Sunday, May 4, 2014

Get Your Dental Implants, Cosmetic Dentistry, Root Canals and Crowns in a Mexican Dental Vacation Resort Town

A Mexico Dental Vacation Will Ease The Pain and Expense of Seeing a Dentist



                                                       Los Cabos is a great Mexican dental vacation destination


By About Mexican Dentists.com Staff

US and Canadian dental patients are often in shock when they discover their dental insurance plan will not cover their dental makeover and with the estimate being as much as a nice condo in Cabo or Vegas.

Read on and learn how you can get your dental work done for far less by taking a dental vacation that for major treatment patients. If you are a member of AARP, Baby Boomer or a 50+ senior- this is what you've been dreaming of.

Youth is traditionally equated with strength, beauty, good health and perfect teeth. When we become teenagers - our diet of junk food and poor oral hygiene causes cavities and often periodontal (gum) disease. Often by age 30, teeth can look as though the owners have been chewing on the bottoms of metal garbage cans. Cigarettes, drugs and alcohol abuse worsen the situation. Many people learn about the importance of taking care of their teeth too late and become candidates for cosmetic dentistry work or a full-mouth oral restoration.


Cavities occur when the enamel outer layer has been attacked by bacteria, which eventually invade the tooth interior itself. There it goes to work destroying the tooth, and the disease continues to grow into the gums as well as into the roots affecting the nerves in the roots. Now, one has trouble with eating, with the teeth sensitive to hot and cold liquids.

Root canals are usually the solution. The doctor removes the nerves of the tooth, fills it and has a crown made in a laboratory to cap it with. The crown holds the tooth together keeping it from fracturing when you chew.

A serious more cavity can result in a trip to the oral surgeon. Surgery sometimes involves several people assisting the dentist, total anesthesia, and even repair to your jawbone if the disease is really serious. And it’s expensive. But the surgery is preferable to a life with an untreated major dental problem that will only get worse.

Routine dental cleanings and checkups do more than just clean and polish your teeth, the dentist is often able to identify and treat the cavities before they become big problems thus helping you avoid root canals and oral surgery.

Then there’s periodontal gum disease. Anyone from children as young as 5, to adults can get it. Here the plaque and acids in your mouth attack the gums and bone that surround and support the teeth. Gingivitis is the first stage wherein the gums become red and swollen and bleed easily when you brush.

When the infected gums recede, the teeth don’t want to stick around for much longer. Periodontists starts in as the teeth become loose, causing deterioration to the bone, the ligaments that attach the teeth to the jaw and finally, your teeth fall out onto the floor where the cat plays with them.

Here are some of the symptoms of gum disease to remember:
1. Bleeding gums when brushing
2. Chronic bad breath
3. Red, swollen or tender gums
4. Pus between your gums when you press on them
5. Loose or separated permanent teeth.
6. Gums that shrink away from your teeth

Cavity fillings, root canals, crowns, veneers and full-mouth cosmetic restorations can do major damage to your budget. Full-mouth dental makeovers can cost as much as a luxury car in the USA.

Mexico's beach resort towns of Puerto Vallarta, Cancun and Cabo San Lucas are major dental vacation destinations for patients wanting to save money, where treatments using the same materials ordered from the same catalogs American dentists order from cost a fraction of the what is charged in the US. 

Get Mexico dentist prices and referrals from US Doctor Nelson Henry's Mexico Dentist Guide.

Patients routinely save from several thousand dollars on dental bridges and crowns to over $50,000 on oral restorations by taking a short flight to Cabo, Cancun,  Puerto Vallarta or Tijuana / San Diego where they can be treated by English speaking Board Certified dentists.

Visit: Mexico Dentist Guide for Free Online Consultations and Tel. Consultations by Dr. Nelson Henry DMD for selecting the best certified dentists in Cabo, Puerto Vallarta, Cancun, Los Algodones, Tijuana and others.


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