Mexico Dental Vacation



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Spectacularly positioned on a cliff overlooking the Caribbean, Tulum is a late-Maya site that was at its height from around AD 1200 until the arrival of the Spanish. The name, which means "enclosure" or "wall" is likely modern. It is thought the site was originally called Zama or "dawn" reflecting its location on the east coast, and the west-east alignment of its buildings. A great place to vist during your Dental Vacation.


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Before 1970, Cancun was little more than a sandy island and fishing village of barely 100 inhabitants. The government decided to turn it into a new resort, and in the late 1970s, bulding began. Since then the population has soared to hundreds of thousands, and over two million non-Mexicans flock to Cancun every year to enjoy the white-sand beaches and perfect weather. Dental Tourists enjoy this time and it makes a ideal dental holiday as well!

Playa del Carmen

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Playa del Carmen is the second biggest resort on the coast after Cancun. The town has a relaxed atmosphere and Quintana Avenida, the main street is lined with small shops and traditional restaurants. You can get to Cozumel from here as well via a ferry. There are several dental offices here as well and of course you can find budget dental prices here that help justify the cost of travel and vaction to Playa del Carmen!

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Dental tourism involves a patient travelling overseas to receive dental treatment. This is often combined with a vacation but not always. Some people combine dental tourism and medical tourism, which involves health care procedures. Dental can involve major work, but is usually focused on cosmetic procedures or a general check-up. Things like teeth whitening or a scrape and polish are popular options. These minor treatments won’t impact on the rest of your vacation, either. The savings from this work can be used to offset some of the cost of the vacation. The main reason is the savings on offer. In some of the countries on this list savings can be as high as 90% on what you would pay in the United States. In some cases it can be cheaper to fly, stay in a hotel, and pay for treatment overseas, than to book the same procedure at home. But, dental tourism isn’t only affordable. The quality is at least as good as, and sometimes better than you can find in the States. Let’s be honest, nobody wants to take chances with a substandard dentist. The potential for pain is too great. Dentist and equipment in these big destinations are both top quality. In Central and South America, and the Caribbean, the dentists will often hold a U.S. license as well as their own license.
Visitor Testimonials

Dont Ask us, ask others about the trip!


There are many many success stories on the internet here are some samples from various dental tourists:

“We had a succesful trip for our dental work and the quote was 60percent lower than US/Canada” 

“The patient coordinators helped us out from start to finish and excellent bilingual help”

“I bought a car with the money I saved on overseas dental care”


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About Mexico

Mexico is a huge country, and although internal travel is not always as fast as visitors might hope, the transport system is increasingly easy to use.  There are airports within reach of all major cities.  Flights from the USA and Canada arrive at the international airports.   Mexico is also a populous country.  Of a total population of almost 130 million one-fifth is in the Valley of Mexico.  The country is dominated by Mexico City.  The primary language is Spanish however the international dental offices of course have bilingual support as they are supporting the dental tourists.   Many Mayan ruins from past civilizations are able to be explored after your trip to the dentist.

New Surroundings

Great Scenery

Bring your Camera and Plenty of Batteries also!

Mexico remains on of the three richest nations of earth in terms of the variety of its flora and fauna.  With more thatn 30,000 plant species, almost 450 different mammals and over 1,000 types of birds, many unique to Mexico, it is a naturalist’s paradise and the wildlife can be viewed in its original setting.  There are snow-capped volcanoes, mangroves, deserts, tropical forests, not to mention the world’s second-longest barrier reef.   Along the coastling promontories and islets are common and you can see dolphins and whales during scheduled tours. 

Cenotes are natural swimming holes formed by the collapse of porous limestone bedrock, which reveals a secret subterranean world of groundwater pools. The Mayans revered cenotes because they were a source of water in dry times; indeed, the name cenote means ‘sacred well’.


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History and Culture

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In the words of Mexican poet Octavio Paz, "Fiestas are our only luxury." You will often hear and see fireworks, bands, and dancing population. Some traditional fiestas derive from indigenous celebrations while others are inherited by Spanish conquistadors and others blend the two influences. Independence day, the Day of the Deat, and the day honoring the Virgin of Guadalupe are big holidays. Be prepared to participate in colorful parades and or great food tasting and wine in specific areas and be sure to bring your camera and prepare for some good memories!

New sights and smells

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New sights and smells are always a new experience when reaching your destination. The colonial houses in Mexico are fully functional, with a interior courtyard for privacy and wrought iron grilles to protect the windows. Many Indian populations use local materials to build houses in styles particulary to their region. Houses may be square, rectangular, or round often built with the local climate considerations as well. You can view deserts and scrublands, wetlants, canyons and mountains and tropical forests. Big horn sheep, toucans, armadilios, jaguar are also present in the country.