How to Find Cheap Dental Care on The Internet

As the cost of dental treatments domestically continues to spiral, more and more families are finding compromises and sacrifices have to be made in order to accommodate essential dental work. However, the internet can be an invaluable tool for sourcing good quality dental care at a fraction of the going rates – allowing you and your family to maintain good dental health without having to cut back on the things you enjoy most.



Save Money With Dental Tourism

A quick internet search for cheap dental care will generate pages of listings that are both confusing and intimidating. There are endless dental resources out there attempting to explain the pros and cons of dental tourism. One recurring theme, however, is dentists abroad charge significantly less for their services than their domestic counterparts.

Each year, the number of patients using the internet to research and source good quality, cheap dental care continues to grow. Many foreign governments have invested heavily in their medical infrastructures to upgrade medical facilities, install the latest cutting edge technology and equipment and improve doctor training and qualifications. As a result, dental tourism has become a major industry in many countries and is a significant contributor to the local economy.

For the enlightened consumer, investing a little time doing some internet research can uncover a host of dentists abroad that offer superior dental treatments at a fraction of the costs being charged back home.


Specialist Dental Tourism Companies

Just typing in the procedure and location you want and see what results come up, but the more savvy are looking at specialist dental tourism companies to find excellent quality care at the best prices available.


These range from general listing sites, offering nothing much more than a virtual telephone book of listings to companies to companies providing package-deal services. Again, you will need to do your own research to deduce who are offering the best solution for your circumstances but it is worth


How Much Can I Expect to Save?

On average, savings of around 70% can be made on the cost of dental procedures by booking treatment abroad through the internet. As a general guideline, here are a few comparisons (with percentage savings) on average prices around the world:

Root Canals:

DomesticUSD $1,275; CAD $1,707; AUD $1,662; NZD $1,745; GBP £1,022
Mexico (-80%)USD $247; CAD $331; AUD $322; NZD $338; GBP £198
Costa Rica (-65%)USD $445; CAD $596; AUD $580; NZD $609; GBP £357
Thailand (-81%)USD $230; CAD $308; AUD $300; NZD $315; GBP £185
Philippines (-84%)USD $192; CAD $257; AUD $251; NZD $263; GBP £154

Dentures:

DomesticUSD $1,826; CAD $2,445; AUD $2,381; NZD $2,498; GBP £1,464
Mexico (-63%)USD $669; CAD $896; AUD $872; NZD $915; GBP £537
Costa Rica (-71%)USD $525; CAD $704; AUD $685; NZD $718; GBP £421
Thailand (-62%)USD $680; CAD $911; AUD $887; NZD $930; GBP £545
Philippines (-73%)USD $493; CAD $660; AUD $643; NZD $675; GBP £395

Dental Implants:

DomesticUSD $3,913; CAD $5,238; AUD $5,100; NZD $5,351; GBP £3,138
Mexico (-68%)USD $1,250; CAD $1,673; AUD $1,630; NZD $1,710; GBP £1,005
Costa Rica (-54%)USD $1,780; CAD $2,382; AUD $2,322; NZD $2,435; GBP £1,430
Thailand (-51%)USD $1,900; CAD $2,542; AUD $2,478; NZD $2,599; GBP £1,525
Philippines (-52%)USD $1,854; CAD $2,480; AUD $2,419; NZD $2,536; GBP £1,489

All-on-4:

DomesticUSD$26,000; CAD$34,810; AUD$33,922; NZD$35,561; GBP£20,875
Mexico (-61%)USD$10,000; CAD$13,389; AUD$13,047; NZD$13,678; GBP£8,029
Costa Rica (-59%)USD$10,500; CAD$14,063; AUD$13,702; NZD$14,361; GBP£8,431
Thailand (-57%)USD$11,000; CAD$14,732; AUD$14,356; NZD$15,046; GBP£8,832
Philippines (-69%)USD$8,013; CAD$10,732; AUD$10,457; NZD$10,960; GBP£6,434


As you can see, there are substantial savings to be made by booking your dental treatment online with a reputable clinic. With dental tourism on the rise, there are more and more quality clinics becoming available to international patients looking to take advantage of superior dental workmanship at a fraction of domestic prices.


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