Dental Work in Mexico

Want quality dental treatment without burning a hole in your pocket?

Dental tourism in Mexico provides a true balance of quality care and affordability. 

Continue reading to find out what’s in store for you!

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Mexico is positioned as a very good dental tourism destination.[1]Forbes
Americans Are Flocking To Other Countries For Medical Procedures
““With dental work,” he says, “Mexico has positioned itself as a very good destination. They have dentists that are trained in the top schools, or many in the U.S.”
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This is due to the low prices of dental treatments and proximity to the US, making travel easy and affordable.

If you are thinking of visiting a dentist in Mexico, chances are you have some questions.

In this article, you will find the answers to the following questions:

  • What should you expect from dental tourism in Mexico?
  • Where should you go for dental treatment in Mexico?
  • What are the savings on dental work in Mexico?
  • What are the qualifications for dentists in Mexico?
  • How to find a good dentist in Mexico?

MTC brings you the finest and most cost-effective dental care in Mexico.

Here are some patient transformation pictures for your assurance.

Before & After Dental Work in Mexico
Before & After Dental Work in Mexico

Mexico stands out when it comes to dental tourism abroad. Find out below.

Dentistry in Mexico: Is It Really Worth the Trip?

Mexico treats more than one million cross-border dental patients every year.

The country is a go-to dental destination for Americans.

Top Reasons to Choose Mexico For Dental Tourism

Here are the top reasons to choose Mexico for all your dental needs.

Affordable Cost Effective
Verified Dentists
 Proximity to US
Holiday Getaway

What makes dental care inexpensive in Mexico? Have a look below.

Why Is Dental Work Affordable In Mexico?

Top Reasons for Low-Cost Dental Work in Mexico

It is highly imperative to do your research before choosing a dentist in Mexico.

The following video will help you weigh the pros and cons of dentistry down south.

Dental Tourism in Mexico

Curious to find out how much can you save on dental work in Mexico? Read along.

Cost of Dental Work in Mexico

The cost of dental tourism in Mexico is 75% – 90% less compared to US and Canada.

For example, all-on-4 dental implants (per jaw) will cost you only about $6,000 in Mexico.

Whereas in the US, you have to pay $24,000 for the same. Thus saving you nearly 75% on treatment costs.

A full denture with acrylic teeth will cost only $450 in this Latin American country.

Whereas the cost for the same in the US is a whopping $2,000.

Find out your savings before you cross the border in the table given below.

Cost Comparison Of Dental Work in Mexico VS the US
Procedure US Mexico Savings
Titanium Implant $5,000 $650 87%
Zirconium Implant $6,000 $1261 79%
All-on-4 Dental Implants* $24,000 $6,000 75%
All-on-6 Dental Implants* $28,000 $6,600 77%
All-on-8 Dental Implants* $35,000 $7,500 79%
PFM Crown $1,100 $100 90%
Porcelain Crowns $1,800 $300 84%
E-Max Crowns $2,000 $400 80%
Porcelain Veneers^ $2,500 $250 90%
Complete Denture# $2,000 $450 77%
RCT (molars) $1,500 $186 88%
Simple Tooth Extraction $300 $40 87%
Laser Teeth Whitening $1,500 $59 95%
Bone graft^ $3,000 $200 94%
Sinus lift^ $2,500 $500 80%
 #per jaw  ^per unit  *including fixed hybrid acrylic bridge per jaw
**Prices may vary with the complexity of a case.

How to pay for dental work in Mexico?

The following payment methods are accepted in Mexico

  • Paypal
  • Wire transfer
  • Debit or credit cards
  • Cash: USD or local currency
  • Checks: Personal checks, traveler’s checks, cashier’s check

Contact us today to learn more about how much your desired dental procedure will cost in Mexico.

Moving forward, let’s hear what our patients say about their experience with MTC.

Are Mexican Dental Facilities Reliable?

Our patients have shared many positive dental tourism stories with us. Check out below.

