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1. The Real Estate Cost In Mexico Is Cheaper

The real estate cost is lower in Mexico than in the United States. The large expenses of rents in the U.S. will be part of your dental bills indirectly.

Rents are expenses that somehow need to be billed to someone.

2. The Dental Laboratory Costs Are Cheaper

Many American dentists send their lab work to Mexico on a regular basis. This is a fact.

All materials used to craft any prosthetic piece is Mexico is imported. Mexico doesn't produce any dental materials. therefore, all equipment and materials are imported.

Laboratory technicians wages are lower, as labor hand is lower in Mexico. That affects the final cost as well.

3. The Dental Staff Wages In Mexico Are far less.

What Dentists and Dental technicians are paid is lower compared to the salaries in the U.S. and Canada.

Since wages are lower so is the cost.

A research from the University of Arizona mentioned that a dental staff member is paid around $18 US the hour. While in Mexico, the same staff is paid about $5 US the hour

Mexican dentists or any dental implant specialist makes a third every year compared to the American dentists. But they are not uneducated, they own the same skills on dentistry.

Sometimes, even more, experienced in complex cases.

4. Dental Education Is Affordable In Mexico

Most of the American dentists had a hard time paying their student loans. The American Dental Association mentions that aspiring dental students will pay around 35K for tuition per year. That is for four years, plus all the equipment and material you need to buy. In Mexico, the education has the same levels of knowledge but the fees are cheaper. In Mexico, the cost of five years of dental school costs around 30K US on average.

5. Insurance Requirements

There are not insurance requirements for the medical field in Mexico. You can enter into any hospital as long as you can pay. If you cannot afford it, you can have access to any of the government clinics Either

way, there is not an obligatory insurance for the institutions, medical centers or even for patients. This is one of the main reasons why dental procedures cost less in Mexico.

According to CBS News, in the United States, dental insurance is not really an insurance: "The maximum annual benefits, $1,000 to $1,500, haven’t changed in the 50 years since dental insurance became available".

6. U.S. Dental insurance is accepted

If you have dental insurance, they might cover some of the dental work you could have in Mexico. They do not cover it all but at least a part of it.

When you need a dentist in Mexico, you will find many affordable options. Check online reviews, before and after pictures, request to speak to other patients, pick a nice location to recover, check if they own their laboratory. Then make a decision.

Millions of people use dental tourism to save money and get first class dental work in Mexico.