have titanium in your jaw now! Perfect for archaeologists in the future. PHASE 3 – April 2017: The final trip involved the placement of the placement of the crown abutments, i.e. the visible (tooth) part of the crown. This part of the surgery I felt was where the dentist took the most time. I think it’s important to give whatever time the dentist requires for this as it can’t be rushed because these are your final teeth. Loads of impressions were taken on Day 1 and finally, the implant abutments (teeth) were made. Dr. Guerrero dealt with all of this and was really very careful, I felt. By the end of the day, I had a comfortable pair of new molars which I’ve been using ever since! It’s great to be able to eat anything I want! In conclusion, if I ever need major dental work, I will be visiting Washington Dental Clinic again. Also, they told me the prices up-front, and they stuck to them, so you know what you are going to be paid on day 1, even if the treatment will take a year. Also, they were great with follow-up support. At various times I took photos of my teeth and emailed them to the dentist. By the next day, I had a comprehensive reply from my liaison who had consulted the dentist about my issue, so distance didn't really feel like an issue. I also felt I was treated honestly and not pressured to buy anything unnecessary. The establishment itself is a lovely place inside. In terms of cleanliness, it’s completely spotless. The staff is extremely welcoming, all smartly dressed, and about a third speak perfect English. Most of the dentists and nurses speak medium-level English but seem to feel more confident using their English translators, one of whom will accompany you most of the time and basically acts as your liaison. The liaison knows pretty much everything about the dental procedures, so there are no gaps in the communication. In fact, I thought my liaison might have been an ex-dentist himself perhaps. Overall Washington Dental Clinic is a friendly place. There’s a TV with the latest films on it for waiting for customers to watch. There are also free drinks whenever you like, although I did find it a little odd that many of the free drinks are soda drinks, loaded with sugar, kind of opposite to what I’d expect to see a dentist. Also what I don’t understand is the staff occasionally have the drinks as well, yet all of them have perfect teeth. - Why do Mexicans seem to have such perfect teeth?? The reception area also has clean bathrooms. If you forgot to brush your teeth, they’ll give you free brushes and tooth paste to use there. Also, I found the location of the clinic to be useful because it’s right next to Vittorio’s, an Italian restaurant. Italian food includes nice soft pasta – Perfect for eating after you’ve recently had major dental surgery and can’t chew anything! Minestrone soup is good too! Other than being a customer, I am not connected to Washington Dental Clinic whatsoever, nor am I earning any commission or income of any kind from this review. However, a pasta at Vittorio's would be welcome if ever I fly down there again.

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4.5 / 5  Excellent
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Dr Marco Muñoz Cavallini International Dental Clinic

(877) 519-4628 San Jose, Costa Rica
Rating from 62 Reviews I am extremely satisfiedMike, US, 27 Mar 17

I had 6 first stage implants by Dr. Marco (the younger). He was very professional and took time to explain all the details and address my concerns. They took many CT scans and panoramas after each treatment to insure quality. He also had the scans on screen in front of him to consult while he did the implants. Super terrific human being and cared about how I felt and my comfort. I never felt like a cog or part of a mill, even though his office is very busy and might seem like a "churn them out fast" operation; but it's not. I am extremely satisfied and recommend him to everyone who needs more than just a filling. Ultra modern clinic, with lab on premises. If they need to adjust or re-make a crown, there is virtually no wait time (a few hours). And since it is a busy clinic, I recommend you stay at Casa Marco, just a flight up. You can wait in your hotel room until your appointment is ready (since he runs late -- always). And staying there, you never need to leave the building because you can order out.

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Dental Crowns from $300
A crown is an artificial tooth used to replace or to reconstruct an existing tooth.  Can be Porcelain Fused to Metal or all Ceramic (Zirconium).
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5.0 / 5  Outstanding
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Revolution Dental

(805) 749-2633 Tijuana, Mexico
Rating from 8 Reviews They were extremely professional, the office was modern and very well maintainedSteve, US, 11 May 18

So far I'm very happy with their work. They were extremely professional, the office was modern and very well maintained! Outstanding customer service. Very neat and clean. Upon leaving I left my phone and discovered it missing while in line at the border. Left quickly to find a phone. Upon getting change at the nearest store there stood a gentleman with my phone. Truly impressed!

