Tuesday, March 25, 2014

Dr. Nelson Henry's Mexico Dentist Guide, Dental Implants, Cosmetic Dentistry in Cabo, Puerto Vallarta

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US dentist Dr. Nelson Henry's Mexico Dentist Guide Features Board Certified Dentists in Los Cabos, Puerto Vallarta, Cancun, Tijuana, Los Algodones & other popular Mexico dental travel destinations -



By Cabo travel writer David Mandich

Mexico Dentist Guide by About Mexican Dentists.com contains timely Information about Mexican dental specialists, implants, dental makeovers and Mexico Dental Vacations. It's an important resource and directory for anyone interested in saving serious money on dental care while having a vacation at the same time.

The site answers a lot of questions about dentistry in Mexico, including dental specialists in some of the prime tourist destinations such as Cabo San Lucas, Los Cabos Baja California Sur, and Puerto Vallarta Jalisco.

Keep in mind that the dentists he recommends are specialists but don’t let that scare you, as certified specialists in Mexico generally charge about the same as general dentists and most will do general dentistry as well.  You want and deserve the best for your money and in Mexico you can afford it.




Don’t settle for a general dentist unless you are just having your teeth cleaned, filled or pulled, as a  specialist has several additional years of full-time dental college training and having one is your best assurance your dentist knows what they are doing.

Take dental implants for instance – general dentists in Mexico often take a short course put on by the implant manufacturer (or worse - a half-day seminar in a dental convention) and then continue to learn by practicing on patients. 

A board certified oral surgeon or prosthodontist is the real deal and who you want to have perform your serious dentistry such as dental implants, 4 on 1, oral surgery, dental makeovers, root canals or full full-mouth oral restorations. Run from general dentists who call themselves "specialists"(especialistas) in anything.

In Mexico one can find all the American Dental Association recognized specialties from endodontics to prosthodontics and dental specialist college trained cosmetic dentists. Cosmetic dentistry  is not an ADA recognized specialty in the US and not taught as a field in the US as it is in Mexico.

Indeed, in the US, any general dentist can wake up one day and hang out a sign promoting themselves as a cosmetic dentist and raise their prices. And many have. But they are not certified cosmetic dental specialists anymore than a tow-truck driver is a BMW engine mechanic. It takes 2 years beyond 4 years of dental college to become a true cosmetic dentist specialist in Mexico.

The latest dental industry marketing gimmick used by a lot of dentists in the US and Mexico is the Dental Spa. Dental spa? Laser whitening is another. No such thing. A special blue light gun (a hair dryer in disguise?) activates and seals a dentist applied whitening gel. No lasers. But it sounds cool. And when the dentist buys the laser package and light gun, out comes the cosmetic dentist sign and up go the prices.




How about the Dental Vacation? Only this is not a marketing gimmick, unless you fall for one being offered by a clinic in a rough border town.

About Mexcan Dentists.com - Mexico Dentist Guide published by US dentist Dr. Nelson Henry features specialists in prime Mexican resort towns such as Cabo, Puerto Vallarta, Cancun, and Mazatlan. The retired Maine dentist believes dentistry in America should be more affordable for more people and sends patients seeking dental implants, veneers, cosmetic dentistry, orthodontics, tmj disorders, oral surgery etc. to Mexico. 

But only to Board Certified Dentists in Mexico. Pass on all the general dentists as he notes: "..some are career tooth pullers." And none are true specialists without additional formal schooling and certification.

Visit his site today and receive Free Mexico dental cost estimates, resumes, referrals, dental tourism info and appointments with the right dentist for your needs.

Visit: About Mexican Dentists - Mexico Dentist Guide 




Author David Mandich writes about Baja, Mexico, Asia, dental and medical tourism, business, travel and just about anything of interest. He and his former dentist wife general dentist Dr. Rosa Pena began the dental tourism clinic Angels Touch Dental clinic in San Jose del Cabo. (now closed). 


He recommends Board Certified Mexico dentists for the more complicated procedures most dental tourism patients need.




Contact Cabo San Lucas writer David Mandich

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