Safe and Cost-Effective Dental Work in Cancun
Full Mouth Restoration in Los Algodones
Top-Notch Dental Work in Los Algodones
Smile Transformation in Mexico
Stress-Free & Affordable Treatment in Merida
70% Savings on Dental Work in Tijuana

MTC dental portal can help you find the best places in Mexico to get your dental work done.

This turns our attention to the next section. Let’s head to Mexico!

Top Dental Tourism Destinations in Mexico

Our partner clinics are located in Mexico’s popular dental vacation cities. Have a look below.

Los Algodones

Los Algodones, also quoted as the ‘molar city,’ is located close to the southwest of the US-Mexico border.

The city is home to over 500 practicing dentists.[2]Hazlitt
Molar City
“very year roughly 120,000 Canadians and Americans cross the border into Los Algodones. There they spend millions of dollars on dental care… it’s home to over five hundred practicing dentists…”
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Los Algodones is close to Yuma’s most stunning natural formations, like the Imperial Sand Dunes.

Imperial Sand Dunes

Imperial Sand Dunes, Yuma

Sani Dental Clinic

  • 30+ yrs of experience
  • State-of-the-art clinic
  • 10 min from Andrade border
  • Fast appointments, long-lasting results with latest technology
  • Highlights: In-house lab, CAD/CAM, Carestream 9600, & much more
  • BBB accredited & ADA member

Sani Dental Clinic

Sani Dental Clinic
Zygomatic Implant Procedure at Sani Dental Clinic
Dental Clinic Review
All on 4 Implants in Los Algodones

Getting There

You can reach Los Algodones by road or by air. The clinic is within walking distance from the US-Mexico border.

Have a look below at the road map from major US cities to Los Algodones.

Driving distance from US to Los Algodones

Driving Distance to Los Algodones

The clinic also provides a free shuttle service from Yuma airport to the border, hotel, and clinic.

  • Nearest Airport: Yuma International Airport
  • Airport Code: IATA: YUM, ICAO: KNYL, FAA LID: NYL
Get in touch with our dental advisors to find out more.


Tijuana is a hustling-bustling city in Mexico. The town shares its border with San Diego, California, in the USA.

It is the busiest border crossing in the world.[3]World Nomads
Is Tijuana Safe? Crime, Scams, and Travel Safety Tips
“it’s part of a transnational metropolitan region with a population of around five million – and the border between these two international sister cities is the busiest land crossing in the world.”
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For Americans living near the west coast of the US, Tijuana is an ideal location for dental work.

In the east of downtown Tijuana, you can find a commercial hub brimming with restaurants, shops, and many things to do.

Plan Your Dental Trip With Ease

The Cultural Center is one of the top places to visit in Tijuana.

It is located in Zona Rio, which is just 5 minutes from the US border.

Dental Brush

  • 16+ yrs of experience
  • Accredited with the Better Business Bureau
  • 5 min from San Ysidro CA./Tijuana border
  • Offers*: Zirconia crowns @399, free examination, free pickup/dropoff
  • Advanced technology: High-power microscopes, digital imaging, laser dentistry

Dental Brush Clinic, Tijuana

Dental Brush Team
*Terms and conditions apply
Tijuana Border Crossing
All on 4 Implants in Tijuana
Dental Treatment in Tijuana: Review

Getting There

You can reach Tijuana by air or land.

You can drive from San Diego to Tijuana in less than one hour.

Road Map to Tijuana from US Cities

The nearest airport in the US is just 15 min from Tijuana.

  • Nearest Airport: San Diego International Airport
  • Airport Code: IATA: SAN; ICAO: KSAN
Get in touch with our dental advisors to find out more.


Nogales is a Mexico-Arizona border town.

The city is directly accessible to Arizona visitors coming from Tucson and other destinations.

It is a popular dental tourism destination for Americans.[4]
Dentists and pharmacies south of the U.S.-Mexico border try to lure patients back
“Facing high dental-care costs in the United States, an estimated 900,000 Americans annually seek dental care in border towns like Nogales…”
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With the money saved on dental work, consider extending your Mexico trip.

