There’s no secret that offshore health services are more affordable than in the US, but the main question or concern is, is it worth it? The answer is YES.
With the cost of healthcare going up, and wages staying the same, more Americans and Canadians are making smart decisions about their health and insurance benefits, and with a simple trip south of the border, Mexico has been one of the best options for them to visit and get dental work done.
According to Patients Beyond Borders, a research company for abroad medical procedures, says that the top 10 destinations are:
- Costa Rica
- The Philippines
- Turkey and
- Czech Republic
Now, how much do patients really save? According to the PBB article post, U.S. patients can expect to save 40%–65% in Mexico, 45%–65% in Costa Rica, and 50%–75% in Thailand, and for a closer look, according to them this is a brief table of cost.
Denticenter® prices for specific treatments compared with everyone else:
|CROWNS||VENEERS||SINGLE IMPLANTS||WHITENING||ROOT CANALS||DENTURES||FILLINGS|
|Denticenter||$460||$460||$1,325||$100||$280 to $315||$518||$92|
Prices don’t include travel, acommodations, or any associated expense during your travel to any of Denticenter® Mexican dental offices
This are the average prices of the most common treatments:
Sources used in this post: https://www.agd.org/constituent/news/2020/01/20/worth-the-trip-a-look-at-dental-tourism. Seen 2021