If you have no dental insurance and had to pay the entire fare, would you consider going outside the US for your dental procedures?
So cheap care in Mexico can look like one hell of a good alternative. Costs overall are said to be 40-65 percent less than in America -- 70 percent or even more if we're talking about dental work. When you're facing a five-figure bill in the U.S., that means you can buy a plane ticket to Tijuana, book a hotel there, get healed, and then throw in another week of sightseeing and tequila on top of that, and you'll still end up spending less than if you'd gotten the work done at home.
Apparently, one you are incapable of answering clearly, properly, and in an adult manner.What kind of stupid question is that?
Dont' forget responding to 3-1/2 year old threads.Apparently, one you are incapable of answering clearly, properly, and in an adult manner.
My guess is you struggle with complicated tasks such as: shoelace tying...walking & chewing gum...proper gender identification...
And the list goes on and on...
My extended family on the west coast has been going for decades. I think I explained in a previous thread. Lots of doctors trained in very good american schools (vs the US dentists that were trained in SE Asian schools).Our counterparts in San Diego used to do just that.. they stopped doing it about 15 years ago