Discover popular attractions and embrace local culture through street shopping near the border.

Dental Work in Nogales, Mexico

Desert Dental

  • Trusted by patients since 2015
  • 10 min from the Arizona border
  • 50 min drive from Tucson, Arizona
  • Accreditations: ADN & CMCOM
  • Specializes in all on 4 full-mouth dental implants

Desert Dental, Nogales

Dr. Hiram Ignacio Vazquez
Desert Dental Clinic, Nogales
Dental Implants in Nogales
Free Border pickup in Nogales

Getting There

You can reach Nogales by air or land.

You can fly to Tucson, AZ, and then take a bus or car to the border.

Nogales Border Public Parking
  • Nogales Sonora Mariposa Border Crossing is just minutes away from the clinic
  • Open: 6 am – 10 pm; 7 days a week[5]US Customs and Border Protection
    Mexican Border Ports of Entry
    “Nogales Commercial wait time collected is between the following segment. From : About 0.5 miles from Port of Entry …….Mariposa 6 am-10 pm…”
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  • 1-hour drive from Tucson International Airport
  • UETA border parking rates: $2 per hour and $16 per day
  • You can park your car and walk to the border
Our partner clinic offers free border pickups. Learn more here.

Nuevo Laredo

This is a US-Mexico border city, easily reachable from Texas.

Nuevo Laredo represents many parts of Mexican culture while staying very close to the US.

Dental Work in Nuevo Laredo

You can also visit these popular places in Nuevo Laredo.

  • Mercado Maclovio Herrera: Shopping
  • Centro Cultural and Casa de la Cultura: Local Artistry
  • The Museo Ferrocarril, or Railroad Museum: Railway museum

Family Dental Center

  • 25 years of experience
  • Nitrous oxide (laughing gas) sedation for painless and anxiety-free dental treatment
  • High-quality dental work with cutting-edge technology
  • 4 blocks from The Laredo International Railway Bridge 2
  • 5-Star hotels nearby

Family Dental center, Nuevo Loredo

Family Dental Center, Nuevo Loredo
Clinic Tour: Family Dental Center
Dental Crowns in Nuevo Laredo
Complete Process: Dental Implants

Grupo De Especialidades Dentales

  • State-of-the-art dental clinic with 16+ years of exp.
  • 15 min drive from Laredo, Texas
  • Top international dental brands
  • Free international and local phone calls
  • Specializes in dental implants & cosmetic dentistry

Grupo De Especialidades Dentales

Dr. Linda Martinez with Team

Getting There

You can either choose to drive down from nearby towns in the States or fly in from farther places.

You can quickly get into Nuevo Laredo from the Texas side by the International Bridges.

  • Laredo Bridge 1 & 2 are just minutes away from the clinic
  • Open: 24 hrs per day[6]US Customs and Border Protection
    Mexican Border Ports of Entry
    Bridge I 24 hrs/day
    Bridge II 24 hrs/day

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Get in touch with our dental advisors to find out more.


The Mexican Caribbean region, Cancún, is highly recognized among medical tourists.

Cancun has become a crucial dental tourism destination in Mexico.[7]Digital Journal
Cancun, The Ultimate Destination For Dental Tourism
“n recent years, the city of Cancun in the state of Quintana Roo in Mexico has become a crucial destination for dental tourism in this country.”
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Safe Dental Work in Cancun

Its proximity to North America makes dental travel easy and convenient.

Lest we forget, a tropical getaway will surely serve as a delight.

Cancun Dental Specialists

  • 13+ years of exp & internationally recognized
  • Located in the Hotel Zone, Cancun
  • Technology: 3D CT Cone Beam Scanner, CAD/CAM, Biolase Waterlase iPlus, In-house dental lab
  • Associated with  ADA
  • Top Procedures: Dental implants & Cosmetic dentistry

Cancun Dental Specialists

Cancun Dental Specialists

You must be wondering what makes Cancun a top choice for dental tourism.

Have a look down below. Why Cancun for dental tourism?

