Sunday, April 19, 2015

Best Tijuana Certified Dentists, Tijuana Dentist Reviews, Forum, Mexico Dentist Costs by Board Certified Mexico Dentist Association

Find the Best Dentists in Tijuana Mexico Certified For The Treatments You Need By The Board Certified Mexico Dentist Association

Tijuana's upscale Zona Rio has fine restaurants, museums, galleries, clubs, first-class hotels, malls, casinos and some of the best board certified dentists in Mexico for your dental implants, cosmetic dentistry and oral restoration.

Reprinted with permission from Dental Tourism News Today

FIND the Right Board Certified Tijuana Dentist for Your Dental Implants, Oral Surgery, Orthodontics and more!

If you are like most Americans who cross the border daily searching for a Tijuana dentist you want one who is an expert dentist for root canals, crowns, orthodontics and dental implants.

A cleaning? You can get that at home but you can't get advanced dentistry in the US for a reasonable price anymore.

You have to be careful in Tijuana when selecting a dentist for your important dental work as most dentists in Tijuana are only general dentists and they'd love to have a chance at doing your dental implants or cosmetic dental makeover.

Wednesday, April 15, 2015

HOW TO FIND THE BEST DENTISTS IN MEXICO by Board Certified Mexico Dentist Association

For Dental Implants, Oral Restoration, Cosmetic Dentistry in Mexico - Understanding the Difference in General and Board Certified Dentist Providers is Important!

By the Board Certified Mexico Dentist Association  

Dental tourists from developed countries need to be aware that things are not always the same as back home when considering treatments by a dentist in Mexico or elsewhere offshore. General dentists with only basic dental education are permitted in many developing countries to attempt advanced dental procedures without proper training or credentialing. 

This is the most problematic of all the issue regarding dental tourism. This practice is a clear violation of consumer protection laws in most developed countries - but legal in many (including Mexico) developing nations.

Tuesday, April 14, 2015

Dental Tourism in Danger of Getting a Black Eye...

Reprinted from Dental Tourism News Today

Certified Dentists Internationale Cautions Dental Tourists on Dentist Qualifications

By Dr. Sandra Jamala

Dental tourism today faces new challenges according to Ms. Carla Helena Sanchez the new Director of Certified Dentists Internationale.

“The rapidly growing dental tourism industry is in danger of getting a black eye with many dental tourism websites and dental travel brokers promoting any dentist who is willing to pay their annual membership fees."

The dentist membership fees can cost $1,500us or more per year for some websites. The websites cannot possibly screen the credentials of the 1,000’s of dentists some agencies claim to list.  Consumers as a result can get shoddy work from general dentists anxious to bag lucrative treatment patients by misrepresenting their qualifications to trusting dental tourists.

Friday, April 3, 2015

MEXICO DENTAL PRICES 2015 by Board Certified Dentists Association in Mexico

Mexico Dentist Costs are way lower for the same procedures. 

Carla Sanchez, Presidente' of the Board Certified Mexico Dentist Association.

There’s never been a better time to visit a dentist in Mexico according to US dentist Dr. Nelson Henry DMD of Wyndham Maine. The dentist owns 2 clinics in New England and during the economic crisis of the past several years the doctor has seen more and more of his patients unable to obtain affordable big treatments such as crowns, bridges, cosmetic dental makeovers and dental implants.

So he acquired a Mexican dental vacation website – About Mexican and soon became the very first US affiliate of the Board Certified Mexico Dentist Association.

He insists on using the services of certified Mexican dentists exclusively since they have had years of additional training in the advanced procedures most dental tourists are searching for and incredibly – cost the same as far less trained general dentists who like their US counterparts – only learn the basics in dental college - cleanings, drilling, filling and normal non-surgical extractions.