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Dental tourism in Mexico is an opportunity to get high-quality procedures done at 40% of U.S. and Canadian prices.1
Grupo de Especialidades Dentales has over sixteen years of experience in providing perfect smiles.
It is a state-of-the-art dental clinic in Nuevo Laredo, Tamaulipas, Mexico. Local and international patients frequently visit the clinic for the top-quality treatment that dentists provide here.
Dental treatment in Nuevo Laredo, Mexico is priced quite lower than in the U.S.
For instance, a Porcelain-Fused-to-Metal Crown (Standard Alloy) will cost US $1,000 in the U.S. On the other hand, the same is priced at just one-third the U.S. price at $300 in Nuevo Laredo, Mexico.
Similarly, a titanium dental implant (including abutment and standard crown) may cost US $3,900 in the U.S. At the same time, it is priced 60% lower than the U.S. price at $1,650 in Nuevo Laredo.
The following table shows the cost of dental treatment in the Mexican border city compared to the United States. The prices are in US dollars.
|Dental Work||US Cost||Mexico Cost|
|Full Porcelain/Ceramic Crown||$1,200||$400|
|Porcelain-Fused-to-Metal Crown (Standard Alloy)||$1,000||$300|
|Partial Denture (Acrylic Frame)||$1,200||$400|
|Partial Denture (Flexible Frame)||$1,400||$500|
|Partial Denture (Metal Frame)||$1,300||$350|
|Titanium Dental Implant (including abutment and standard crown)||$3,900||$1,500-1,800|
|Root Canals (Molar)||$1,350||$300|
The above table makes it clear how Nuevo Laredo, Mexico is a highly attractive option for dental tourists wishing to combine top-quality dental care with highly affordable prices.
The following graph is a representation of the average price comparison of select dental procedures in the U.S. and Nuevo Laredo.
As may be gathered from the figure, dental procedures in Mexico (Nuevo Laredo) are priced than 60% lower than in the U.S.
The following video features Dr. Linda Martinez, the head clinician at Grupo de Especialidades Dentales.
She talks about Mexico for teeth implants, what happens during each appointment and the number of visits required.
She also provides more information about the process that may be useful for dental tourists about the Nuevo Laredo clinic.
“There are different kinds of implants… In some cases, the patient has lost bone, so we need to put the bone in.
The first appointment is generally by the specialist to see if the patient has enough bone, to see the x-rays and to talk to the patient and explain how he is going to carry out the procedure…
…how much time it is going to take, the things that the patient has to do, the price, and the number of visits required, which is usually three.
If the patient has previous test reports, they can send them in advance. In the first appointment, they can have the implants put in. If the patient has the x-rays and cone beam done, the doctor gives the go ahead. The doctor will carry out the surgery.
He will put the implant. Then, we wait for four months for the implants to stick. After a few months, in the next appointment, we see if the implant has stuck.
We take impressions, and we send them to the laboratory to do the crown. In the third appointment, we put in the crowns.
Between the second and the third appointments, the time gap is only a week and a half.”
In this video, Dr. Martinez talks about cosmetic dentistry. She talks about her nearly twenty-year professional experience in dentistry.
Dr. Martinez has been keeping up to date in her field by continuously pursuing cosmetic dentistry courses.
“Cosmetic dentistry is focused on the front teeth. It is based on veneers, bleaching, and composites.
All of these have to do with all the pretty fittings on the front. It has been 20 years since I got out of school.
We then came here to Nuevo Laredo Mexico. It’s been 18 years since I started as a dentist.
I then took the cosmetic dentistry course as well as another one from Integral, and now I’m taking yet another one for orthodontics.”
Dr. Linda G. Martinez
Dr. Vielmina Flores
Dr. Javier Tamez
Dr. Luis E. Gonzalez
In the following video, Dr. Linda Martinez introduces the clinic. She talks about the state-of-the-art technologies at the facility.
Mention is also made of the staff and their organizational and professional affiliations, as well as the procedures offered at the clinic.
“I am Linda Martinez. I am a dentist, cosmetic, and I practice in Nuevo Laredo.
Nuevo Laredo is just across the border from Laredo Texas and the nearby cities are San Antonio, Austin, and Houston.
We have been working for 18 years. We have all of the specialists in one place so that the patient doesn’t have to go from one clinic to another.
When we get cases, the difficult ones, we get together… all the doctors… to seek the best treatment for the patient.
We don’t have to go to one clinic or call another doctor to ask ‘what do you think’. So, we have an integrated clinic.
We have everything we need here. We do cosmetic dentistry. We do periodontics, we do endodontics and orthodontics.
We do implants, crowns, bridges, dentures, teeth whitening… everything!
Some professors come from Monterrey. The periodontist, his name is Ernesto Gonzales.
He also teaches at the University in Monterrey called Universidad Autonoma de Nuevo Leon. Additionally, he puts in the implants.
Along with being a member of the American Dental Association. I am a member of many associations in Mexico. This helps us in keeping track of what is happening, what is new… the materials and techniques in dentistry.
We have all the safety measures for the instruments. We have the autoclave. We have the vibration systems. So, we have about 3-4 different systems to clean the instruments.
We use the best materials. We use material from the US where we go for meetings.
All of us, everyone in their area of expertise is on top of their technology. So, we use the best materials available in the market.”
Nuevo Laredo is across the U.S. border from Laredo, Texas.
|Laredo, TX (via TAM 1)||20m|
|Corpus Christi, TX (south on US -59)||2h 45m|
|San Antonio, TX (south on Interstate 35)||2h 45m|
|Bridge I (Laredo Convent Avenue Port of Entry at the Gateway to the Americas Internship Bridge)||Downtown Laredo||Open 24×7|
|Bridge II (Laredo Juarez-Lincoln Entry Port)||Interstate 35||Ready lanes are open from 8 am to midnight|
|New York (JFK)||4h 45m|
|Philadelphia (PHL)||4h 15m|
|Chicago (ORD)||2h 50m|
|Minneapolis (MSP)||3h 20m|
|Detroit (DTW)||3h 55m|
|Atlanta (ATL)||2h 35m|
|Orlando (MCO)||2h 55m|
|Miami (MIA)||3h 10m|
|Fort Lauderdale (FLL)||3h 20m|
|Washington D.C. (IAD)||3h 45m|
|Tampa (TPA)||2h 45m|
|Los Angeles (LAX)||2h 50m|
|Denver (DEN)||2h 10m|
|San Francisco (SFO)||3h 45m|
|Las Vegas (LAS)||2h 25m|
|Salt Lake City (SLC)||2h 55m|
The clinic takes 2h 45m to reach by road from San Antonio International Airport.
Dentists at the clinic are affiliated to professional organizations such as the American Dental Association (ADA).
|Crowns & Bridges||Extractions|
|Invisible Alignment||Night and Snore Guards|
|Periodontal Maintenance||Cleaning, Whitening & Prevention|
You can drive down from the Texan cities of Laredo, Corpus Christi, and San Antonio. Driving times have been mentioned in the section, “Getting to the Dentist in Nuevo Laredo”.
Flying times from various major cities across the U.S. have also been mentioned.
Yes. Dentists and staff at the clinic speak fluent English and Spanish.
Yes. The clinic accepts American insurance such as Aetna, MetLife, Cigna, UMR, Cherokee, Delta, Blue Cross, Humana and Principal.
The clinic accepts the following payment methods:
*There is no surcharge on credit cards.
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