PFM Crown up to $225
PFM crowns are a hybrid between porcelain and metal crowns. Initially a metal shell is prepared which can fit perfectly over the concerned tooth. Then a porcelain veneer is fused on the metal shell which gives the crown a natural looking appearance. METAL DOES NOT SHOW AT ALL.A PFM (Porcelain Fused to Metal) crown is a cap that is tooth shaped. It covers a particular tooth to re-establish its size, shape, appearance and improve its strength. When the crown is cemented, it completely encases the visible portion of the tooth. They look just like a natural tooth and last for about seven years. Sometimes, they last up to forty years.
Dental Crowns $225 - $400
Dental Crowns We offer two kinds of materials:1) PFM (Porcelain Fused to Metal) Crown - $225 each2) Zirconia (Metal Free) Crown - $400 each Look under PFM crown or Zirconia Crown for more details. 
Zirconia Crown up to $400
ZIRCONIA or METAL FREE Crowns are the highest in crown quality and aesthetic. Zirconia is gentle on the nerves since it transfers heat and cold more slowly than crowns made of metal. The zirconia material is biocompatible, meaning that it is safe to stay within your mouth for a long period of time. There is no need to worry about any adverse reactions from your body because it is not rejected by the human body. Due to the Zirconia's light translucent color, there are no black margins in case of age-related receding gums, as this is frequently the case with metal restorations. Due to the extreme hardness and high density of the material, it withstands the highest biting force making them more durable.
4.8 / 5  Outstanding
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Beo Smile Design

(877) 304-0812 ext: 44724 Belgrade, Serbia
Rating from 8 Reviews I am extremely satisfied and have been their patient sinceMaja, Serbia, 01 May 18

I found Beo Smile Design through a friend’s recommendation. I’ve had multiple issues during years and I couldn’t find a dentist to solve them until I came here in 2015. I am extremely satisfied and have been their patient since then. The clinic is in the center of the city and easily reachable, which is an enormous plus. Plenty of hotels and places nearby if needed. Extremely pleasant doctors and nurses.

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PFM Crown $94 - $141
PFM Crown (porcelain fused to metal) $141 - $177
Temporary Crown $24 - $41
3 more treatments
5.0 / 5  Outstanding
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Denti Vitale Especialidades Dentales

(888) 848-7639 ext: 63857 Guatemala, Guatemala
Rating from 8 Reviews Wonderful job!Tara, US, 21 Feb 17

I had an excellent experience in Guatemala at Denti Vitale. Do you state-of-the-art equipment and the interior decorator did a wonderful job with the office it was very clean and pristine.

PFM Crown $300 - $375
Dental Crowns $290 - $400
Permanent Crown $250 - $300
6 more treatments
5.0 / 5  Outstanding
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Reny Dental

Los Algodones, Mexico
Rating from 16 Reviews Excellent, I will be coming back in the futureRandall, US, 21 Jul 18

Dr Gallegos and Mayra Jimenez did an excellent job on my root canal and two zirconium crowns. For about a third of US prices and I two days! Dr Gallegos is very good at root canals, I did not feel any pain whatsoever ever and just a little later. Which Ibruprophen took care of and no pain the next day! Excellent, I will be coming back in the future!

Porcelain-fused-to-metal (PMF) Crown. from $210
 5 years warranty.PFM crowns look like natural teeth and are stronger than ceramic crowns.PFM crowns can be matched to your natural teeth so they provide an attractive appearance.
Dental Crowns. $220 - $450
 Up to 5 years warranty. Offering a variety of materials for dental crowns. The most popular are: Porcelain fused to metal (PFM) and Zirconium.
Gold Crown from $550
5 years warranty. Gold crowns are less use on today's dentistry, however, they are suitable for patients who are in the habit of biting strong food substances along with clenching and grinding. Gold crowns offer increased durability and are suitable for the back teeth like the molars. Price per teeth.
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