Cancun, Mexico, for Dental Work Abroad
Clinic Tour: Cancun Dental Specialists
Save Big on Dental Implants in Cancun
Patient Reviews Dental Work in Cancun

Getting There

Traveling to Cancun is as smooth as butter.

The most convenient travel option is taking a direct flight from the US.

  • Nearest Airport: Cancun International Airport
  • The airport receives the largest number of international passengers each year.[7]Mexican Caribbean
    “The Cancun International Airport receives the largest number of international passengers in Mexico with direct flights to and from different destinations in the United States, Canada, Europe…..”
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  • Airport Code: IATA: CUN, ICAO: MMUN
Get in touch with our dental advisors to find out more.

Puerto Vallarta

Puerto Vallarta is located in the Jalisco state of Mexico.

It is a beach city with some great beach resorts making it a perfect choice for dental tourism in Mexico.

Many North Americans flock to PVR every year for their dental needs.

Puerto Vallarta, Mexico

Puerto Vallarta, Mexico

It is an ideal combination for a perfect trip – a mix of fantastic natural attractions, old-town appeal, and modern amenities.

Dental Solutions

  • State-of-the-art dental clinic
  • 2 min from the airport
  • Bilingual staff
  • Technology: Digital dentistry, same-day restorations, high-quality prosthesis
  • Treatments: Dental implants, veneers, smile designing, zoom whitening

Dr. Arturo Pereyra

Dr. Arturo Pereyra

Dental Solutions, PV

Dental Solutions, PV

Getting There

Most patients fly to Puerto Vallarta for their dental care through direct flights.

If you prefer driving, it is best to cross the border at Nogales, then take the Highway 15 toll road to Hermosillo.

Also, the state-of-the-art marine terminal boasts a smooth entry into Puerto Vallarta.[8]Puerto Vallarta
“It’s a Must-do for cruise ships that sail the Pacific to arrive to Puerto Vallarta. Its Maritime Terminal has top-notch facilities and can welcome four cruise ships simultaneously.”
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Flight map to Puerto Vallarta

Flight Map to Puerto Vallarta
  • Airport: Licenciado Gustavo Díaz Ordaz
  • Airport Code: IATA: PVR; ICAO: MMPR
  • Popular Cruise Lines: Carnival Cruises, Celebrity Cruises, Crystal Cruises, Cunard Line, & Disney Cruises[9]Puerto Vallarta
    “Some of the prestigious cruise lines that arrive to this port are: Carnival CruisesCelebrity CruisesCrystal CruisesCunard LineDisney CruisesHolland America”
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Get in touch with our dental advisors to find out more.

San Jose del Cabo

Cabo exudes ‘old town’ charm while boasting the epitome of luxury.[10]US Travel News
San José del Cabo
“situated just south of the airport, the city is commonly known as the “Old Town,” exuding traditional Mexican charm while also impressing with its luxurious new resorts. ”
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Cabo is located at the southern tip of the Baja peninsula.

The city is just a few hours from the US and marks an ideal dental tourism destination in Mexico.

San José del Cabo
San Jose del Cabo

El Arco Rock is a famous landmark in Cabo San Lucas.

The two beaches, Playa del Amor and Playa del Divorcio meet at this place.

El Arco

`Land’s End (El Arco)

Advanced Cabo Dentistry

  • 30+ years of experience
  • Fully equipped with an in-house dental lab
  • Technology: 3D CB/CT scanner, CAD/CAM, milling machine
  • All-inclusive package inclusions: Free transportation, lodging assistance, Dr. Koty´s evaluation

Advanced Cabo Dentistry

Advanced Cabo Dentistry
Patient Review: Dental Work in Cabo

Getting There

You can reach Cabo by air or land.

Los Cabos has excellent flight connectivity from US, Canada & Mexico.[11]Los Cabos
Where is Los Cabos?
“It has excellent flights connected with the main cities of USA, Canada and Mexico, ”
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You can get around Cabo on foot, by taxis & buses.

  • Airport: Los Cabos International Airport (SJD)
  • Airport Code: IATA: PVR; ICAO: MMPR

Want to transform your smile? Dental tourism in Mexico has all the answers to your dental woes.

