Wednesday, March 26, 2014

Cosmetic Dentistry in Mexico – Find the Best Cabo Certified Dentist for Your Money

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Get Superior Cosmetic Dentistry from a Board Certified Cabo Dentist for the price of a less-trained Non-Certified General Dentist in Cabo. 

Cabo dentist Dr. Limon is a Board Certified Mexico dentist in several fields including endodontics, orthodontics, tmj disorders, cosmetic dentistry and dental implants. And he costs the same as a less-trained general dentist in Cabo.

By David Mandich - Mexico travel writer, dentist patient adviser

Don't you want a beautiful smile? Power smiles, winning smiles, seductive smiles and confidence building smiles make many a wish list. Celebrities and politicians are not the only ones that know the value of flashing a great set of pearlies – who would not love a healthy smile that dazzles and blinds. Forget designer handbags, and plastic surgery - great looking teeth are the new must-have fashion item.

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 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.

Monday, March 24, 2014

OBAMA HEALTH CARE - Mexican Dentists are Dancing in the Streets

Obama Care Has Mexican Dentists Dancing in the Streets

Dentists in Mexico are dancing in the streets over Obama’s new health care reform bill, as the majority of the treatments received by Americans in Mexico fall within the areas that will continue to be denied coverage by American dental insurance plans such as multiple root canals, crowns and cosmetic dentistry, dental implants and oral restorations. Mexican dentists will continue to enjoy the steady flow of inadequately insured American patients who head south for affordable dental care as they have for decades.

The Horrors of Dental Avoidance Can be Cured by a Puerto Vallarta, Tijuana or Cabo Dental Vacation Dentist

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Dental Avoidance is Best Cured with a Mexican Dental Vacation to Puerto Vallarta or Dentist in Cabo

About Mexican Dentists .com has a Board Certified Dentist in Puerto Vallarta, Cabo, Cancun, and  Puerto Vallarta. Dr. Terre is a certified oral surgeon and has 5 specialists in her 2 clinics.

From Wooden Choppers To A Mexican Dental Vacation

By David Mandich - 

Over a hundred years ago, most people lost all their permanent teeth by the time they were forty-five if they weren’t already dead from cholera, typhoid, smallpox, influenza, tuberculosis or other killers. The average life span a hundred years ago was only forty-five years. Advances in health care and medicines have increased the average life span to over seventy-five in most industrialized countries.

In the past, a pair of pliers was as common a tool for dentists as as scissors and razors were for barbers. The red and white striped barber pole symbolized blood and sanitation and barbers also pulled teeth. Over a hundred years ago - If you had a really good dentist, you might get a set of wooden teeth made to replace your rotting ones. Anesthesia – was whiskey in the US, tequila in Mexico.

Finally! A Cabo Dentist - Certified for Crowns, Cosmetic Dentistry, Mexico Dental Implants

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Here's a Cabo Dentist who is Board Certified for crowns, veneers, cosmetic dentistry, dental makeovers and dental implants. Start planning your Cabo dental vacation!


Cabo dentist Dr Rafael (center) is a Board Certified Mexico Dentist in several fields Best of all  certfified dentists in Mexico cost the same as less-trained non-certified general dentists in Mexico! 

PLEASE NOTE: As of Jan. 1, 2015, Dr. Ramirez  retired and closed his Cabo clinic. Dr. Ramirez is having  patients referred to the Board Certified Mexico Dentist Association who have 3 Certified dentists in Los Cabos who will provide you with excellent work. 

  By Tomas Silva - Cabo Dental Patient Adviser for About Mexican

Once upon a time it was difficult to find a certified dental specialist in Cabo San Lucas for larger dental procedures like cosmetic dental makeovers or dental implants as most dentists in Los Cabos are only general dentists who make a living drilling, filling and pulling teeth on locals.

STOP DRINKING COKE! The Good & the Bad Drinks for Your Teeth

Colas aren't the only bad boys on the block.

I recently interviewed Dr. Rafael Ramirez the Cosmetic Dentistry Specialist at Alicia Dental Paradise in Cabo San Lucas. A Mexican dentist, former head of maxillofacial surgery for 16 years at a Mexico City hospital and expert implantologist, he had a lot to say about how different beverages can affect our teeth.

According to Dr. Ramirez: "Recent Studies have shown that dark colas are bad for your teeth. Other studies show that light colored sodas are bad and another study recently proved root beer to be the safest soda of all." Confused yet?

The doctor told me to lay off Coca-Cola – “Poison” were his exact words - and being especially bad for the kidneys. That´s 3 strikes for Coke – strike one for the teeth, strike two for the waistline, and strike three for the kidneys. I haven't had a coke in 8 hours now...

