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Veneers Clinics in Mexico

Over the last few years, more Americans have chosen to get dental work done in Mexico, particularly veneers. Dental tourists also arrive from Canada and Europe, but they predominantly come from the United States due to proximity, convenience and cultural affinity. With the costs of dental care clearly on the rise in North American and Europe, it only makes sense to consider getting veneers in Mexico.

BROWSE CLINICS (9)
Sani Dental Group

Los Algodones, Mexico

Sani Dental Group

Clinics that have been vetted by Qunomedical to be the top picks in healthcare.

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Clinics that offer a pickup service from the airport with a dedicated driver.

Clinics with free wireless Internet.

Clinics that can arrange accommodation in a nearby partner hotel during your treatment.

Clinics with interpreters or translators available to avoid language barriers.

Bokanova Dental Center Riviera Maya

Playa del Carmen, Mexico

Bokanova Dental Center Riviera Maya

Clinics that have been vetted by Qunomedical to be the top picks in healthcare.

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Clinics that can arrange accommodation in a nearby partner hotel during your treatment.

Ocean Dental

Cancun, Mexico

Ocean Dental

Clinics that have been vetted by Qunomedical to be the top picks in healthcare.

this clinic offers

Clinics with interpreters or translators available to avoid language barriers.

Clinics that offer a pickup service from the airport with a dedicated driver.

Clinics with free wireless Internet.

Clinics that can arrange accommodation in a nearby partner hotel during your treatment.

Playa del Carmen, Mexico

Dentalia Playa del Carmen

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Benito Juarez, Mexico

Dentalia Cancun

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Tijuana, Mexico

Promedent Clinic

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Guadalajara, Mexico

Dentalia Guadalajara

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Mexico City, Mexico

Dentalia Mexico City

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Why Should I Travel to Mexico for Veneers?

The commercialization of dental care in the United States has made it very difficult for people to get the care they need. In the case of veneers, American dental patients are known to pay upwards of $1,600 per tooth, and this is a procedure that is rarely covered by medical insurance plans.

The Affordable Care Act of 2010, better known as Obamacare, was not able to alleviate the situation faced by most Americans with regard to dental services. It is estimated that only five percent of adults in the U.S. have adequate dental insurance. For this reason, veneers are some of the most popular dental procedures in Mexico; they tend to cost up to 80 percent less than in the U.S., and they are performed by dentists who trained in American and Canadian schools.

One interesting aspect of veneers in Mexico that makes them so reasonable is that the country has advantageous trade agreements with nations that export the porcelain raw materials. This makes the manufacturing of veneers considerably more affordable in Mexico.