Don’t miss the read: Cosmetic Dentistry & Dental Crowns in Cabo.

Get in touch with our dental advisors to find out more.


Mexicali (capital of Baja California) is a border town located just 6.3 miles from Calexico, CA.

Recognized as the medical tourism pillar, Mexicali is a blend of cultural, gastronomic, and adventure scenes.[12]Mexicali
“Traditional, this is how Mexicali is, with some of the best Chinese food in the country, the best cuts of meat and craft beers Considered a business and medical tourism pillar,…”
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Ramlanz Dental Clinic in Mexicali

Ramlanz Dental Clinic

  • 38+ years of experience
  • 25 min from Calexico, CA border crossing
  • Fully equipped with an in-house dental lab
  • English speaking staff
  • Technology: Cavitron, Autoclave, LED curing light, Intraoral camera, Intraoral sensors, Zirkonzahn, and 3M ESPE Lava™ digital milling machine

Ramlanz Dental Clinic, Mexicali

Dental Work at Ramlanz
Patient Review: Dental Work in Mexicali

Getting There

Mexicali is accessible via Mexicali West Border between Mexico and  Calexico, CA.

  • Our partner clinic offers complimentary ground transfer from the border.
  • Public buses are a safe and affordable travel option.
Get in touch with our dental advisors to find out more.

Ciudad Juarez

Ciudad Juarez is yet another US-Mexico border town.

It is located close to El Paso, Texas, conveniently reached by road. Thus making dental travel easy.

You can visit the following when touring Ciudad Juarez.

  • Central Park, south of the city center
  • Chamizal Museum of Archaeology in Chamizal Federal Public Park
  • Paso del Norte Cultural Center
  • City Market

Invo Dental

  • 12+ years of experience
  • 11 min from Ciudad Juárez International Airport (CJS)
  • 30 min drive from El Paso, Texas
  • Fully equipped with an in-house dental lab
  • Bilingual staff
  • Easy appointments
  • Free pick up & drop off are available upon request.

Invo Dental Clinic

Invo Dental, Ciudad Juarez

Getting There

You can choose to fly to Texas and then drive down to Ciudad Juarez.

You can get to this Mexican city through 3 international bridges.

Get in touch with our dental advisors to find out more.

Mexico City

Built on the ruins of Aztec, Mexico City is the capital of Mexico and one of the most populated cities in the world.[13]UNESCO
Historic Centre of Mexico City and Xochimilco
“Built in the 16th century by the Spanish on the ruins of Tenochtitlan, the old Aztec capital, Mexico City is now one of the world’s largest and most densely populated cities. ”
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The city is famous for its historic buildings, ancient history, and modern architecture.

Palacio de Bellas Artes, Mexico City

Palacio de Bellas Artes

Dental tourism in Mexico City mixes quality dental care with a perfect holiday getaway.

Ideal Dental Center

  • 30+ years of experience
  • 15 min from Mexico City International Airport
  • State-of-the-art dental clinic
  • International affiliations
  • Technology: Dentsply Sirona CAD-CAM, 3D cone beam imaging, and Biolase Waterlaser.
  • ISO 9001 sterilization protocols followed
  • Get 5% off* on dental veneers

Ideal Dental Center, Mexico CityIdeal Dental Center, Mexico City

Ideal Dental Center, Mexico City
*Terms and conditions apply

Getting There

The best way to get to Mexico City is by air. You can find several direct flights from US and Canada.

  • Airport: Benito Juárez International Airport
  • Airport Code: ATA: MEX, ICAO: MMMX
Get in touch with our dental advisors to find out more.


The capital of Yucatan, Mexico, also coined as the ‘white city,’ Merida has gained popularity as a dental tourism destination.

It is popular for its colonial heritage and vibrant culture.

