If you want to save money on dental work, you’ve probably considered traveling abroad. It’s not a bad idea, but there are several things you’ll want to consider before making the trip. Let’s go over six of the most common questions and concerns. 

Question 1: Is It Hard to Find a Good Dentist Abroad?

There are several ways that you can find a good dentist. You can search on the internet and look for reviews of dentists in another country. Or, if you know someone who has had dental work done overseas, ask them about their experience with the dentist. Another option is to ask your dentist, who may even know of dentists in countries they trust and would be happy to recommend.

Question 2: What Other Costs Are Involved with Visiting the Dentist in Another Country?

You’ll need to budget for additional costs, like travel, food, and accommodations. You should also factor in the price of flight insurance (if traveling by plane) and translators or dental assistants if needed.

If you’re getting major dental work done in a foreign country, whether a crown or an implant, be sure to ask how much time will be dedicated to seeing the dentist beforehand. If this is your first visit abroad for dental work, you may need medical tests before proceeding with any procedures. Some specialized care might require multiple visits over several months—so you must have enough vacation time!

Question 3: Will I Get Follow-Up Care?

Yes, you can expect follow-up care, but your dentist will provide it in your home country.

Follow-up care is crucial because it helps the dentist monitor your progress and ensure that the dental work has been done correctly. It’s also a good idea to have a plan in place for follow-up care before you travel abroad for dental treatment.

Question 4: Who is Performing the Procedure?

All of our dentists who perform the procedures are qualified and experienced. “The entire Dental office staff is like family from the time you first walk in the door. The office is first class, and the doctors are perfectionists!” 

Your dentist must have a good reputation and references. Their English-speaking skills are also necessary to ensure that you can communicate clearly with them throughout your treatment.

Question 5: How Much Money Can I Expect to Save if I Get Dental Work Abroad?

If you’re looking for the best value in dental care, look no further than a dental work abroad program. You can save up to 60% on your dental work by getting it done abroad, which can increase depending on other factors, such as the type of procedure and country. 

If you have health insurance through the government or a private company in the US, chances are good that they will cover some of your costs if you travel abroad to get treatment. If this is true for you, then it’s worth looking into. 

Question 6: What’s Involved in the Procedure?

There are two types of dental implant procedures. The classic two-stage protocol happens over 4-9 months with multiple visits, and the one-stage immediate loading protocol allows your procedure to occur during your first and only visit. 

There are a few different factors that come into play when being able to decide which procedure is best for you. Patients needing a bone graft along with the implant or patients with osteoporosis, bruxism, and intraoral infections will not be candidates for the one-stage immediate loading protocol. These health complications decrease the chance of a successful implant which is why a longer procedure is best. 

It’s Time to Get Dental Work Abroad! 

There are many ways to save money on your dental work by traveling. You can get great dental care at a fraction of the cost. This is because you’ll be paying in the local currency rather than United States dollars, which should translate into savings of up to 60% or more (assuming all other factors are equal).
Receiving dental work abroad is an easy way to save money without compromising quality or convenience. If you’re looking for more information on how we can help, please contact us today!

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