Cabo San Lucas Blown Glass Factories

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Cabo San Lucas Blown Glass Factories

by David Mandich for the Cabo Free Press

Glass has been made in Cabo San Lucas for almost 25 years. Glass making has been in Mexico since the conquest, with the process known to mankind for over 4,000 years. 2,500 years ago in Mesopotamia, blowing glass bubbles with a tube was invented. The Romans, Venetians, and Muslim peoples all practiced the craft with the Spanish bringing it to the New World in 1535. Among the first Jamestown colonialists were six glass blowers thus establishing the tradition in North America culminating with Tiffany glass as the American benchmark over 100 years ago.

The Spanish created new industries in Mexico that would employ the indigenous people and supply the Spanish empire with saleable merchandise. For example - Chinese blue and white ceramics were ordered copied and the Talavera ceramic industry was created in Puebla. Weaving looms were imported from Spain and commercial textile manufacturing was born using locally grown cotton and native vegetable dyes. Spanish glass artisans introduced glass making to Mexico.

Cabo has two glass factories - Vitrofusion y Arte in centro Cabo (aka The Glass Factory) (624) 143-0120 - and the other located mid-corridor in the Tule area founded by Architect Alfredo Enriques shortly afterwards. Artisans at both factories turn out bodegas full of margarita glasses, pitchers, plates, bowls, tequila shot glasses, wine glasses, Christmas ornaments, and other art and utilitarian pieces daily.

Custom work can be made to order at the glass factories - from colored glass skylights to beautiful dinner sets. When a patient of a dental clinic in  Cabo accidentally broke a white glass porcelain cuspidor on a dental chair, a new one was quickly made at the Glass Factory. Not surprisingly - the new one looked like a margarita glass!

It was made of clear glass with tiny bubbles and had a blue rim. "Patients sometimes do a double-take when they first see it. I just ask them if they want the rim salted or not," laughed the Dentista.

Traditional margarita glasses and pitchers are the factories mainstays given the high demand by cantinas, bars, clubs, restaurants, hotels and individuals. Gift sets are packaged and carried off around the world by tourists. Margarita glassware may be next in Mexico's GNP to Tequila.

People bring in empty glass bottles and exchange them for glassware at the Glass Factory. The artisans recycle the glass into new glass objects - an ecological alternative to creating new glass by heating sand, soda, and lime. Cabo's glass factories have viewing areas where one can safely watch glass work being created by the artisans in front of the roaring hot furnaces. The glass workshops are open for viewing from 8-2 pm with the sales showrooms open until 5 pm.

Cabo Author David Mandich writes for Dr. Nelson's Mexico Dentist Guide where you can find affordable dentistry in Mexico by Board Certified Dentists. 

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Thursday, March 20, 2014

Marlin Fishing in Cabo San Lucas or Puerto Vallarta

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 Cabo San Lucas fishing boats heading out at daybreak. Photo by David Mandich


Cabo Marlin Fishing 

By David Mandich - for the Cabo Free Press

In the old days - Mexican fishermen used pangas (dugouts) made of wood often carved from a tree trunk much the same as indigenous peoples around the world. You may still see an original one in a museum or lying forlorn in front of a hotel or restaurant entrance. Launched from shore and propelled by paddles or wind - fishing from pangas changed little for 1,000's of years until the arrival of the outboard motor and later in the 1950's - 22' long nearly indestructible fiberglass hulls.

Today you can get a sense of what it was like in the olden days by hiring a panga on Palmilla beach in San Jose Del Cabo at the sports fishing co-operative next to the now defunct Pepe's restaurant. This intrepid group of San Jose fishermen has been serving sports fishermen since the early 1950's. They have 16 pangas they launch off the beach through the surf the old fashioned way and another 10 cruisers up to 28' in length moored in the bay off the One and Only Palmilla hotel.

Sunday, March 2, 2014

Avoid Root Canals, Get Teeth That Replace Themselves - WSJ

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Avoid Root Canals Get Teeth That Replace Themselves

Here's a report that gives hope to everyone who dreads a date with the dentist for a root canal or dental makeover. 

Things are changing so fast in the biomedical field that it's hard for even professionals in the medical community to stay abreast of all the new developments. 

Especially amazing is the latest news on 3-D printing - do a Google search on it and prepare to be amazed. They are printing all kinds of 3-D things with machines - full-scale useable houses, tools, guns, human body parts and more! Futurists are having a field day. There are robots now that can make more more robots with 3-D printers which can  make more robots which can make more robots etc. etc. until someday robots will take over the planet.