Dental Work in Merida

Whiteline Dental Clinic

  • 11+ years of experience
  • Short drive from the international airport
  • Good hotels located nearby
  • State-of-the-art dental clinic
  • International patient experience
  • Bilingual staff
  • Easy appointments

Whiteline Dental Clinic

Whiteline Dental Clinic, Merida

Getting There

Merida is well-connected to the US via air, water & land.

The most convenient travel option is direct flights from US and Canada.

  • Nearsest Airport: Manuel Crescencio Rejón International Airport (MID)
Get in touch with our dental advisors to find out more.

You are in the hands of our trusted and certified dentists in Mexico. Let’s get to know them better.

Best Dentists in Mexico

Dental tourism in Mexico is flourishing.

Choose from the top dentists in Mexico for your dental work.

Top Dental Tourism Dentists in Mexico

Dr. Hermes Davila
  • Experience: 25+ years
  • Education: DDS, University of Medical Sciences of Pinar del Rio
  • Expertise: Maxillofacial, Oral Surgery & Dental Implants

Dr. Emmanuel J. Leon
  • Experience: 10+ years
  • Education: DDS, University Michoacána de San Nicholas
  • Expertise: Maxillofacial, Oral Surgery & Dental Implants

Dr. Hiram Ignacio Vazquez
  • Experience: 13+ years
  • Education: DDS, Universidad Autonoma de Baja California
  • Expertise: Dental Implants, crowns, & bridges

Dr. Linda Martinez
  • Experience: 20+ years
  • Education: DDS, Diploma in Dental Aesthetics, Nuevo Leon Odontology School, Mexico
  • Expertise: Smile designing, crowns, & veneers

Dr. Arturo Pereyra
  • Experience: 10+ years
  • Education: DDS, La Universidad De Guadalajara
  • Expertise: Dental veneers & smile designing

Dr. Amira Carmona Salinas

Dr. Amira Carmona Salinas
  • Experience: 25 years
  • Education: DDS, MS, University of Monterrey, Nuevo León, Mexico
  • Expertise: Braces, aligners, & general dentistry

Dr. Irma Gavaldon
  • Experience: 30+ years
  • Education: DDS, MS, Universidad Autónoma de México
  • Expertise: RCT, crowns, & bridges

Dr. Thomas Koty
  • Experience: 25+ years
  • Education: DDS, MSc, Trained in Harvard
  • Expertise: Maxillofacial, Oral Surgery & Dental Implants

Dr. Daniel Jimenez
  • Experience: 15+ years
  • Education: DDS, The Autonomous University of Ciudad Juárez
  • Expertise: Dental Implants, aligners & braces

Dr. German Barreto
  • Experience: 35+ years
  • Education: DDS, UNAM Mexico D.F.
  • Expertise: Dental Implants, crowns, & bridges

Dr. Gerardo Teran
  • Experience: 15+ years
  • Education: MDS, The Autonomous University of Nuevo Leon
  • Expertise: Orthodontic treatment – braces & aligners

Dr. Guillermo Escamilla Morales
  • Experience: 10+ years
  • Education: DDS, Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México (UNAM)
  • Expertise: Orthodontic treatments – braces & aligners

Choosing the right dentist for your dental needs can be quite a task.

The following considerations will come in handy while picking the right dentist.

How to Find a Good Dentist in Mexico?

Always keep these points in mind before choosing your dentist in Mexico.

  • Clinic reviews
  • Dentist credentials
  • International patient experience
  • Travel & accommodation arrangements
  • Treatment package inclusions & exclusions
  • Safety protocols & transparency on procedures
  • Verify legal records and find genuine patient reviews

Moving on, we will discuss the safety concerns you might have whilst visiting Mexico for dental work.

Continue reading to find out.

Is it Safe to Get Dental Work in Mexico?

It is always recommended to do your research & practice caution while you’re out and about in Mexico.

With MTC’s 16+ years of trust, we have cut down the work for you.

Our dental clinics in Mexico are handpicked and are a safe choice for your dental needs.

As a patient

Our partner clinics in Mexico:

  • Are run by board-certified dentists holding international patient experience
  • Adopt the highest safety and sterilization protocols for safe treatments
  • Use cutting-edge technology & top international dental brands

At MTC, we handpick dental clinics on par with international medical standards so that your safety is never compromised.

As a tourist

The US government warns against crime and kidnapping in Mexico.

Be cautious at all times when touring Mexico cities.

Safety Tips

Here are a few things to remember while in Mexico

  • Always carry your Mexican visa and passport.
  • Avoid driving alone or at night. Use toll roads when possible.
  • Get alerts from the US government signing up for the STEP Program.
  • Check the Safety and Crime Reports for Mexico.

Foreign Embassies in Mexico

Address Assistance
United States of America
Paseo de la Reforma No. 305, Delegación Cuauhtemoc 06500 México, D. F. Mexico Telephone: (+52) (55) 5080-2000
Fax: (+52) (55) 5080-2005
Office hours: Monday-Friday: 8:30-17:30
Schiller no. 529, Colonia Bosque de Chapultepec Polanco,  Del. Miguel Hidalgo, 11580 Mexico City, Mexico. Telephone: (+52) 55 5724 7900
Fax: (+52) 55 5724 7980

Watch these videos on MTC partner dental clinics’ sterilization standards.

Sanitization (COVID-FREE) Between Patients
Sterilization Process in MTC Partner Clinics

Also, check out what our patients have to say about the safety and hygiene of our Mexico clinics.

Cleanliness in Tijuana Dental Clinic.
Safety Measures in Cancun Dental Clinic

Top Dental Procedures in Mexico

The different types of dental treatments performed in Mexico are as follows.


Dental Implants

Dental Veneers

Flexible Partial Dentures in Los Algodones


Root Canal

Read about the popular dental procedures in Mexico here.


How much does dental work cost in Mexico?

Dental work in Mexico costs 70% – 90% less compared to US and Canada.

For example the cost of a single dental implant in Mexico is $650, whereas you have to pay a massive $5000 for the same in US.

This saves you a whopping 87%.

Is the quality of dental care in Mexico the same as in the US?

Yes, the quality of dental care in our Mexico partner clinics is on par with international standards.

This is stamped by:

  • Dentists are board certified & highly experienced
  • Clinics employ state-of-the-art technology & top dental implant brands
  • Some partner clinics also offer warranties on dental work

Why do Americans go to Mexico for dental care?

One of the top reasons why Americans head south to Mexico for dental work is the enormous savings.

Low cost of living in Mexico results in a cut down in dental costs.

Is my dental insurance accepted in Mexico?

Our partner clinics in Mexico accept some US dental insurance.

Check with your care provider for the same.

If your insurance is accepted, our partner clinics can help you with the necessary paperwork.

Do dentists in Mexico speak English?

Yes, dentists in Mexico speak English.

Most of the dental clinics in Mexico have a bilingual staff.

Do you need a passport and visa to enter Mexico?

A valid passport is required at the time of entry into Mexico.

US and Canadian citizens don’t need a visa for a stay upto 180 days.

However, you will need to present an FMM.


Thinking about traveling abroad to get your dental work done? Well, dental tourism in Mexico has got you covered.

Mexico is the top country to get your teeth done abroad.

You get the same standard of quality dental treatment as found north of the border.

To top that, you get to save 70% – 90% on various dental procedures.

All this while you enjoy a relaxing vacation in Mexico.

Appointments fill up fast, so book your spot now. Contact here.


1. Forbes: Travel

2. Travel.State.Gov: Mexico Travel Advisory

3. Hazlitt: Molar City

4. World Nomads: Is Tijuana Safe?

5. Tuscon: Medical tourism to Sonora plunges due to COVID-19

6. US Customs and Border Protection: Mexican Border Ports of Entry

7. Digital Journal: Cancun, The Ultimate Destination For Dental Tourism


9. US Travel News: Is Juarez safe to visit?

10. Los Cabos: Where is Los Cabos?

11. Mexicali: How to get to?

12. Travel Safe Abroad: Safety in Mexican cities: Cancun, Cabo, Merida, Monterrey, Puerto Vallarta, Tijuana